Cleveland » National Hockey League
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The Cleveland Barons have played a total of 11 seasons. Their first season was in 1968, and their most recent season was in 1978.
Between 1968 and 1970, the team was known as the Oakland Seals.
In 1971, the team moved to Los Angeles and changed their name to the California Golden Seals.
In 1977, the team moved to Cleveland and changed their name to the Cleveland Barons.
The Cleveland Barons currently play in the Adams Division of the Prince of Wales Conference.
The worst start to a Barons season was the 1970-71 California Golden Seals, who started the season at 0-5. The second worst start to a season was the 1972-73 California Golden Seals, who started the season with 3 losses. The third worst starts to a Barons season was the 1977-78 Cleveland Barons and the 1968-69 Oakland Seals, who both started the season at 0-1.
The Cleveland Barons last made the playoffs in 1970, when they lost the Conference Semi-Finals. They've been in the playoffs a total of 2 times in their 11 seasons.
The Cleveland Barons last missed the playoffs in 1978.
The Cleveland Barons have never won a playoff series.
The Cleveland Barons last won a playoff game on Apr 9, 1969, when they had a 4-1 win against the Los Angeles Kings in the Conference Semi-Finals. Since then, the Barons have lost 6 straight playoff games.
In 1970, the Oakland Seals lost to the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Conference Semi-Finals.
The Cleveland Barons have never appeared in a Stanley Cup Finals.
The Cleveland Barons have never won a Stanley Cup Finals.
|1970||22-40-14||Lost Conference Semi-Finals (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1969||29-36-11||Lost Conference Semi-Finals (Won 0 Rounds)|