SAN JOSE - Here's a numerical look at Tuesday night's game between the Canadiens and the Sharks at the SAP Center.
1 - Defenseman Joe Morrow suited up for his first game in a Habs uniform on Tuesday night at the SAP Center, making his Canadiens debut in Northern California as the three-game road swing in the Golden State officially got underway.
280 - After being a healthy scratch over the weekend against the Maple Leafs, Torrey Mitchell was back in the lineup on Tuesday night to battle his former team. Mitchell played 280 games with the Sharks between 2007 and 2012.
16 - Number of seconds it took Jonathan Drouin to strike right back with a goal of his own after the Sharks opened the scoring in Tuesday night's contest. Logan Couture lit the lamp at the 3:50 mark of the opening frame for San Jose, but Drouin replied at 4:06 with a laser beam of a shot that beat goaltender Martin Jones to level the scoreline.
Video: MTL@SJS: Drouin snipes gorgeous top-shelf goal
2 - Number of consecutive games in which Drouin has found the back of the net. The 22-year-old centerman also scored in an overtime loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs last weekend.
30 - Number of points Artturi Lehkonen has amassed over the course of his young NHL career after picking up the primary helper on Drouin's second goal of the season.
4 - Number of power plays the Sharks enjoyed before the Canadiens had their first opportunity to operate while up a man on Tuesday night during a penalty-filled affair in Silicon Valley.
1 - Defenseman Victor Mete picked up his first career point on Tueday night when he fed Shea Weber for a one-time snipe at the 10:37 mark of the second period that cut the Sharks' lead to 3-2 at the time. It was Weber's first goal of the year, and it came with the man advantage.
Video: MTL@SJS: Weber hammers scorching one-timer past Jones
100 - Drouin also picked up an assist on Weber's tally, giving him 100 career points in the NHL. Tuesday night marked his 170th game at hockey's highest level.