The longest stretch of time without this taking place since 1967!

This could be a good thing - but a bad one too for a few teams...

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When National Hockey League teams hit a bad streak, it does not take long for fans and some reporters to point the finger at the head coach. It is, unfortunately, the quickest way to try and fix a club, without making risky trades or unforgivable moves. 

Earlier in the season, it felt like Detroit Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill might get the boot or there were even whisper in Edmonton for Oilers coach Todd McLellan to hit the road. 

There were even speculation of the Chicago Blackhawks thinking of letting go of Joel Quenneville.

But although it has been a weird season for coaches, it's been a very good one. 

None of the coaches have been fired this season. This is the longest stretch of time into a season without a coach firing since 1966-67, when none were fired at all. 

However, this was also back in the day when there were only six teams in the league at that time.

Who would you say is on the hot seat at the moment?

Maybe you'd prefer to fire a general manager more than a coach?