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Numbers Game: Canadiens @ Senators

A numerical look at Saturday's 4-3 shootout win in Ottawa

by Montreal Canadiens @CanadiensMTL / canadiens.com

KANATA -- Here's a numerical look at some of the stats, facts and figures from Saturday's all-Canadian matchup against the Senators.

450 -- Number of career assists for Andrei Markov, who tied Saku Koivu for sixth in franchise history with his third period helper on Brendan Gallagher's goal.

Tweet from @CanadiensMTL: Congratulations, Andrei! #GoHabsGo pic.twitter.com/tPIjIZLmDV

3 -- Number of teams the Canadiens will meet 5 times this season -- more than any of their other 26 opponents. Among Ottawa, Toronto, and Detroit however, it's only the Sens that Montreal will meet three times over a seven day span -- on Saturday, Sunday, and next Saturday of this week.

11 -- Number of goals for Andrew Shaw this season, following his second period tally in Ottawa. The gritty forward is now second in scoring among all NHLers with at least 100 penalty minutes this season.

9 -- Number of 40-point seasons for Shea Weber. Weber hit the milestone for a ninth time in his career with an assist on Shaw's second period marker.

Video: MTL@OTT: Shaw strikes off Danault's cross-crease pass

41 -- Number of combined hits dished out by Montreal and Ottawa in the first two periods alone of Saturday's feisty affair in the nation's capital.

9 -- Number of multipoint games for Phillip Danault this season, who picked up a goal and an assist against the Sens.

3 -- Number of times Montreal and Ottawa exchanged leads on Saturday, before Alexander Radulov finally put the game away in the shootout.

21 -- Number of hours to go, following Radulov's winner, before the two teams do it all over again on Sunday at the Bell Centre.

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