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Numbers Game - Canadiens vs. Maple Leafs

A numerical look at the Canadiens' preseason finale on Thursday night at the Bell Centre

by Montreal Canadiens @canadiensmtl /

MONTREAL - Here's a numerical look at Thursday night's preseason game against the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Bell Centre.

316 - Number of days that have elapsed since the last time Carey Price suited up and played a game in a Canadiens uniform. Before returning to active duty on Thursday night at the Bell Centre, Price's last appearance between the pipes for the CH came on November 25th at Madison Square Garden in New York City. 

39 - Defenseman Shea Weber became the 39th player in team history to sport the No. 6 for the Canadiens on Thursday night. The last player to do so was Greg Pateryn during the 2015-16 campaign.

89 - Faceoff percentage Tomas Plekanec amassed during the opening 20 minutes of play on Thursday night, winning eight of the nine draws he took against Maple Leafs centermen. 

2 - Number of times Andrew Shaw lit the lamp in the opening two minutes of both the first and second periods on Thursday night, beating Andersen on a wraparound at 1:50 of the first and a perfect re-direct at 1:24 of the middle frame.

24:38 - Shea Weber wasted little time endearing himself to the Bell Centre faithful, scoring on a point shot after the game was just 24:38 old. 

Video: TOR@MTL: Galchenyuk buries sweet pass from Radulov

6 - Number of Canadiens players who chipped in with at least three hits each during Thursday night's tilt against the Maple Leafs, including Alexei Emelin, Nathan Beaulieu, Sven Andrighetto, Michael McCarron, Mikhail Sergachev and Tomas Plekanec.

15 - Number of Canadiens players who registered at least one shot on Andersen on Thursday night, with Shea Weber leading the way with seven shots of his own in his Habs debut.

Video: TOR@MTL: Shaw scores second goal on one-timer

14 - Number of different Habs players who factored in on the scoresheet on Thursday night, with Shaw, Andrei Markov, Alexander Radulov and Daniel Carr leading the way for Michel Therrien's troops with two points each.

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