NEWARK -- Here's a numerical look at some of the best stats, facts and figures from Friday's game in New Jersey.
100 - Number of games played by Phillip Danault so far in his NHL career, hitting the Century Club in New Jersey nearly six years after being drafted in the first round by the Blackhawks in 2011.
27 - Combined number of games played by Al Montoya and Keith Kinkaid so far in 2016-17, with both backup netminders seeing action on Friday night at the Prudential Center.
3 - Number of Devils players who previously suited up for the Canadiens, including Michael Cammalleri, P-A Parenteau, and Devante Smith-Pelly, who combined to play 292 games with the Habs over the years.
74 - Number of seconds needed by Alex Galchenyuk to even up the score after Steven Santini got the Devils on the board in the first period, notching his 11th goal of the season off a pass from Alexander Radulov.
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13:13 - Amount of time needed by the Devils to register their first shot of the middle frame, with the Habs holding the home team to just three shots on goal through the first half of Friday's tilt.
31 - Number of minutes needed to play 20 minutes of stop-time action in a seemingly whistle-less second period.
9 - Number of power play goals scored by Shea Weber in 47 games this season, tying him for second in the league in that category after his third period blast with the man advantage.
9 - Number of multi-point games enjoyed by Radulov since joining the Canadiens this season, picking up three assists in New Jersey to bring him to 25 helpers on the year.
18 - Number of games missed by Galchenyuk with a knee injury this season, coming out strong in his fourth game since making his return with a three-point effort.
1 - Number of times the Canadiens have scored three power play goals in a game this season, doing so for the first time on Friday night to help vault them over the Devils.