Which Streak That Ended in 2010 Is Least Likely To Be Repeated?

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Which Streak That Ended in 2010 Is Least Likely To Be Repeated?
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Streaks in sports are part of the game like scoring points are part of the game. Some streaks are impressive, and other streaks are embarrassing.

No one really knows when a streak starts. It just sort of happens. Then, everyone realizes they have not lost a game in a long time or have not won a game in a long time.

2010 saw some streaks end, both good and bad. There were some streaks that almost ended. The University of Michigan hockey team had the longest consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances with 20. They needed a win over the No. 2 team in the country, Miami (OH), and Northern Michigan in the CCHA Tournament to become CCHA Champions and make the NCAA Tournament.

Here is a look at some of the streaks that ended in 2010. Which streak is least likely to be repeated? 

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