MONTREAL - Here's a numerical look at the Canadiens' second of two matinee games played over Family Weekend, this one against the Ottawa Senators.
3 - At 13:44 of the second period, Jeff Petry scored on the power play for the third time in two games. This time, his marker opened the scoring for the Canadiens and tied things up at 1-1.
Video: OTT@MTL: Petry rips one-timer past Condon for PPG
2 - After earning his first career helper the day before, Nikita Scherbak assisted on Artturi Lehkonen's second-period go-ahead goal on the power play to double that total. He had scored his first NHL goal last season, in his very first NHL game.
Video: OTT@MTL: Lehkonen snaps home short-side shot for PPG
100 - Lehkonen has scored 100% of his goals this season against Ottawa. After netting two against the Sens at the Bell Centre on October 30, the 22-year-old Finn added his third and fourth of 2017-18 on Sunday.
Video: OTT@MTL: Lehkonen scores, Plekanec gets 600th point
600 - With an assist on Lehkonen's second of the night, Tomas Plekanec earned the 600th point of his NHL career (230G, 370A). He is the seventh player from the 2001 Draft, 23rd Czech player, and 13th Canadiens player to reach the plateau. Plekanec added his 601st point late in the game, padding the Canadiens' lead at 4-1 with 3:03 to play.
14 - The helper was the 370th of Plekanec's career, moving him into sole possession of 14th place among Canadiens all-time assists leaders.
50% - The Habs' success rate on the power play this weekend. Petry (three times), Joe Morrow, and Lehkonen tallied the Canadiens' five goals in 10 opportunities with the man advantage.