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|Team=Minnesota North Stars
 
|Team=Minnesota North Stars
 
|Record=23–39–18
 
|Record=23–39–18
|Division=Smythe
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|Division=[[Smythe Division|Smythe]]
 
|DivisionRank=2nd
 
|DivisionRank=2nd
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|GeneralManager=[[Jack Gordon]]
 
|Coach=[[Ted Harris]]
 
|Coach=[[Ted Harris]]
 
|Captain=[[Bill Hogaboam]]
 
|Captain=[[Bill Hogaboam]]
 
|GoalsFor=240
 
|GoalsFor=240
 
|GoalsAgainst=310
 
|GoalsAgainst=310
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|Arena=[[Met Center]]
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|Attendance=
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|GoalsLeader=[[Ernie Hicke]] (30)
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|AssistsLeader=[[Tim Young]] (66)
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|PointsLeader=Tim Young (95)
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|PIMLeader=[[Dennis O'Brien]] (114)
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|WinsLeader=[[Pete LoPresti]] (13)
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|GAALeader=Pete LoPresti (3.61)
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|Prevseason=[[1975–76 Minnesota North Stars season|1975–76]]
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|Nextseason=[[1977–78 Minnesota North Stars season|1977–78]]
 
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The '''[[1976–77 NHL season|1976–77]] [[Minnesota North Stars]] season''' was the team's [[Season (sports)|10th season]] in the [[National Hockey League]] (NHL). The North Stars finished 2nd in the [[Smythe Division]] and lost in the Preliminary round to the [[1976–77 Buffalo Sabres season|Buffalo Sabres]] 2 games to 0.
   
 
==Regular Season==
 
==Regular Season==
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===Game Log===
 
===Game Log===
 
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{| border="1" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0" class="wikitable" width="95%"
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|-
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! colspan="6" style="background:#067e49; color:#FFD100" | Regular Season Results
 
|-
 
|-
 
! width="2%" | No.
 
! width="2%" | No.
 
! width="3%" | R
 
! width="3%" | R
! width="10%" | Date
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! width="12%" | Date
 
! width="5%" | Score
 
! width="5%" | Score
! width="20%" | Opponent
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! width="23%" | Opponent
! width="10%" | Record
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! width="7%" | Record
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#FFBBBB"
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#FFBBBB"
 
|1||L||October 6, 1976||5–6 || align="left"| @ [[New York Rangers]] <small>([[1976–77 New York Rangers season|1976–77]])</small> ||0–1–0
 
|1||L||October 6, 1976||5–6 || align="left"| @ [[New York Rangers]] <small>([[1976–77 New York Rangers season|1976–77]])</small> ||0–1–0
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|21||L||November 20, 1976||3–8 || align="left"| @ [[Toronto Maple Leafs]] <small>([[1976–77 Toronto Maple Leafs season|1976–77]])</small> ||5–13–3
 
|21||L||November 20, 1976||3–8 || align="left"| @ [[Toronto Maple Leafs]] <small>([[1976–77 Toronto Maple Leafs season|1976–77]])</small> ||5–13–3
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#FFBBBB"
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#FFBBBB"
|22||L||November 24, 1976||2–4 || align="left"| [[St. Louis Blues (ice hockey)|St. Louis Blues]] <small>([[1976–77 St. Louis Blues season|1976–77]])</small> ||5–14–3
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|22||L||November 24, 1976||2–4 || align="left"| [[St. Louis Blues]] <small>([[1976–77 St. Louis Blues season|1976–77]])</small> ||5–14–3
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#CCFFCC"
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#CCFFCC"
 
|23||W||November 27, 1976||6–1 || align="left"| [[Washington Capitals]] <small>([[1976–77 Washington Capitals season|1976–77]])</small> ||6–14–3
 
|23||W||November 27, 1976||6–1 || align="left"| [[Washington Capitals]] <small>([[1976–77 Washington Capitals season|1976–77]])</small> ||6–14–3
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|29||T||December 10, 1976||3–3 || align="left"| @ [[Atlanta Flames]] <small>([[1976–77 Atlanta Flames season|1976–77]])</small> ||6–18–5
 
