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The Numbers Game - April 4, 2014

by Staff Writer / Montr��al Canadiens

OTTAWA - Here's a numerical look at the Habs-Senators game at the Canadian Tire Centre on Friday night.

20 – Number of days since the Canadiens’ historic comeback win over the Senators on March 15, a game that saw Montreal erase a three-goal deficit in the span of 3:22 in the third period, tying the game with 0.3 left in regulation before winning 5-4 in overtime.

8:30 – Amount of time needed by the Canadiens to mount a similar comeback on Friday night, only the second-fastest they’ve erased a three-goal deficit against the Senators this year.
17 – Number of back-to-back game series the Canadiens have taken part in this season, now owning a 5-4-1 record in the first game and looking to build on their 7-1-1 record in the second when they face the Red Wings on Saturday night.
Pacioretty's slick mitts

10 – Number of seconds elapsed before the first penalty of the game was doled out, a hooking minor to Tomas Plekanec on the opening shift of the night. 

71.4 – Percentage of Andrei Markov’s goals in 2013-14 that have opened the scoring for the Habs, getting Montreal on the board for the fifth time this season with a goal from an impossible angle against the Sens.

114 – Number of seconds needed by Mike Weaver to follow up Markov’s opening marker with a goal of his own, scoring his first of the season to bring the Habs within one midway through the first period.

406 – Number of days since Weaver last lit the lamp, dating back to a game between the Panthers and Penguins on Feb. 22, 2013.

8 – Number of multi-point games enjoyed by Weaver in his 598 career games in the NHL, chipping in with a goal and an assist in Ottawa on Friday night.

20 – Number of assists racked up by Max Pacioretty so far this season, becoming the eighth Hab to hit that mark so far in 2013-14 with an assist on Weaver’s first-period marker.

38 – Number of goals scored by Pacioretty this season, now sitting fourth in the league behind Alex Ovechkin, Corey Perry and Joe Pavelski in the NHL's scoring race.

5 – Number of points racked up by Pacioretty on Friday night, adding a pair of assists to his third hat trick of the season.

6 – Combined number of goals scored by the Habs and Sens in a wild first period on Friday night, with Ottawa going up 3-0 early before seeing the Habs erase the deficit by the first intermission.

1 – Number of wins racked up by Peter Budaj against Ottawa in the regular season, beating the Sens in just his second career start against the squad from the nation’s capital.

Game highlights
Getting the call
New and used skates drive

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