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Numbers Game: Canadiens @ Flyers

A numerical look at Tuesday night's game against the Flyers in Philadelphia

by Pierre-Antoine Mercier. Translated by Matt Cudzinowski. @CanadiensMTL / canadiens.com

PHILADELPHIA - Here's a numerical look at Tuesday night's game against the Flyers at the Wells Fargo Center.

600 - Number of games defenseman Jeff Petry has played in the NHL ranks, including Tuesday night's tilt versus Philadelphia. Petry has suited up for 305 of those games in a Canadiens uniform, posting 56 goals and 208 points along the way. The Ann Arbor, MI native was a second-round selection of the Edmonton Oilers, 45th overall, in 2006.

28 - Number of games forward Jordan Weal played in a Flyers uniform this season. The Canadiens' centerman had nine points, including three goals with Philadelphia, before being dealt to the Arizona Coyotes. Weal played 124 career games with the Flyers, amassing 19 goals and 42 points. The North Vancouver, BC native joined the Habs at the trade deadline. He was a third-round pick of the Los Angeles Kings, 70th overall, in 2010.

31 - With his goal late in the first period, Brendan Gallagher matched his career-high for goals in a single campaign with 31. He set that mark last year. Gallagher still has nine games left this season to establish a brand new mark in that department.

Video: MTL@PHI: Gallagher cleans up rebound to open scoring

100:11 - The Canadiens snapped a scoreless streak of 100:11 when Gallagher lit the lamp with 1:39 left in the opening frame. The Habs' previous tally came during the second period of Thursday night's game against the New York Islanders in Uniondale. It was courtesy of defenseman Jordie Benn.

21 - By picking up assists on captain Shea Weber's 12th goal of the season and Max Domi's empty-netter late in the third period, forward Andrew Shaw registered his 20th and 21st helpers of the 2018-19 campaign to set a new career-high in that department. His previous high was 20, which he set during the 2015-16 season as a member of the Chicago Blackhawks.

Video: MTL@PHI: Weber rips point shot through traffic

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