|29||T||December 10, 1976||3–3 || align="left"| @ [[Atlanta Flames]] <small>([[1976–77 Atlanta Flames season|1976–77]])</small> ||6–18–5
 
|- align="center"
 
|- align="center"
|30||T||December 11, 1976||1–1 || align="left"| @ [[St. Louis Blues (ice hockey)|St. Louis Blues]] <small>([[1976–77 St. Louis Blues season|1976–77]])</small> ||6–18–6
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|30||T||December 11, 1976||1–1 || align="left"| @ [[St. Louis Blues]] <small>([[1976–77 St. Louis Blues season|1976–77]])</small> ||6–18–6
 
|- align="center"
 
|- align="center"
 
|31||T||December 14, 1976||3–3 || align="left"| [[Philadelphia Flyers]] <small>([[1976–77 Philadelphia Flyers season|1976–77]])</small> ||6–18–7
 
|31||T||December 14, 1976||3–3 || align="left"| [[Philadelphia Flyers]] <small>([[1976–77 Philadelphia Flyers season|1976–77]])</small> ||6–18–7
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|36||T||December 30, 1976||5–5 || align="left"| @ [[Montreal Canadiens]] <small>([[1976–77 Montreal Canadiens season|1976–77]])</small> ||7–20–9
 
|36||T||December 30, 1976||5–5 || align="left"| @ [[Montreal Canadiens]] <small>([[1976–77 Montreal Canadiens season|1976–77]])</small> ||7–20–9
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#FFBBBB"
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#FFBBBB"
|37||L||January 1, 1977||1–3 || align="left"| @ [[St. Louis Blues (ice hockey)|St. Louis Blues]] <small>([[1976–77 St. Louis Blues season|1976–77]])</small> ||7–21–9
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|37||L||January 1, 1977||1–3 || align="left"| @ [[St. Louis Blues]] <small>([[1976–77 St. Louis Blues season|1976–77]])</small> ||7–21–9
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#CCFFCC"
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#CCFFCC"
 
|38||W||January 5, 1977||5–2 || align="left"| [[Los Angeles Kings]] <small>([[1976–77 Los Angeles Kings season|1976–77]])</small> ||8–21–9
 
|38||W||January 5, 1977||5–2 || align="left"| [[Los Angeles Kings]] <small>([[1976–77 Los Angeles Kings season|1976–77]])</small> ||8–21–9
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|65||W||March 5, 1977||6–3 || align="left"| [[Colorado Rockies]] <small>([[1976–77 Colorado Rockies season|1976–77]])</small> ||17–33–15
 
|65||W||March 5, 1977||6–3 || align="left"| [[Colorado Rockies]] <small>([[1976–77 Colorado Rockies season|1976–77]])</small> ||17–33–15
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#CCFFCC"
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#CCFFCC"
|66||W||March 6, 1977||3–2 || align="left"| [[St. Louis Blues (ice hockey)|St. Louis Blues]] <small>([[1976–77 St. Louis Blues season|1976–77]])</small> ||18–33–15
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|66||W||March 6, 1977||3–2 || align="left"| [[St. Louis Blues]] <small>([[1976–77 St. Louis Blues season|1976–77]])</small> ||18–33–15
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#CCFFCC"
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#CCFFCC"
 
|67||W||March 8, 1977||3–1 || align="left"| @ [[New York Islanders]] <small>([[1976–77 New York Islanders season|1976–77]])</small> ||19–33–15
 
|67||W||March 8, 1977||3–1 || align="left"| @ [[New York Islanders]] <small>([[1976–77 New York Islanders season|1976–77]])</small> ||19–33–15
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|68||L||March 9, 1977||4–6 || align="left"| @ [[New York Rangers]] <small>([[1976–77 New York Rangers season|1976–77]])</small> ||19–34–15
 
|68||L||March 9, 1977||4–6 || align="left"| @ [[New York Rangers]] <small>([[1976–77 New York Rangers season|1976–77]])</small> ||19–34–15
 
|- align="center"
 
