|Playoffs Teams||Stanley Cup Winner|
The 1989-90 Stanley Cup Finals started on May 15, 1990 and ended on May 24, 1990, lasting 5 games.
The Boston Bruins had the best regular season record in the 1989-90 NHL season at 46-25-9.
The Calgary Flames had the best goal differential in the 1989-90 regular season at +83 goals.
The Quebec Nordiques had the worst goal differential in the 1989-90 regular season at -167 goals.
The Calgary Flames had the most goals per game in the 1989-90 regular season at 4.35 GPG.
The Boston Bruins allowed the fewest goals per game in the 1989-90 regular season at 2.90 goals allowed per game.
The last undefeated team in the 1989-90 NHL season was the Minnesota North Stars, who started the season with a 5-0-1 record. The streak ended with a 3-4 loss against the Detroit Red Wings on Oct 18, 1989.
|Team||Record||Streak||GPG||GPG Allowed||Goal Differential||Playoff Result|
|Boston Bruins||46-25-9||T2||3.61||2.90||+57||Lost Final|
|Calgary Flames||42-23-15||W3||4.35||3.31||+83||Lost First Round|
|Buffalo Sabres||45-27-8||W4||3.58||3.10||+38||Lost First Round|
|Montreal Canadiens||41-28-11||T2||3.60||2.92||+54||Lost Conf Semi|
|Edmonton Oilers||38-28-14||W1||3.94||3.54||+32||Won Final|
|Chicago Blackhawks||41-33-6||W1||3.95||3.67||+22||Lost Conf Finals|
|Hartford Whalers||38-33-9||T1||3.44||3.35||+7||Lost First Round|
|Winnipeg Jets||37-32-11||L1||3.73||3.62||+8||Lost First Round|
|New York Rangers||36-31-13||L3||3.49||3.34||+12||Lost Conf Semi|
|St. Louis Blues||37-34-9||L1||3.69||3.49||+16||Lost Conf Semi|
|New Jersey Devils||37-34-9||T1||3.69||3.60||+7||Lost First Round|
|Toronto Maple Leafs||38-38-4||W1||4.21||4.47||-21||Lost First Round|
|Washington Capitals||36-38-6||W2||3.55||3.44||+9||Lost Conf Finals|
|Minnesota North Stars||36-40-4||L1||3.55||3.64||-7||Lost First Round|
|Los Angeles Kings||34-39-7||L3||4.22||4.21||+1||Lost Conf Semi|
|New York Islanders||31-38-11||W2||3.51||3.60||-7||Lost First Round|
|Detroit Red Wings||28-38-14||T1||3.60||4.04||-35|