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The Numbers Game - Dec. 27, 2011

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

OTTAWA– Here’s a numerical look at the game between the Canadiens and the Senators at Scotiabank Place on Tuesday night.

276 – Number of games played by Habs head coach Randy Cunneyworth as a member of the Senators over the course of four seasons from 1994-95 and 1997-98.

14 – Number of NHLers who have scored two or more short-handed goals this season, now including Lars Eller who beat Craig Anderson with Tomas Plekanec off for tripping in the first period.

3 – Number of points recorded by defenseman Raphael Diaz in the outing, registering his first career multi-point game to bring his season total to 11 points.

13 – Number of Canadiens players who have registered at least 10 points in 2011-12, with Diaz hitting double digits thanks to his three-point performance in Ottawa.

7 – Number of Habs who enjoyed multi-point nights against the Sens, including Diaz, Michael Cammalleri, Mathieu Darche, Tomas Plekanec, P.K. Subban, Erik Cole and Louis Leblanc.

57.1 – Percentage of shots fired by the Canadiens that found the back of the net to start the game, scoring four goals on their first seven shots.

100 – Percentage of Senators power play opportunities snuffed out by the Canadiens’ penalty killers on Tuesday night, brining their road PK percentage to a league-best 92.5% overall.

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