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The Numbers game - April 21, 2010

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
MONTREAL– Here’s a numerical look at Game 4 between the Habs and the Caps at the Bell Centre on Wednesday night.


2 – Shifts into his second game since returning from a shoulder injury needed by Glen Metropolit to notch his first playoff point of this spring, with the speedy center picking up an assist on Michael Cammlleri’s first period goal.
 
4 – Playoff point streak currently ridden by Cammalleri, who has yet to not pick up at least a point in any of the four games of this series. With his team-leading six points so far this postseason, Cammy’s output thus far is double what he posted last year in six playoff games with the Flames.

 
33 – Shots on goal registered by the Canadiens through only two periods of play on Wednesday, surpassing the Habs’ game-total in either Game 2 or 3.

155 – Games since the Canadiens last fired 20 shots on goal in a single period, dating back to November 18, 2008 against the Carolina Hurricanes.

3 – Canadiens players who failed to pick up at one shot on goal on Wednesday night, a short list that included only Josh Gorges, Hal Gill and Travis Moen.

7 – Number of bone-crunching hits dished out by 6-foot-5 Habs blue-liner Ryan O’Byrne in his 2010 Playoff debut on Wednesday night.


See also:
All or nothing 
Habs overcome by Caps, fall back 3-1 in series
Boxscore

Playoff Central
Carey to carry the load




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