MONTREAL -- Here's a numerical look at the game between the Habs and the Flyers at the Bell Centre on Wednesday night.
– Number of AHL games played by Max Pacioretty
since being sent down to Hamilton by the Canadiens on January 24, 2010, before being called up by the Habs this past Sunday. The 22-year-old amassed 45 points with the Bulldogs in that span. 20
– Number of seconds needed by P.K. Subban
to find the back of the net against the Flyers on the 5-on-3 power play, making up for lost time after seeing his team get just four minutes with the man advantage in the recent Detroit and Toronto games combined. 6
– Number of years since the Flyers last shutout the Habs in a regular season game, with Philly netminder Sean Burke kicking aside all 24 Canadiens shots fired at him on April 1, 2004.
– Number of games played by Alexandre Picard as a Flyer to start his NHL career, drafted by Philadelphia 85th
overall in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft. 5
– Number of goals allowed by the Flyers when down two men this year, tied for the league-lead with Buffalo in that category. 4
– Number of goals scored 5-on-3 by the Habs so far this year, trailing only the Lightning for the league-lead in making team’s pay for multiple indiscretions. 5
–Consecutive number of games in which Michael Cammalleri has registered at least a point, picking up three goals and three assists in that time. 9:20
– Time in the first period it took for both teams to register a combined total of five shots.82
– Faceoff efficiency enjoyed by Jeff Halpern in the outing, winning nine of his 11 draws on the night. 2
– Number of players joining former team-leader Cammalleri at the 10-goal plateau against the Flyers, with both Tomas Plekanec
and Brian Gionta
reaching double-digits on Wednesday night.
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