What was the Jets best record?

What was the Jets best record?

The New York Jets had their best record in a season in 1968, with a record of 11-3.

What is the longest winning streak in NHL history?

17 games
The Pittsburgh Penguins hold the record for the longest winning streak in NHL history at 17 games, which was set in the 1992–93 season; that team won the Presidents’ Trophy for having the league’s best record of 56–21–7. In the previous season, that team won a NHL-record total of 14 straight games in the playoffs.

When was the last time the Jets had a winning record?

The Jets have posted just one winning season since 2011, and that came in 2015 when head coach Todd Bowles guided the club to a 10-6 record.

What is the New York Jets all time record?

The New York Jets have won one National Football League championship in Super Bowl III. In their 60 seasons history, they have an overall regular season record of 408 wins, 500 losses, and 8 ties. They have made 14 postseason appearances, and have an overall postseason record of 12 wins and 13 losses.

Did the Jets ever won a Superbowl?

196916-7 – Baltimore Colts
New York Jets/NFL championships

What is the record for most consecutive wins by a goalie in the NHL?

Records Holder Value
Longest undefeated streak by a goaltender in their rookie season G. Fuhr 23 games
Longest winning streak by a goaltender in a season G. Gilbert 17 games
Most 30-or-more win seasons by a goaltender P. Roy 16 seasons
Most 40-or-more win seasons by a goaltender M. Brodeur 7 seasons

How many Super Bowl wins do the Jets have?

How many wins do the New York Jets have?

Who owns the New York Jets?

Woody Johnson

Person Teams Titles
Harry Wismer Titans Founder/Principal Owner
Leon Hess Jets Minority Owner, Principal Owner, Sole Owner
Sonny Werblin Jets Majority Owner
Woody Johnson Jets Chairman/CEO

What is the longest goalie win streak?

When it comes to goaltending records, most fans know the basics. It’s Martin Brodeur for regular-season wins and shutouts. Patrick Roy for playoff wins. And, of course, Glenn Hall’s 502 consecutive games, which stands as probably the most unbreakable record in all of pro sports.