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Numbers Game: Canadiens @ Maple Leafs

A numerical look at Saturday's 3-2 overtime win against Toronto

by Montreal Canadiens @CanadiensMTL /

TORONTO -- Here's a numerical look at some of the stats, facts and figures from Saturday's final Habs-Leafs matchup of the season.

360 -- Number of degrees Saturday's game was available to watch in -- becoming the second ever NHL game to be broadcast in virtual reality.

18 -- Number of days since David Desharnais had last been in the lineup. The 30-year-old forward was back in action with the Habs for the first time since February 7, on Saturday.

2 -- Number of goals the Canadiens have allowed to rookie sensation Auston Matthews through four games this season. Matthews, who is tied for the second-most goals league-wide in his debut campaign, found the back of the net for the first and second times against Montreal in the final matchup of the season between the two teams.

29 -- Number of goals Matthews and Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty hit this season after the two buried the game's first and second markers, respectively. Matthews later added his 30th of the campaign, in the third.

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6 -- Number of periods the Habs had been shut out prior to Pacioretty's tally, dating back to Tuesday's game in New York.

14 -- Number of consecutive games the Canadiens have won against Toronto, a streak which goes back to the 2013-14 season. The Leafs last bested Montreal in a 5-3 decision on January 18, 2014.

259 -- Number of career NHL wins for Carey Price, who surpassed Ken Dryden for third place on the Habs' all-time list.

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