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Numbers Game - Canadiens @ Ducks

A numerical look at Tuesday night's game between the Canadiens and Ducks at the Honda Center in Anaheim

by Montreal Canadiens @canadiensmtl / canadiens.com

ANAHEIM - Here's a numerical look at Tuesday night's game between the Canadiens and Ducks at the Honda Center.

5 - Number of consecutive starts Carey Price has made between the pipes, including Tuesday night's start against the Ducks at the Honda Center in Anaheim. After going up against the Toronto Maple Leafs on November 19, the Ottawa Senators on November 22, the Carolina Hurricanes on November 24, and the Detroit Red Wings last Saturday night, Price was back at work in Orange County to kick off the Canadiens' California road swing.

Video: MTL@ANA: Price robs Slifverberg twice, then Cogliano

8 - Number of shots the Canadiens put on Ducks goaltender John Gibson in the first few minutes of the opening frame on Tuesday night, before Anaheim finally got a puck through on Price. Michel Therrien's troops ended up outshooting Randy Carlyle's club 17-10 through 20 minutes of play, but skated to the dressing room down 1-0 after Rickard Rakell lit the lamp with the man advantage.

13 - Number of different players Andrew Shaw has dropped the gloves against over the course of his NHL career, adding Ducks sniper Corey Perry to that list on Tuesday night. It was Shaw's second fight of the season, and he now leads the Canadiens in that department, one tussle ahead of defenseman Nathan Beaulieu.

5 - Number of shots on goal defenseman Alexei Emelin registered on Tuesday night, a new season-high for the Canadiens' No. 74. The Russian rearguard bested his previous season-high of three, which he produced against the Florida Panthers on November 15 and the Toronto Maple Leafs on November 19 as well.

Video: MTL@ANA: Price robs Perry's rebound try with glove

6 - Alexander Radulov also set a new season-high with five shots on goal on Tuesday night, besting his previous mark of three, too.

5 - Numbers of time so far this season in which the Canadiens have generated at least 30 shots on goal and given up at least 30 shots against in the same game, including Tuesday night's contest in Anaheim.

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