SUNRISE - Here's a numerical look at Monday night's game between the Canadiens and the Florida Panthers at the BB&T Center.
100 - Number of games Phillip Danault has played in a Canadiens uniform, reaching that mark when he suited up against the Florida Panthers at the BB&T Center on Monday night. The 24-year-old Victoriaville native was acquired from the Chicago Blackhawks in February 2016.
360 - Number of days that elapsed in between NHL starts for goaltender Charlie Lindgren, who made his second-ever start for the Canadiens on Monday night in South Florida. Lindgren's previous outing for Montreal came back on April 7, 2016 in Carolina.
Video: MTL@FLA: Lindgren stops quick shot, covers rebound
15 - Number of consecutive games defenseman Nikita Nesterov spent on the sidelines - as either a healthy scratch or dealing with an injury - before returning to active duty on Monday night in place of Shea Weber, who returned to Montreal after suffering a lower-body injury. Prior to the tilt in Sunrise, Nesterov's last appearance came back on February 27 in New Jersey.
7 - Number of consecutive games Andrew Shaw went without a goal, before opening the scoring for the Canadiens at 13:12 of the first period. The 25-year-old centerman beat Panthers netminder Reto Berra with a snipe from the slot. Alex Galchenyuk and Artturi Lehkonen picked up assists on the play.
Video: MTL@FLA: Shaw pots Galchenyuk's solid feed
27 - Number of helpers Galchenyuk has registered so far this season, a new career-high in that department for the American sniper. The former third-overall pick had collected 26 assists during both the 2014-15 and 2015-16 campaigns.
1 - Danault dropped the gloves for the very first time in his NHL career late in the middle frame on Monday night, going toe-to-toe with Panthers forward Michael Sgarbossa. His previous scrap in the pro ranks came back on February 18, 2015 when he was still a member of the AHL's Rockford IceHogs.
2 - Number of multi-point games Lehkonen has registered so far this season after adding his 15th and 16th goals during the third period on Monday night. It was the Finnish forward's first multi-point game since January 11 in Winnipeg when he scored two goals and added an assist as well.
Video: MTL@FLA: Lehkonen roofs a blistering snap shot
2 - Number of Atlantic Division titles the Canadiens have claimed in the last three seasons, locking up the crown on Monday night.
19 - Number of times the Canadiens have reached the 100-point plateau in franchise history, accomplishing that feat once again in the Sunshine State.