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By the numbers: Phil Varone

Five facts about the new Canadiens forward

by Shauna Denis @CanadiensMTL / canadiens.com

MONTREAL - The Canadiens agreed to terms with forward Phil Varone on Wednesday. Here's a look at his career in numbers.

70 - Phil Varone won the Les Cunningham Award in 2017-18 as the AHL's most valuable player, finishing second in AHL scoring that season with 70 points in 74 games played.

396 - The 28-year-old Vaughan, ON native has collected 123 goals and 273 assists for 396 career points in the AHL.

4 - Varone has led his AHL team in scoring during four of his eight seasons in the pro ranks.

97 - The 28-year-old forward has suited up for 97 career NHL games, including 47 during the 2018-19 season with the Flyers. 

147 - Varone was taken in the fifth round (147th overall) in 2009 by the San Jose Sharks.

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