MONTREAL - Here's a numerical look at Tuesday night's game between the Canadiens and the Ottawa Senators at the Bell Centre.
576 - Carey Price faced the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night for the first time in 576 days. He hadn't gone up against them since Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Series on April 26, 2015.
13 - Number of times Andrew Shaw has dropped the gloves over the course of his NHL career, adding to that tally on Tuesday night by going toe-to-toe with Senators tough guy Chris Neil. It was Shaw's first scrap in a Canadiens uniform.
87.5 - Percentage of Shea Weber's eight total goals that have come on the power play so far this season, as the Canadiens' No. 6 tallied for the seventh time with the man advantage at the 26-second mark of the middle frame to open the scoring. Weber currently leads the league in power play markers.
Video: OTT@MTL: Weber blisters in one-timer for PPG
7 - Number of consecutive games in which Alexander Radulov has factored in on the scoresheet, doing so in spectacular fashion on Tuesday night with a highlight-reel goal to put the Canadiens up 2-1 at the 7:39 mark of the second period. In addition to the goal, Radulov has also put up eight assists during that span.
Video: OTT@MTL: Radulov shows off slick hands for great goal
20 - With an assist on Radulov's fourth goal of the season, Alex Galchenyuk became the first player on the Canadiens' roster to reach the 20-point plateau during the 2016-17 campaign.
15 - Andrei Markov collected his 13th, 14th and 15th assists of the season on Tuesday night against the Senators, and he now leads the Canadiens in that particular category. Eleven of Markov's helpers have come in the last nine games.
8 - Weber and Alex Galchenyuk both scored their eighth goals of the season on Tuesday night, which has them tied atop the Canadiens' goal-scoring list through 20 games. Galchenyuk's goal came at 2:08 of the third period and gave his club a 3-2 lead.
Video: OTT@MTL: Galchenyuk buries a slap shot for PPG