The Avalanche made history Monday, beating the Detroit Red Wings to earn its ninth straight road win — a franchise record. It’s the second time a team has accomplished the feat this season — the Rangers’ streak ended last Thursday — and just the 15th time it has happened in NHL history. If Colorado wins its next three road games, it will tie the NHL record of 12, shared by the 2005-06 Red Wings and 2014-15 Minnesota Wild. But there are two things that the 13 teams prior to this season share: They all went to the playoffs, but none won the Stanley Cup that year.That’s right, none of those 13 teams were able to take it all. Four lost in the first round, four in the second, three in the conference final and two in the Stanley Cup Final — both of which the series went to a decisive seventh game. Here’s a look at how they fared: 2005-06 Red Wings (12) — lost first round to Oilers, 4-2 2014-15 Wild (12) — lost second round to Blackhawks, 4-0 1983-84 Sabres (10) — lost first round to Nordiques, 3-0 1999-00 Blues (10) — lost first round to Sharks, 4-3… Read full this story
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