The National Hockey League is a league of high intensity and excitement. Every game has the potential to be a thriller, with teams going back and forth until the very end. However, this also leads to streaks. Teams can go on lengthy winning or losing streaks, which often have a direct impact on the standings. In the NHL, coaches are often the ones who are blamed when a team is going through a losing streak. In this article, we will take a look at some of the coaches who have been part of the longest losing streaks in NHL history.

The first coach on our list is Bryan Murray, who was part of a six-game losing streak with the Washington Capitals during the 1987-88 season. The Capitals would finish the season with a record of 17-57-6, which was good for last place in the league. Murray would later go on to coach the Ottawa Senators, where he led them to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2007.

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The National Hockey League (NHL) is a professional ice hockey league in North America, comprising 31 teams: 24 in the United States and 7 in Canada. The NHL is divided into two conferences, the Eastern Conference and the Western Conference, each of which has two divisions. The Eastern Conference has Atlantic and Metropolitan divisions. The Western Conference has Pacific and Central divisions.

The Stanley Cup is the championship trophy of the NHL. It is awarded annually to the playoff champion at the end of the Stanley Cup playoffs. The cup is named after Lord Stanley of Preston, who was Governor General of Canada from 1888 to 1893. He donated the trophy in 1892. The first NHL game was played on December 19, 1917. The first Stanley Cup was awarded in 1919.

Coaches are an important part of any team, especially when they’re on a losing streak

In the NHL, there have been a few coaches who have been a part of some pretty long losing streaks. In this article, we will take a look at some of those coaches. The first coach on our list is Bryan Murray, who was part of a six-game losing streak with the Washington Capitals during the 1987-88 season. The Capitals would finish the season with a record of 17-57-6, which was good for last place in the league. Murray would later go on to coach the Ottawa Senators, where he led them to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2007.

The next coach on our list is Marc Crawford, who was part of a six-game losing streak with the Los Angeles Kings during the 1995-96 season. The Kings would finish the season with a record of 31-43-8, which was good for sixth place in the Pacific Division. Crawford would later go on to coach the Vancouver Canucks, where he led them to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2011.

Some coaches have been able to turn their teams’ fortunes around, while others have not been so successful

For example, the New York Islanders fired head coach Jack Capuano on January 17, 2017, after the team had lost 10 of their last 11 games. Under new head coach Doug Weight, the Islanders were able to finish the season with a 24-12-4 record, which was good enough for second place in the Metropolitan Division.

In contrast, the Edmonton Oilers fired head coach Todd McLellan on November 20, 2018, after the team had lost 10 of their last 11 games. Under new head coach Ken Hitchcock, the Oilers were only able to finish the season with a 19-22-3 record, which was good enough for seventh place in the Pacific Division.

No one knows what the future holds for these coaches and their respective teams

Only time will tell if these coaches will be able to turn their teams’ fortunes around, or if they will continue to lose games. One thing is for sure, though – the pressure is on for them to start winning some games soon.