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Numbers Game: Canadiens @ Rangers

A numerical look at Tuesday's Game 4 loss in New York

by Montreal Canadiens @CanadiensMTL /

NEW YORK -- Here's a numerical look at some of the stats, facts and figures from Tuesday's 2-1 Game 4 loss against the Rangers.

84 - Number of career playoff games for Tomas Plekanec, who tied Chris Nilan for 43rd spot in team history in that category on Tuesday.

2 - Number of penalty minutes served by Andrew Shaw during the playoffs. After taking a team-leading 110 penalty minutes during the regular season, Shaw got called for just his first penalty of the series in Game 4.

83 - Number of seconds remaining in the first period as Torrey Mitchell potted his first of the postseason -- during his second game of the playoffs.

Video: MTL@NYR, Gm4: Mitchell scores on smooth give-and-go

3 - Number of games with at least one point for Alexander Radulov, who extended his point streak with an assist on Mitchell's tally.

100 - Percentage of games that the team which scored first has won this series. Jesper Fast got New York on the board at 11:39 of the opening frame on Tuesday, and the Rangers went on to take Game 4.

703 - Number of days since the Rangers had last won a playoff game at home. Losers of their last six since May 16, 2015, the Blueshirts got one back in the win column on Tuesday, tying the series 2-2.

64 - Number of playoff wins for Alain Vigneault, who surpassed his Montreal counterpart in Claude Julien after both entered the game tied at 63.

Kirk Muller scored two goals and added a helper to lead the Habs to a 3-2 win over the Boston Bruins in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals.

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