Some articles on game winning streak, streak, game, winning, games, winning streaks:
... The team, currently coached by Bob Ladouceur holds the national record 151 game winning streak spanning from 1992 to 2004, more than doubling the previous record of 72 ... The streak ended when they were defeated by Bellevue High School in Bellevue, Washington on September 4, 2004 ... In 2010 De La Salle defeated Servite ranked #7 in the nation 48-8 to win the state title game for a second straight year ...
... Older winning numbers (more than 18 months old) can be checked in the London Gazette Premium Bonds Unclaimed Prizes Supplement ...
... The Braves snapped a nine-game winning streak, and a broken hand later caused Mathews to miss seven games ... others on the Sooner sideline, with the headline "Why Oklahoma is Unbeatable." The next game of that season Oklahoma lost to Notre Dame, ending their NCAA Division I record 47-game ... They lost their next game, the Cotton Bowl, to Notre Dame ...
... This is a list of the all-time best regular season winning percentages in the NBA ... Win% Winning percentage W Games won L Games lost H Home record R Road record N Neutral record Diff Average point differential Win% W L H R N Diff Team Season Results W L H R Notes Coach Regular season Postseason.878. 15. 36–5 31–10 0–0 10.4 Chicago Bulls 1991–92 Won NBA Championship 7. 9-3 6-4 Winning streaks of 14 and 13 games Jackson, PhilPhil Jackson.817 15. 36 ...
... and coach Dave Dir, would become one of MLS's better teams as they used a midseason 5-game winning streak to earn their first playoff berth with a record ... the playoffs, the Burn would be defeated by the Kansas City Wiz in three games ... Late in the season they used a 4-game winning streak to make the playoffs ...
Famous quotes containing the words streak, game and/or winning:
“No gray hairs streak my soul,
no grandfatherly fondness there!
I shake the world with the might of my voice,
—Vladimir Mayakovsky (18931930)
“The chess-board is the world; the pieces are the phenomena of the universe; the rules of the game are what we call the laws of Nature. The player on the other side is hidden from us. We know that his play is always fair, just, and patient. But also we know, to our cost, that he never overlooks a mistake, or makes the smallest allowance for ignorance.”
—Thomas Henry Huxley (18251895)
“Our security depends on the Allied Powers winning against aggressors. The Axis Powers intend to destroy democracy, it is anathema to them. We cannot provide that aid if the public are against it; therefore, it is our responsibility to persuade the public that aid to the victims of aggression is aid to American security. I expect the members of my administration to take every opportunity to speak to this issue wherever they are invited to address public forums in the weeks ahead.”
—Franklin D. Roosevelt (18821945)