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Numbers Game - Nov. 26, 2010

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
MONTREAL -- Here’s a numerical look at the Habs-Thrashers showdown in Atlanta.

– Number of games that the Canadiens have played since Alex Auld got his last start against the Islanders on Oct. 29. Auld turned aside 30 of 31 of the shots to help the Habs get the win.

2 – Number of players in Friday’s game hailing from the town of Kladno in the Czech Republic, with Habs’ center Tomas Plekanec and Thrashers’ goalie Ondrej Pavelec sharing the same hometown.

21 – Number of pucks stopped by Alex Auld in the second period alone.

Highlights from the Canadiens-Thrashers game
1– Number of Thrashers that didn’t get a shot on goal over the course of the game.

1 – Number of times this season in which the Canadiens haven’t won their first game when playing two in two nights, having walked away with the victory the first three times this season.

0 -- Number of games lost by the Thrashers since naming Andrew Ladd as their captain, notching four wins under Ladd’s leadership.

1360 – Number of days that have passed since March 8th, 2007 - the last time the Atlanta Thrashers won four straight games at home, as they did in Friday’s game, with a win over the Canadiens.


Thrashers 3, Canadiens 0
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