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Numbers Game - Kings @ Canadiens

A numerical look at Thursday night's game between the Kings and Canadiens at the Bell Centre

by Montreal Canadiens @CanadiensMTL /

Here's a numerical look at the best facts, figures, and celebrity sightings from Thursday's game between the Kings and Canadiens at the Bell Centre.

57 -- Number of Habs hall-of-famers who have now been immortalized in the Bell Centre's ring of honor, following the addition of Rogatien Vachon on Thursday.Video: LAK@MTL: Rogatien Vachon honored at Bell Centre

2 -- Number of Habs who made their 2016-17 debuts against the Kings, as Joel Hanley and Sven Andrighetto were both in the lineup opposite L.A. after being called up from the AHL's St. John's IceCaps last Wednesday and Monday, respectively.

140:50 -- Number of minutes Kings netminder Peter Budaj had gone without allowing a goal until Paul Byron got the Habs on the board at 7:48 in the first. The former Canadiens goaltender arrived in Montreal coming off back-to-back shutouts against Calgary and Toronto.Video: LAK@MTL: Byron beats Budaj from the doorstep

1 -- Number of career points Daniel Carr has registered at the Bell Centre. After racking up 10 points on the road through his first 26 NHL games, the 25-year-old lit the lamp at home for the first time on Thursday.Video: LAK@MTL: Carr redirects Markov's wrist shot, scores

14 -- Number of games it took Phillip Danault to match his personal best for single-season goals scored. Danault notched his fourth of the campaign on Thursday, 37 games sooner than the four he scored through 51 games with Chicago and Montreal a season ago.Video: LAK@MTL: Danault grabs rebound, scores odd-angle goal

74 -- Number of film credits actor Ben Stiller has racked up over the course of his career. Stiller, who is currently in Montreal shooting the upcoming indie film Brad's Status, was in attendance for Thursday's game against the Kings.Video: LAK@MTL: Ben Stiller takes in the Habs game

1,000 -- Number of NHL games officiated by linesman Steve Barton, who hit the milestone on Thursday at the Bell Centre.

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