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    Re: Worst seasons of all time?

    So, adjusting BU's 72-73 season and Maine's 93-94 season (are there any other seasons that need to have their record's adjusted?)...

    The 2009-2010 BU Terriers have the worst winning percentage for a team the season after winning a national championship. The 1989-1990 Harvard Crimson had the worst hangover, they went from 31-3-0 to 13-14-1, a winning % difference of .430.

    Top 5 of both criteria:

    Code:
    By Winning Percentage
    Rank	Yr Won	Team			W	L	T	Win%
    1	2009	Boston University	7	10	3	0.425
    2	1976	Minnesota		17	22	3	0.440
    3	1954	Rensselaer		9	11	2	0.455
    4	1989	Harvard			13	14	1	0.482
    T-5	1984	Bowling Green		21	21	0	0.500
    T-5	2001	Boston College		18	18	2	0.500
    
    By Degree of Hangover
    Rank	Yr Won	Team			Win % 1	Win % 2	Diff
    1	1989	Harvard			0.912	0.482	0.430
    2	1993	Maine			0.956	0.528	0.428
    3	2009	Boston University	0.822	0.425	0.397
    4	1961	Denver			0.953	0.600	0.353
    5	1954	Rensselaer		0.783	0.455	0.328
    Disclaimer: This uses BU's current record (7-10-3), which will surely change by the end of the season. The records given include post-season play, not just regular season. The records given are those reported by USCHO except for the two "adjusted" records. Any records that are reported incorrectly are probably incorrect on the USCHO site.
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