For just the third time in Carlton’s history, they finished a season with two wins. It was also the first time since 1901 that they have been restricted to two wins in a year.
For the first time in their history, Carlton suffered three 100-point losses in the same season. Melbourne (round nine), GWS (round 20) and Adelaide (round 23) beat the Blues by 109, 105 and 104 points respectively.
Carlton ‘won’ their fifth wooden spoon in 17 years. They never finished last on the ladder in their first 105 seasons.
Carlton’s winning rate of nine percent (two of 22 games) is the worst in their history.
Carlton have now gone 55 consecutive games without scoring 100 points in a game – more than double Gold Coast who are the next worst with 20 consecutive games (the Suns last scored 100 points against Carlton in round two).
Carlton’s percentage of 59.3 is their worst since 1901, and their fourth-worst all-time.