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Numbers Game - Dec. 16, 2010

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
MONTREAL -- Here's a numerical look at the game between the Habs and the Bruins at the Bell Centre on Thursday night.

460 – Number of games Michael Cammalleri had to wait before being awarded the first penalty shot of his career, cashing in on his opportunity with a beauty deke in the opening frame.

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11 – Number of Habs who have scored at least one penalty shot goal in team history, including current Canadiens Cammalleri and Tomas Plekanec, who scored his against the Hurricanes in 2007.

5 – Number of shots needed by the Canadiens to solve Tim Thomas twice, with Cammalleri beating the Vezina Trophy-winner on a penalty shot before Maxim Lapierre cashed in his fifth goal of the season five minutes later.

7 – Number of losses posted by Thomas at the Bell Centre, the NHL arena he’s lost most often in throughout his NHL career.

79:30 – Time it took Max Pacioretty to find the back of the net for the first time with the big team in 2010-11, banking in a backhand off Andrew Ference in the dying seconds of the first period on Thursday night.

3 – Number of goals allowed by Thomas in the first period alone after giving up just 16 in his team’s first 29 games of the season.

460 – Number of games needed by Cammalleri to drop the gloves in the NHL, taking down David Krejci in his first career fight after scoring his first career penalty shot goal against the Bruins.

2 – Number of multi-point games posted by Pacioretty so far in his NHL career, enjoying a two-assist night against Columbus on November 24, 2009 before notching a goal and an assist against the Bruins. 


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