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What team holds the record for the biggest imprvoement from one season to another in NHL history?

I want to say the Jets.

I'm sure it was them--they had a jump of 30 points or so.

I forget the seasons.

But since you only asked for the team--the Winnipeg Jets.

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the San Jose Sharks went from a 11-71-2 record (24 pts) in the 92-93 season to a 33-35-16 record (82 pts) in 93-94.

the 58 point turnaround stands as the largest margin of improvent by one team from one season to the next season.

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the San Jose Sharks went from a 11-71-2 record (24 pts) in the 92-93 season to a 33-35-16 record (82 pts) in 93-94.

the 58 point turnaround stands as the largest margin of improvent by one team from one season to the next season.

Wow, 11 wins in a season. That's rough.

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the San Jose Sharks went from a 11-71-2 record (24 pts) in the 92-93 season to a 33-35-16 record (82 pts) in 93-94.

the 58 point turnaround stands as the largest margin of improvent by one team from one season to the next season.

Wow, 11 wins in a season. That's rough.

Yeah, but I think the Senators only won 10 that year.

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the San Jose Sharks went from a 11-71-2 record (24 pts) in the 92-93 season to a 33-35-16 record (82 pts) in 93-94.

the 58 point turnaround stands as the largest margin of improvent by one team from one season to the next season.

Wow, 11 wins in a season. That's rough.

Yeah, but I think the Senators only won 10 that year.

Was this during the great era of Damian Rhodes? Or did he show up later.

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the San Jose Sharks went from a 11-71-2 record (24 pts) in the 92-93 season to a 33-35-16 record (82 pts) in 93-94.

the 58 point turnaround stands as the largest margin of improvent by one team from one season to the next season.

Correct

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