MONTREAL - Here is a numerical look at Saturday night's game against the Colorado Avalanche at the Bell Centre.
40 - The Canadiens celerated Youppi!'s milestone 40th birthday on Saturday night. Youppi! won't officially ring in the big 4-0 until Apr. 13, but the team wanted to help fête the lovable orange furball during the regular season, splitting the difference between the dates of his two major league sports debuts to settle on Jan. 12 as the big day. Youppi! is the lone mascot to ever represent two major pro sports teams - the Habs and the Montreal Expos.
Video: Mascots send Youppi! birthday wishes
45 - Number of games Tomas Tatar, Phillip Danault and Brendan Gallagher played together on the same line since the start of the season, before head coach Claude Julien elected to make some changes. Jonathan Drouin joined Danault and Gallagher, while Tatar lined up alongside Jesperi Kotkaniemi and Paul Byron for Saturday night's game against Colorado.
2 - Number of goals defenseman Brett Kulak has scored so far this season after lighting the lamp during the third period on Saturday night. It was a short-handed tally that beat Avalanche starter Semyon Varlamov from the point to put the Canadiens up 1-0. It also was the first short-handed goal of Kulak's career. Phillip Danault picked up his 22nd helper of the season on the play.
2:18 - Time elapsed in between Kulak's goal and a marker by Jesperi Kotkaniemi that put the Canadiens up by a pair at the 10:39 mark of the frame. That snapped a 12-game goal drought for the 18-year-old Finn, who now has five goals on the year. Jonathan Drouin and Mike Reilly picked up the assists on the play.
Video: COL@MTL: Kotkaniemi buries nifty feed from Drouin
100 - Danault picked up the 100th point of his career in a Canadiens uniform when he added another assist on Jordie Benn's empty-netter late in the third period to put the Habs up 3-0.
3 - Carey Price registered his third shutout of the season on Saturday night. It was the 43rd shutout of his career.
Video: COL@MTL: Price denies Kerfoot with a strong pad save
3,500 - Saturday night's victory over the Avalanche was the 3,500th win in franchise history (NHA+NHL).