This series of articles will celebrate (or laugh at) some of the worst professional sports teams of all time. I will focus on teams within my lifetime so expect the worst from the 1970s to present day.
You know you have a bad hockey team when players from the Cleveland Barons are needed to improve your club. That’s exactly what happened to the Minnesota North Stars, following the 1977-78 NHL season. Yes, the North Stars were so putrid, they needed support from a team that was folding, yet still finished 12 points ahead of them in the standings. The North Stars were that bad.
The Green and Gold finished the 77-78 season with a laughable 18-53-9 record, good for a measly 45 points. The North Stars and Barons tied for giving up the most goals, conceding 325 goals, or an average of just over 4 goals a game. The North…
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