While some cities are known as consistent winners—like New York City and Boston, who both have an opportunity to add to their championship totals within the next month—others have a long history of hard luck in the search for a sports championship. In fact, no Canadian hockey team has hoisted the Stanley Cup in 30 years. With two Canadian teams remaining among the final eight this season, that streak could finally end. Researchers ranked U.S. and Canadian metropolitan areas and U.S. states according to active professional sports championship droughts, including the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, and MLS.

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