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The Numbers Game - April 18, 2011

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
MONTREAL -- Here's a numerical look at Game 3 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinal matchup between the Habs and the Bruins at the Bell Centre on Monday night.

101 – Number of career playoff games disputed by Hal Gill as of Monday night’s Game 3 matchup against the Bruins at the Bell Centre. Gill sits second behind only Scott Gomez’s 136 second season games as the Canadien with the most playoff appearances.

4 – Number of hits dished out by rookie forward Ryan White in the outing bringing his 2011 postseason total to a team-high 13 so far.

10 – Number of postseason goals scored by Andrei Kostitsyn in 36 career playoff games for the Habs, getting his first of 2011 on Monday night after missing Game 2 with a lower body injury.

501 – Lifetime number of goals scored by the Habs against the Bruins in the playoffs, the most any team has scored against another NHL team in postseason history.

11 – Consecutive number of Bruins power plays snuffed out by the Canadiens’ penalty killers since the series started last Thursday.

– Number of multi-point games enjoyed by Michael Cammalleri in three outings in the 2011 playoffs so far, picking up two assists in Game 3 after notching a goal and a helper in Game 2 in Boston.

36 – Number of shots fired by the Canadiens in Game 3, outshooting the Bruins for the first time in the series on Monday night.

– Number of times in as many games so far in the series that P.K. Subban has played more than 25 minutes, enjoying a team-high 26:23 of ice time in Game 3 against the Bruins.


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