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By The Numbers: Blue Jackets at Maple Leafs

by Kristyn Repke / Columbus Blue Jackets

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'  2-1 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre:

0 - Power play goals allowed by the Blue Jackets to the Maple Leafs, who were the NHL's top power play team on home ice coming into tonight's game with a 27.1 percent conversion rate.

1 - Goal for Dalton Prout this season, who opened the scoring tonight.

6:22 - Minutes played by defenseman Ryan Murray through six shifts before he left the game with a lower body injury. He did not return.

10 - The scoring differential between the Blue Jackets and Maple Leafs in their season series. The Blue Jackets won all three games against them this season by a 13-3 margin.

31 - Saves made by Maple Leafs goaltender James Reimer, who played in his first game in nearly a month. He kept his team in the game on several occasions and finished with a 0.939 save percentage.

31:18 - Total ice time for defenseman Jack Johnson, who picked up extra shifts with the absence of Ryan Murray.

77 - Combined hits by the Blue Jackets (35) and the Maple Leafs (42)--two of the hardest checking teams in the NHL this season.

88.3 -
The Blue Jackets' penalty kill percentage over the last 16 games, as they have killed 53-of-60 penalties in that span.

123 - Combined shot attempts by both teams. The Blue Jackets recorded 33 shots on goal for 63 attempts, while the Leafs registered 29 SOG and 60 attempted shots.

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