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Numbers Game - Hurricanes @ Canadiens

A numerical look at Thursday night's game against the Carolina Hurricanes

by Montreal Canadiens @CanadiensMTL / canadiens.com

MONTREAL -- Here's a numerical look at the best facts, figures, and moustaches from Thursday's game between the Canes and Habs at the Bell Centre.

2 -- Number of weeks since the Hurricanes last dropped a game. Carolina entered Thursday night as one of the NHL's hottest teams, winning their last five in a row.

616 -- Number of days since Carey Price last faced Carolina, making 31 saves in a 4-0 shutout on March 19, 2015.Video: CAR@MTL: Price turns away McClement's shot

30 -- Number of games Mark Barberio played with the Habs a season ago. Called up from the St. John's IceCaps on Wednesday, the 26-year-old Montreal-native made his 2016-17 Canadiens debut against the Hurricanes on Thursday.

100 -- Percentage of newcomers to the lineup on Thursday who were sporting 'staches. While Barberio suited up for the Habs for the first time this season, Greg Pateryn and Charles Hudon returned to the lineup -- and all three sported mid-Movember moustaches for the occasion.Tweet from @CanadiensMTL: .@shawz15er, t'es jaloux? ����Hey Andrew, you jealous? ����#GoHabsGo pic.twitter.com/RvT5SjpPF2

4 -- Number of points Hudon has racked up through six career NHL games. The 22-year-old added to that total on Thursday by setting up Andrew Shaw with a perfect pass in the first to get the Habs on the board.

247 -- Number of career points for David Desharnais, whose assist on Shaw's equalizer allowed him to join Kirk Muller in 59th place among the team's all-time point-getters.Video: CAR@MTL: Shaw bags a top-in to level the score

5 -- Number of Quebec-born players in the lineup against Carolina. Thursday's crop of homegrown Habs comprised of Barberio (Montreal), Hudon (Alma), Desharnais (Laurier-Station), Phillip Danault (Victoriaville), and Torrey Mitchell (Greenfield Park).

313 -- Number of seconds of uninterrupted play fans at the Bell Centre got to enjoy to start the second period. The middle frame's first whistle came at 5:13 when the puck strayed into the netting.Video: CAR@MTL: Pacioretty sneaks goal past Ward

14 -- Number of seconds it took Max Pacioretty to find the back of the net in the third. The Canadiens captain gave the Habs a 2-1 lead off of the opening face-off in the final frame.

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