|- align="center"
|69||T||March 12, 1977||3–3 || align="left"| @ [[St. Louis Blues (ice hockey)|St. Louis Blues]] <small>([[1976–77 St. Louis Blues season|1976–77]])</small> ||19–34–16
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|69||T||March 12, 1977||3–3 || align="left"| @ [[St. Louis Blues]] <small>([[1976–77 St. Louis Blues season|1976–77]])</small> ||19–34–16
 
|- align="center"
 
|- align="center"
 
|70||T||March 13, 1977||5–5 || align="left"| [[New York Islanders]] <small>([[1976–77 New York Islanders season|1976–77]])</small> ||19–34–17
 
|70||T||March 13, 1977||5–5 || align="left"| [[New York Islanders]] <small>([[1976–77 New York Islanders season|1976–77]])</small> ||19–34–17
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|75||L||March 26, 1977||2–7 || align="left"| @ [[Chicago Blackhawks|Chicago Black Hawks]] <small>([[1976–77 Chicago Black Hawks season|1976–77]])</small> ||20–37–18
 
|75||L||March 26, 1977||2–7 || align="left"| @ [[Chicago Blackhawks|Chicago Black Hawks]] <small>([[1976–77 Chicago Black Hawks season|1976–77]])</small> ||20–37–18
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#CCFFCC"
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#CCFFCC"
|76||W||March 28, 1977||5–4 || align="left"| [[St. Louis Blues (ice hockey)|St. Louis Blues]] <small>([[1976–77 St. Louis Blues season|1976–77]])</small> ||21–37–18
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|76||W||March 28, 1977||5–4 || align="left"| [[St. Louis Blues]] <small>([[1976–77 St. Louis Blues season|1976–77]])</small> ||21–37–18
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#CCFFCC"
 
|- align="center" bgcolor="#CCFFCC"
 
|77||W||March 29, 1977||4–2 || align="left"| [[Cleveland Barons (NHL)|Cleveland Barons]] <small>([[1976–77 Cleveland Barons season|1976–77]])</small> ||22–37–18
 
|77||W||March 29, 1977||4–2 || align="left"| [[Cleveland Barons (NHL)|Cleveland Barons]] <small>([[1976–77 Cleveland Barons season|1976–77]])</small> ||22–37–18
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|80||L||April 3, 1977||3–6 || align="left"| @ [[Vancouver Canucks]] <small>([[1976–77 Vancouver Canucks season|1976–77]])</small> ||23–39–18
 
|80||L||April 3, 1977||3–6 || align="left"| @ [[Vancouver Canucks]] <small>([[1976–77 Vancouver Canucks season|1976–77]])</small> ||23–39–18
 
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|}
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==Playoffs==
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===Buffalo Sabres 2, Minnesota North Stars 0===
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==Awards and Records==
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*The North Stars did not win any awards this season.
   
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==
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{{Minnesota North Stars seasons}}
 
{{Minnesota North Stars seasons}}
 
{{1976–77 NHL season by team}}
 
{{1976–77 NHL season by team}}
 
 
{{Wikipedia}}
 
{{Wikipedia}}
 
[[category:Minnesota North Stars seasons]]
 
[[category:Minnesota North Stars seasons]]

Latest revision as of 02:25, 30 October 2020

1975-1976 Stars.jpg
1976–77 Minnesota North Stars · NHL
Division 2nd Smythe
1976–77 record 23–39–18
Goals for 240
Goals against 310
General Manager Jack Gordon
Coach Ted Harris
Captain Bill Hogaboam
Arena Met Center
Team Leaders
Goals Ernie Hicke (30)
Assists Tim Young (66)
Points Tim Young (95)
Penalties in minutes Dennis O'Brien (114)
Wins Pete LoPresti (13)
Goals against average Pete LoPresti (3.61)
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1975–76 1977–78

The 1976–77 Minnesota North Stars season was the team's 10th season in the National Hockey League (NHL). The North Stars finished 2nd in the Smythe Division and lost in the Preliminary round to the Buffalo Sabres 2 games to 0.

