The Numbers Game - Dec. 7, 2010

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The Numbers Game - Dec. 7, 2010
MONTREAL -- Here's a numerical look at match-up between the Habs and the Sens at the Bell Centre on Tuesday night.

7:59 – Amount of time needed by the Senators to manage their first shot on Carey Price, with the Canadiens firing seven on Pascal Leclaire in the same amount of time.

4 – Team-high number of powerplay goals racked up by Michael Cammalleri so far this season, adding his fourth on an unassisted marker with the man advantage in the first period.

Highlights from the Canadiens-Senators game
5 – Number of times in the Habs’ six past power play goals in which Mathieu Darche has been on the ice for the Canadiens.

3 – Number of game-winning goals tallied by Halpern so far this year, tying him with captain Brian GIonta for the team lead in that category.

17
– Number of Habs who had at least one shot in the contest, with all but one Hab failing to register a shot against the Sens.

92 – Number of games Habs’ defenseman Alexandre Picard played as a member of the Ottawa Senators before heading to Carolina for a brief stint with the Hurricanes, and then on to Montreal.

77
– Percentage of faceoffs won by Tomas Plekanec against the Sens, a season-high for the Czech centerman whose previous best was 70%, also against Ottawa on October 16.

4 – Number of Canadiens that have nine goals after tonight’s game, with Cammalleri and Gionta both scoring to match Tomas Plekanec and Andrei Kostitsyn in that category.

4 – Consecutive number of games in which Roman Hamrlik has registered at least a point, picking up two goals and four assists in that span.

12 – Number of points the 2010-11 Canadiens have accrued after 28 games compared to last year’s team at the same point in the season.

- canadiens.com


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