The Numbers Game - Dec. 7, 2009

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The Numbers Game - Dec. 7, 2009
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MONTREAL -- Here's a numerical look at the Canadiens-Flyers match-up at the Bell Centre on Monday night.

378 – Number of seconds into the game before either team registered a shot on goal, with the Canadiens leading the Flyers 1-0 in shots heading into the first commercial break, more than six minutes into the contest.  

4 – Number of times in Canadiens history that two teams have combined for just five shots in a single period in a Habs game. The last five-shot frame came on March 25, 1993 against the Boston Bruins. 

55 – Number of games needed by Glen Metropolit to post 14 points in 2008-09 with the Flyers. The speedy center has already hit that same benchmark in just 23 games so far this year with the Habs.

33 – Number of candles on Georges Laraque’s birthday cake, with the big winger proving that it’s better to give than receive by chipping in with a helper on Michael Cammalleri’s second period goal.

100 – Career assists now in the books for Laraque, who also dropped the gloves with Riley Cote earlier in the game.

4 – Number of hits thrown by Max Pacioretty on Monday night, with the power-forward-in-the-making also firing a team-high three shots on goal in the contest.

50 – Percentage of Marc-Andre Bergeron’s goals that have come on the power play this year, potting three of his six markers with the man advantage to date.

14 – Consecutive stops made by Carey Price on Tuesday night after surrendering a goal to the always popular Daniel Briere on the first shot he faced.

10 – Game-high number of shots blocked by Roman Hamrlik, adding two assists and enjoying 23:59 minutes of ice time to earn first star honors against the Flyers.

Shauna Denis is a writer for canadiens.com.

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