Regular Season[edit | edit source]

Final Standings[edit | edit source]

Smythe Division
GP W L T GF GA PTS
St. Louis Blues 80 32 39 9 239 276 73
Minnesota North Stars 80 23 39 18 240 310 64
Chicago Black Hawks 80 26 43 11 240 298 63
Vancouver Canucks 80 25 42 13 235 294 63
Colorado Rockies 80 20 46 14 226 307 54

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against, Pts = Points
Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.


Game Log[edit | edit source]

Regular Season Results
No. R Date Score Opponent Record
1 L October 6, 1976 5–6 @ New York Rangers (1976–77) 0–1–0
2 L October 7, 1976 2–6 @ Boston Bruins (1976–77) 0–2–0
3 W October 9, 1976 4–1 Colorado Rockies (1976–77) 1–2–0
4 L October 12, 1976 4–10 New York Rangers (1976–77) 1–3–0
5 L October 16, 1976 1–2 Buffalo Sabres (1976–77) 1–4–0
6 L October 17, 1976 0–3 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1976–77) 1–5–0
7 W October 20, 1976 4–3 Atlanta Flames (1976–77) 2–5–0
8 T October 22, 1976 3–3 @ Colorado Rockies (1976–77) 2–5–1
9 W October 23, 1976 4–3 Chicago Black Hawks (1976–77) 3–5–1
10 W October 27, 1976 5–3 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1976–77) 4–5–1
11 L October 30, 1976 1–5 Toronto Maple Leafs (1976–77) 4–6–1
12 L October 31, 1976 1–9 @ Philadelphia Flyers (1976–77) 4–7–1
13 L November 3, 1976 2–5 Montreal Canadiens (1976–77) 4–8–1
14 L November 6, 1976 2–5 @ New York Islanders (1976–77) 4–9–1
15 L November 7, 1976 1–4 @ Washington Capitals (1976–77) 4–10–1
16 W November 10, 1976 3–2 Pittsburgh Penguins (1976–77) 5–10–1
17 L November 13, 1976 2–3 New York Islanders (1976–77) 5–11–1
18 T November 14, 1976 4–4 @ Buffalo Sabres (1976–77) 5–11–2
19 T November 17, 1976 3–3 Cleveland Barons (1976–77) 5–11–3
20 L November 19, 1976 3–6 @ Montreal Canadiens (1976–77) 5–12–3
21 L November 20, 1976 3–8 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1976–77) 5–13–3
22 L November 24, 1976 2–4 St. Louis Blues (1976–77) 5–14–3
23 W November 27, 1976 6–1 Washington Capitals (1976–77) 6–14–3
24 L November 28, 1976 1–4 @ New York Rangers (1976–77) 6–15–3
25 T December 1, 1976 2–2 Philadelphia Flyers (1976–77) 6–15–4
26 L December 4, 1976 4–11 New York Rangers (1976–77) 6–16–4
27 L December 7, 1976 2–6 @ Pittsburgh Penguins (1976–77) 6–17–4
28 L December 8, 1976 0–5 Atlanta Flames (1976–77) 6–18–4
29 T December 10, 1976 3–3 @ Atlanta Flames (1976–77) 6–18–5
30 T December 11, 1976 1–1 @ St. Louis Blues (1976–77) 6–18–6
31 T December 14, 1976 3–3 Philadelphia Flyers (1976–77) 6–18–7
32 L December 18, 1976 1–3 Vancouver Canucks (1976–77) 6–19–7
33 T December 21, 1976 3–3 Chicago Black Hawks (1976–77) 6–19–8
34 L December 22, 1976 3–4 @ Cleveland Barons (1976–77) 6–20–8
35 W December 28, 1976 8–3 Los Angeles Kings (1976–77) 7–20–8
36 T December 30, 1976 5–5 @ Montreal Canadiens (1976–77) 7–20–9
37 L January 1, 1977 1–3 @ St. Louis Blues (1976–77) 7–21–9
38 W January 5, 1977 5–2 Los Angeles Kings (1976–77) 8–21–9
