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Numbers Game - Nov. 24, 2010

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
MONTREAL -- Here’s a numerical look at the Habs-Kings showdown at the Bell Centre, in Montreal.

283 – Number of games played by Michael Cammalleri in Kings black and purple during his five-year stint in L.A. to start his career, piling up 93 goals in that span.

6 – Number of points scored by Cammalleri in five games against his former team, including the game-winning goal against the Kings on Wednesday night.

Highlights from the Canadiens-Kings game
1 – Number of points separating the clubs, with both teams posting nearly identical records going into Wednesday’s game: 13-7-1 for the Canadiens and 13-7-0 for the Kings with both teams having gone 6-4-0 in their last 10 games.

7 – Number of years since the Canadiens last suffered defeat at the hands of the Kings, a 2-1 loss on March 8, 2003 in Los Angeles.

0:32 – Number of seconds needed by the Kings to touch the puck on a delayed penalty call in the first period, with the Canadiens setting up three solid scoring chances in that 6-on-5 span.

2 – Number of players donning the No. 94 on the ice on Wednesday night, including Tom Pyatt and Ryan Smyth, who share the number with only with Rangers forward Derek Boogaard in the NHL.

229 – Number of days since Lars Eller last lit the lamp in the NHL, scoring his first goal as a Hab in the dying minutes of the second period.

11 – Number of Canadiens who made their way onto the scoresheet against the Kings, including a two-point effort by Andrei Kostitsyn in the outing.


Postgame comments: Martin | Gomez | Gionta | Eller | Darche | Cammalleri
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