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The Numbers Game - April 1, 2008

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
Here is a numerical look at the Canadiens’ division-clinching win over the Senators on Tuesday night in Ottawa .

16-Years since the Canadiens last won their division, when they finished atop the Adams Division in 1991-92.

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18-Days since the Habs slipped past the Senators to grab the Northeast Division for good.

45-Points piled up by Alex Kovalev in 41 games on the road this season, the eighth-highest total in the NHL.

0-Times Andrei Markov had dropped his gloves in 490 career games prior to doing so with Jason Spezza of the Senators late in the first period.

9-Goals scored by Mathieu Dandenault this season, one goal shy of his career high set in 2000-01 with the Detroit Red Wings.

11-Overall edge in the win column held by the Canadiens over the Senators since Jan. 13, 2008.
505-Days since the Canadiens last downed the Senators in Ottawa, when the Habs doubled-up the Sens 6-3 on Nov. 13, 2006. 

141:02-Length in minutes of the Senators’ current scoring drought. Ottawa’s last goal dates back to a third-period goal against the Sabres on March 27.

9-Wins posted by Carey Price in 12 starts since the trade deadline, including a pair of shutouts.

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