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The Numbers Game - April 26, 2010

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
MONTREAL -- Here’s a numerical look at Game 6 between the Habs and the Caps at the Bell Centre on Monday night.

4-Times Michael Cammalleri has gotten the Canadiens on the board in this series, with the speedy winger getting the ball rolling for Montreal in Game 1, 4, 5 and 6.

3 – Cammalleri’s rank among all goal scorers in the 2010 playoffs so far, upping his total to five with his pair of markers in Game 6.

3 – Number points amassed by P.K. Subban in his three-game tenure with the canadiens, picking up an assist on Cammy’s second goal of the game in the first period.

2 – Number of shifts needed by Subban to notch his first career NHL playoff point, with the rookie also chipping in two hits and xx minutes of ice time in his postseason debut. 

2-Times the Canadiens have now stormed back to force a Game 7 after having trailed 3-1 in a series.

1-Times the Canadiens have gone on to win such a series, dating back to when they eliminated the favored Bruins in seven games in 2004.

6-Losing streak on home ice during the playoffs snapped by the Canadiens on Monday night, with Montreal’s last win coming back on April 24, 2008 when unlikely hero Tom Kostopoulos scored in overtime to down the Flyers in the opening game of their second-round series.

53-Saves made by Game 6 hero Jaroslav Halak, shattering the club postseason record for stops by a Habs netminder in regulation set by Ken Dryden against the Bruins back on April 13, 1971.

See also:
Jaro vs. Goliath
Five Keys to the Game: Habs-Caps #6
Habs call up P.K. Subban 
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