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' 4-1 win over the Ottawa Senators at the Canadian Tire Centre:
BLUE JACKETS 4 | SENATORS 1
.967 - Save percentage for Sergei Bobrovsky, who stopped 29 of 30 shots today.
2 - Points for the number one and two stars of the game, Ryan Johansen and Fedor Tyutin. They both had a power play goal and an assist.
5 - Game point streak for the Blue Jackets, who have gained seven points in the standings during that span.
6:13 - The total time Blue Jackets defenseman Jack Johnson played on the penalty kill. The Senators were 1-of-6 on the power play.
14.6 - The average number of seconds it took the Blue Jackets to score after each penalty was called--Ryan Johansen scored :12 in, RJ Umberger scored after eight seconds and Fedor Tyutin scored :24 into the 5-on-3.
37 - Total penalty minutes to Mark Boroweicki (20) for his hit on Jared Boll and James Wisniewski (17) for his retaliation on the play. Borowicki finished the game with 24 total penalty minutes because of two earlier minor penalties.
38 - The number on Boone Jenner's jersey. The forward was back in the line-up for the first time since Oct. 25. Today, he played 16:46, recorded five shot attempts and six hits. He also had a face-off win and was credited with two takeaways.
60 - The Blue Jackets' power play conversion percentage as they scored on three of five power play chances.
71 - Combined hits for both teams, who played a physical game for the full 60 minutes. The Senators recorded 39 hits while the Blue Jackets had 32.
635 - Days since the Blue Jackets last recorded three power play goals in a single game. The last time that happened was Feb. 21, 2012 against the San Jose Sharks in a 6-3 home victory, 89 games ago.