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Numbers Game - Canadiens @ Blackhawks

A numerical look at Sunday night's game against the Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center

by Montreal Canadiens @CanadiensMTL /

CHICAGO - Here's a numerical look at Sunday night's game between the Canadiens and Blackhawks at the United Center.

322 -- Number of games Andrew Shaw played with the Blackhawks between 2011 and 2016. The new Habs winger faced his former team for the first time on Sunday, receiving a standing ovation during a first-period TV timeout.Tweet from @CanadiensMTL: Andrew Shaw accueilli chaleureusement par ses anciens partisans. / A warm welcome for @shawz15er in Chicago. �� #GoHabsGo
261 -- Number of days since Phillip Danault was acquired by the Canadiens, on February 26, 2016. The former Chicago first-round draft pick was also facing his former team for the first time on Sunday.

2 -- Number of former Blackhawks who were part of the Canadiens starting lineup in Chicago, as Shaw and Danault both got to be on the ice for the pregame ceremonies and anthems.

2 -- Number of goaltenders on the United Center ice who were facing their hometown clubs on Sunday. Montreal native Corey Crawford was between the pipes for the Blackhawks, while Chicago native Al Montoya got the start in goal for the Habs.Video: MTL@CHI: Montoya denies Seabrook's big slap shot

66 -- Percentage of his career points Montoya has registered in Montreal. After picking up just a single assist in his first 136 NHL games, the 31-year-old now has a pair of helpers with the Habs -- setting up Shea Weber's second-period equalizer most recently in Chicago.

6 -- Number of points Alexander Radulov has racked up over his last five games. The Russian winger added an assist to his tally on Sunday.Video: MTL@CHI: Markov goes top shelf with wrist shot in 2nd
7 -- Number of goals Weber has scored so far this season, placing him first overall in the category among NHL defensemen.Video: MTL@CHI: Weber scores PPG off a defender's stick

500 -- Number of Canadiens games Michel Therrien has coached, becoming just the fourth Habs bench boss to reach the milestone after Toe Blake (914), Dick Irvin (896) and Scotty Bowman (634).

5,373 -- Number of days since the Canadiens last won a game in Chicago, dating back to February 27, 2002.

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