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The Numbers Game - Dec. 11, 2010

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
TORONTO – Here’s a numerical look at the game between the Canadiens and the Maple Leafs at the Air Canada Centre on Saturday night.

3 – Number of dimensions the Habs-Leafs game was presented in on CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada broadcast, the first Canadiens game ever available in 3D. 

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286 – Number of seconds needed for either team to register a shot in the outing with Leafs defenseman Luke Schenn breaking the ice almost five minutes into the tilt.

10:59 – Time needed by the Canadiens to register their first shot of the game, with the Leafs scoring two goals in that span.

7 – Number of years since Jaroslav Spacek last dropped the gloves, a November 26, 2003 tilt while the defenseman was with the Bluejackets before picking up a four-minute roughing minor in a skirmish with Clarke MacArthur on Saturday night.

5 – Number of shifts played by Spacek in the outing, not returning to action following his first period tussle with MacArthur.

4 – Number of seconds Jeff Halpern was allowed to roam free after his two-minute interference penalty expired, picking up another interference penalty immediately upon stepping out of the box.

4 – Consecutive number of games in which Michael Cammalleri has picked up at least one point, racking up three goals and one assist in that span and getting the Habs on the board with a wrister in the second period against the Leafs.

2 – Consecutive number of seasons in which Cammalleri has been the first Hab to hit the 10-goal benchmark, reaching double-digits in his 29th game of the current campaign compared to his 23rd game of the year last season. 

5 – Team-high number of shots blocked by Roman Hamrlik against the Leafs.

2 – Number of power plays enjoyed by the Canadiens through 120 minutes, getting just one opportunity with the man advantage in Detroit and another against the Leafs. 
7 – Number of NHL teams, including the Canadiens, who have yet to rally back after trailing through the first two periods.


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