39 W January 6, 1977 7–2 @ Detroit Red Wings (1976–77) 9–21–9
40 W January 8, 1977 3–1 Boston Bruins (1976–77) 10–21–9
41 L January 12, 1977 3–5 @ Vancouver Canucks (1976–77) 10–22–9
42 T January 15, 1977 3–3 @ Boston Bruins (1976–77) 10–22–10
43 L January 16, 1977 2–4 @ Philadelphia Flyers (1976–77) 10–23–10
44 L January 18, 1977 2–7 @ New York Islanders (1976–77) 10–24–10
45 T January 20, 1977 4–4 Atlanta Flames (1976–77) 10–24–11
46 W January 22, 1977 4–3 Buffalo Sabres (1976–77) 11–24–11
47 L January 23, 1977 2–5 Toronto Maple Leafs (1976–77) 11–25–11
48 W January 26, 1977 3–2 @ Los Angeles Kings (1976–77) 12–25–11
49 L January 29, 1977 3–4 @ Vancouver Canucks (1976–77) 12–26–11
50 L January 30, 1977 2–4 @ Colorado Rockies (1976–77) 12–27–11
51 L February 2, 1977 2–5 @ Pittsburgh Penguins (1976–77) 12–28–11
52 T February 5, 1977 5–5 Vancouver Canucks (1976–77) 12–28–12
53 W February 6, 1977 3–0 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1976–77) 13–28–12
54 L February 9, 1977 6–8 Colorado Rockies (1976–77) 13–29–12
55 T February 12, 1977 2–2 Detroit Red Wings (1976–77) 13–29–13
56 L February 13, 1977 2–6 @ Buffalo Sabres (1976–77) 13–30–13
57 T February 15, 1977 3–3 @ Washington Capitals (1976–77) 13–30–14
58 T February 17, 1977 4–4 Washington Capitals (1976–77) 13–30–15
59 W February 19, 1977 6–2 Chicago Black Hawks (1976–77) 14–30–15
60 L February 20, 1977 2–3 @ Colorado Rockies (1976–77) 14–31–15
61 W February 23, 1977 2–1 Boston Bruins (1976–77) 15–31–15
62 L February 25, 1977 2–6 @ Atlanta Flames (1976–77) 15–32–15
63 W February 26, 1977 3–0 Vancouver Canucks (1976–77) 16–32–15
64 L March 1, 1977 2–5 Philadelphia Flyers (1976–77) 16–33–15
65 W March 5, 1977 6–3 Colorado Rockies (1976–77) 17–33–15
66 W March 6, 1977 3–2 St. Louis Blues (1976–77) 18–33–15
67 W March 8, 1977 3–1 @ New York Islanders (1976–77) 19–33–15
68 L March 9, 1977 4–6 @ New York Rangers (1976–77) 19–34–15
69 T March 12, 1977 3–3 @ St. Louis Blues (1976–77) 19–34–16
70 T March 13, 1977 5–5 New York Islanders (1976–77) 19–34–17
71 L March 16, 1977 2–5 Montreal Canadiens (1976–77) 19–35–17
72 T March 18, 1977 2–2 @ Cleveland Barons (1976–77) 19–35–18
73 W March 20, 1977 2–1 Detroit Red Wings (1976–77) 20–35–18
74 L March 22, 1977 2–4 Pittsburgh Penguins (1976–77) 20–36–18
75 L March 26, 1977 2–7 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1976–77) 20–37–18
76 W March 28, 1977 5–4 St. Louis Blues (1976–77) 21–37–18
77 W March 29, 1977 4–2 Cleveland Barons (1976–77) 22–37–18
78 W March 31, 1977 3–1 @ Detroit Red Wings (1976–77) 23–37–18
79 L April 2, 1977 2–7 @ Los Angeles Kings (1976–77) 23–38–18
80 L April 3, 1977 3–6 @ Vancouver Canucks (1976–77) 23–39–18

Playoffs[edit | edit source]

Buffalo Sabres 2, Minnesota North Stars 0[edit | edit source]

Awards and Records[edit | edit source]

  • The North Stars did not win any awards this season.

See Also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

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