The Numbers game - Dec. 28, 2009

Monday, 12.28.2009 / 10:37 PM ET / News
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The Numbers game - Dec. 28, 2009
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OTTAWA - Here is a numerical look at the Canadiens 4-2 loss to the Senators in Ottawa on Monday night.

20,000 - Goals scored in the Canadiens 100-plus year history following Michael Cammalleri's goal in the first period on a nice set up from linemate Andrei Kostitsyn.

5-Shots on goal registered Benoit Pouliot in the first period alone, with the big winger using one of those to score his first goal since coming to the Habs from the Minnesota Wild.

6-Length in games of the ongoing  point streak enjoyed by the elder Kostitsyn, with Andrei having picked up four goals and two assists over that span.

16:34-Ice time logged by Brian Gionta in his return to the lineup after missing 21 games with a broken bone in his foot, with the shifty winger registering an assist on Pouliot's goal.

0-Penalties whistled against the Senators on a night that saw the Canadiens meanwhile get called for five minors.

31-Shots on goal registered by the Canadiens, marking both the first time Jacques Martin's squad has cracked the 30-shot barrier on their current road trip and the first time they've outshot the opposition.

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