|Playoffs Teams||Stanley Cup Winner|
The 1973-74 Stanley Cup Finals started on May 7, 1974 and ended on May 19, 1974, lasting 6 games.
The Boston Bruins had the best regular season record in the 1973-74 NHL season at 52-17-9.
The Boston Bruins had the best goal differential in the 1973-74 regular season at +128 goals.
The California Golden Seals had the worst goal differential in the 1973-74 regular season at -147 goals.
The Boston Bruins had the most goals per game in the 1973-74 regular season at 4.47 GPG.
The last undefeated team in the 1973-74 NHL season was the New York Rangers, who started the season with a 3-0-1 record. The streak ended with a 2-3 loss against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Oct 20, 1973.
|Team||Record||Streak||GPG||GPG Allowed||Goal Differential||Playoff Result|
|Boston Bruins||52-17-9||W1||4.47||2.83||+128||Lost Final|
|Philadelphia Flyers||50-16-12||W1||3.50||2.10||+109||Won Final|
|Chicago Black Hawks||41-14-23||W3||3.49||2.10||+108||Lost Conf Finals|
|Montreal Canadiens||45-24-9||L1||3.76||3.08||+53||Lost Conf Semi|
|New York Rangers||40-24-14||W1||3.85||3.22||+49||Lost Conf Finals|
|Toronto Maple Leafs||35-27-16||L1||3.51||2.95||+44||Lost Conf Semi|
|Los Angeles Kings||33-33-12||W1||2.99||2.96||+2||Lost Conf Semi|
|Atlanta Flames||30-34-14||W2||2.74||3.05||-24||Lost Conf Semi|
|Detroit Red Wings||29-39-10||L1||3.27||4.09||-64|
|St. Louis Blues||26-40-12||L2||2.64||3.18||-42|
|Minnesota North Stars||23-38-17||L5||3.01||3.53||-40|
|New York Islanders||19-41-18||W1||2.33||3.17||-65|
|California Golden Seals||13-55-10||L5||2.50||4.38||-147|