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The Numbers Game - Dec. 15, 2011

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

MONTREAL – Here’s a numerical look at the game between the Canadiens and the Flyers at the Bell Centre on Thursday night.

400 – Number of games played by Chris Campoli in his NHL career to date, hitting the milestone in just his third appearance with the Habs on Thursday night.

300 – Number of games played by Josh Gorges with the Canadiens in his career, establishing himself as a leader on the Habs blue line since his arrival in Montreal in 2007.

6 – Number of hits dished out by Russian hit-machine Alexei Emelin in the outing, bringing his total to 85 in 23 games this season.

4 – Number of points racked up by Tomas Kaberle in his three-game career with the Canadiens to date, chipping in with a helper on David Desharnais’ second-period goal.

8 – Number of games needed by Louis Leblanc to score his first career NHL goal, tying the game at two late in the second period before soaking in the “Louis! Louis! Louis!” chants raining down from the Bell Centre faithful.

14 – Number of multi-point games recorded by Max Pacioretty in his career, adding the latest with a two-assist effort against the Flyers.

18 – Number of penalty minutes handed out to the Flyers, who are the league’s most penalized team averaging 16 PIMs per game.

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