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The Numbers Game - April 23, 2011

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
BOSTON -- Here's a numerical look at Game 5 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinal matchup between the Habs and the Bruins at the TD Garden on Saturday night.

0 – Number of power-play goals scored by the Bruins in their series against the Habs, going 0 for 14, and making them the only team in 2011 postseason to have not scored a goal with the man-advantage. 

5 – Number of consecutive games in which defenseman P.K. Subban has been coach Jacques Martin’s most used player, with No. 76 logging another 40 minutes and 43 seconds Saturday night in Boston.

0 – Number of first-period goals scored by either team in Saturday night’s game, marking the first time in this Canadiens-Bruins series that the first period has ended either tied or scoreless.

164 – Number of minutes it took the Bruins to get their first lead of the playoffs in front of their fans at the TD Garden.

7 – Number of playoff goals scored by Jeff Halpern over the course of his career, with the Habs veteran potting a clutch goal to tie Saturday night’s game with less than seven minutes to go in the third period.

17 – Number of Canadiens players that put at least one shot on goal in Saturday night’s game, with Brent Sopel being the only Hab not to test Tim Thomas.


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