On January 23, 1984, the Buffalo Sabres became the first team in NHL history to win 10 consecutive road games, with a 5-3 win in Boston. It is an accomplishment only matched by the St. Louis Blues in 2000 and then the New Jersey Devils in 2001. The '83-'84 Sabres had Scotty Bowman leading the way as head coach and featured a future Hall of Famer Gilbert Perreault as well as a cast of up and coming stars in Dave Andreychuck, Phil Housley and Tom Barrasso. The team started the season posting a 16-10-3 record before the road winning streak began. After posting back to back road losses to the Blues and Blackhawks on December 6 and 7th, the road winning streak began.The win against the Bruins on December 10, 1983, it was the 30th game of the season, started it all. Buffalo did not lose a road game until game 53 on February 2, 1984, ironically the streak began in Boston, had the final win there and had it end there.