Welcome to By The Numbers. Here, we'll break down the most important facts, figures and statistics from that night's game. Despite the final score, there's more to the game's story than the numbers on the scoreboard.
Here's a look at some of the most notable statistics and numbers from the Blue Jackets' 3-1 loss to Boston Bruins at TD Garden:
BRUINS 3 | BLUE JACKETS 1
0.949 - The Bruins' goaltenders' combined save percentage against the Blue Jackets in their three head-to-head games this season. Tuuka Rask recorded a 0.963 save percentage and one goal against in a 3-1 Bruins victory, while in his two games, Chad Johnson allowed just three goals for a 0.935 save percentage. The Bruins won all three games.
5:38 - Average ice time for Corey Tropp in his first two games as a Blue Jacket. He played 6:35 last night and 4:41 tonight.
10 - Wins for the Bruins during the month of November. They finished the month 10-3-2 (22 points), which is one point more than the Blue Jackets have for the entire season (23 points).
16 - Penalties the Blue Jackets have committed in the past two games. They had 14 penalty minutes last night and 27 minutes in tonight's game.
16.8 - The average number of shots on goal the Blue Jackets have recorded in their last five road games. They had 14 shots on goal tonight and have a 2-3-0 record in that span.
19 - Points for Ryan Johansen this season. He now leads the Blue Jackets in that department (10 goals, 9 assists) after his power play goal and is tied with James Wisniewski in power play points with eight (3 goals, 5 assists).
229 - Shots the Blue Jackets have put on goal in the first period this season. They have scored just 20 first-period goals in their last 26 games.
295 - Shots allowed by the Blue Jackets in 2013-14 during the second period, which has led to 32 goals against this season.
431 - Total hits for the Blue Jackets on the road, which is first overall in the NHL.