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Numbers Game - Maple Leafs @ Canadiens

A numerical look at Saturday night's game against Toronto at the Bell Centre

by Montreal Canadiens @CanadiensMTL /

An Original Six match-up is bound to produce some noteworthy figures. Here are some of our favorite from Saturday night.

16 -- Number of players in Canadiens history who have suited up for more games than Tomas Plekanec. The Czech forward tied Mario Tremblay for 17th place in team history with his 852nd career game on Saturday.

1,015 -- Number of days since the Maple Leafs last defeated the Canadiens, dating back to a 5-3 decision on January 18, 2014 in Toronto.

0 -- Number of first-period goals Carey Price has allowed this season. The Habs netminder remained perfect on Saturday, stopping all 11 Toronto shots through the opening 20.

7 -- Number of points Alexander Radulov has racked up in his first nine games with the Habs. The 30-year-old winger added to that total on Saturday, serving up a beauty for Alex Galchenyuk in the second, then assisting on Shea Weber's power play blast in the third.Video: TOR@MTL: Galchenyuk one-times Radulov's feed

18 -- Number of years Andrei Markov had already been on the planet when Leafs sensation Auston Matthews was born. Matthews -- who entered the game tied for the league-lead in scoring -- was in the building on Saturday but held scoreless by the Habs.

2 -- Number of games in which Shea Weber has been held without a point this season, an increasingly rare occurrence for the All-Star defenseman who has now picked up a goal or an assist -- or both -- in seven of his first nine outings.Video: TOR@MTL: Weber blasts a power-play goal for lead

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