MONTREAL -- Here's a numerical look at match-up between the Habs and the Sens at the Bell Centre on Tuesday night.
– Amount of time needed by the Senators to manage their first shot on Carey Price
, with the Canadiens firing seven on Pascal Leclaire in the same amount of time. 4
– Team-high number of powerplay goals racked up by Michael Cammalleri so far this season, adding his fourth on an unassisted marker with the man advantage in the first period. 5
– Number of times in the Habs’ six past power play goals in which Mathieu Darche
has been on the ice for the Canadiens. 3
– Number of game-winning goals tallied by Halpern so far this year, tying him with captain Brian GIonta
for the team lead in that category.
– Number of Habs who had at least one shot in the contest, with all but one Hab failing to register a shot against the Sens. 92
– Number of games Habs’ defenseman Alexandre Picard played as a member of the Ottawa Senators before heading to Carolina for a brief stint with the Hurricanes, and then on to Montreal.
– Percentage of faceoffs won by Tomas Plekanec
against the Sens, a season-high for the Czech centerman whose previous best was 70%, also against Ottawa on October 16. 4
– Number of Canadiens that have nine goals after tonight’s game, with Cammalleri and Gionta both scoring to match Tomas Plekanec
and Andrei Kostitsyn in that category.4
– Consecutive number of games in which Roman Hamrlik has registered at least a point, picking up two goals and four assists in that span. 12
– Number of points the 2010-11 Canadiens have accrued after 28 games compared to last year’s team at the same point in the season. - canadiens.com SEE ALSO:
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