Way back, near the end of 1927, Alec
Connell of the Ottawa Senators began a shoutout streak that would continue into
1928, spanning 6 games and totalling 461 minutes, 29 seconds.
is the longest NHL shout streak ever recorded but what made Alec's job a bit
easier, the forward pass was not allowed and scoring chances were few and far
The longest modern day shutout streak belongs to Brian
Boucher. When he played for the Phoenix Coyotes in 2003 he recorded a shutout
streak that started on December 27, 2003, lasting 332 minutes and 1 second,
spanning 5 games and ending in 2004.
Here for you are the 5 longest shutout streaks ever
||1927 - 08
||2003 - 04
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