Rimouski undefeated in 19, gonna challenge London's new record?

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  1. trahans99

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    The title says it all, what do you think?
     
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    That would be amazing if they broke the record in the same season....but they won't.
     
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    That's still an incredible run.
     
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    at any level of sports, that is pretty incredible
     
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    That would be very cool to break London's record for consecutive games won ... but I don't think they have enough regular season / post season games to win(not going to sweep EVERY series) ... so no, I don't think they will break it
     
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    Why is this on the prospects board?
     
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    I think it's much easier to break this record early in the season then late in the season.

    Teams will be fighting for playoff spots, not just to stop a record attempt. So, I don't think they can do this.
     
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    How many games do they have left? I believe they've played 61 or 61 games. I can't remember how many games they play in the Q? 68? 72?
     
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    9 games left by my count.London is safe.London continues to play great.It will
    be very difficult to beat them.Will Owen Sound be the other OHL team at
    the memorial cup?They also have a good record.
     
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    Owen Sound would have knock of London in the playoffs.....wouldn't they ??

    It sucks that if they lose to London they don't get to represent the OHL in the mem cup, which they deserve to.
     
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    I thought there is to be 2 teams from OHL regardless.Is that not right?
     
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    If London wins, the runner up will still represent the OHL.
     
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    London and OS are in the same conference, so they'll probably end up playing eachother in the semi-finals, which means OS will have to beat london there to make it to the MC.
     
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    isn't it too late to match London's record though, I mean they'll still hold the season record. Rimouski has something like 10 games left to play.
     
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    thats my question, i don't know how many games they play in the Q. I believe Rimouski has played 61 games maybe 62.
     
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    I think undefeated is out of reach. How about wins?
     
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    Last time I checked 19+9=28.

    Assuming the above statements are correct; where they have a 19 game streak going with 9 games remaining.
     
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    they haven't won 19 straight its 19 (18-0-1) undefeated. i'm not sure when they tied but they more than likely won't be able to beat the win streak record then.
     
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    They have won 16 games in a row, undefeated in 19, hence not having enough reg. season games to break win record or undefeated for that matter.
     
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    They can however break the QMJHL undefeated record.
     
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    who holds that record?
     
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    Sorel went undefeated in 27 games in '74 i believe. i think that's the QMJHL record
     
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    I dont think they will break the record but they are on a nice streak. They are not as dominant as the Knights were.
     
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    Lets just hope Rimouski does not use up all of their wins in the regular season as the Yankees have done in the past few years.
     
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