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Detroit Red Wings
The Red Wings had a streak of 452 consecutive sellouts going before Game 1 of their playoff series against the Flames on April 12.
Boston Red Sox
The Red Sox enter their first home series of 2007 against the Yankees with a streak of 312 consecutive sellouts at Fenway Park. The Indians own the major-league record of 455, set from 1995 to 2001. The Sawx even sell out spring training -- they have a streak of 62 in a row going at City of Palms Park in Ft. Myers, Fla.
Duke Blue Devils
The "Cameron Crazies" have packed Cameron Indoor Stadium for every game since Nov. 16, 1990. The streak reached 260 this past season. For big games, students camp out for tickets in a tent city known as "Krzyzewskiville" in honor of head coach Mike Krzyzewski.
"Big Red" has sold out every game since Nov. 3, 1962, a streak of 282 consecutive games that stands as the NCAA record.
The Redskins have sold out every regular-season and postseason home game since 1968, a streak of 323 games that is the longest in the NFL.
The Broncos have sold out every home game since joining the NFL during the 1970 AFL-NFL league merger, a streak of 300 consecutive games. The waiting list for season tickets is 20,000.
Under the stewardship of the Maloof Brothers, the Kings ended the regular season with a streak of 354 consecutive sellouts at Arco Arena. The streak began on Nov. 26, 1999, against Golden State. The Portland Trail Blazers own the NBA record at 814 (from 1977 to '96).
Mark Cuban's Mavericks aren't too far behind Sacramento. The Mavs finished the regular season with 234 consecutive sellouts.
The Avs have sold out nearly every game since moving from Quebec to Denver in 1995. Colorado had an NHL-record streak of 487 consecutive sellouts snapped last October.
This Single-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds has sold out every game since its inception in 2000. On April 17, the Dragons played in front of their 500th consecutive sellout crowd. Their streak is believed to be the current longest across professional sports in the U.S.<br><br>Leave your comments at email@example.com