DENVER - Here's a numerical look at Monday's game between the Canadiens and the Avalanche in Denver.
– Number of games played by Andrei Markov in his Canadiens career to date, joining Jean-Guy Talbot at No. 20 on the team’s all-time games played list. 103
– Number of games played by P-A Parenteau as a member of the Avalanche over a two-year span, returning to Denver as a member of a the Canadiens for the first time on Monday since being traded to Montreal over the summer. 1
– Number of points racked up by Carey Price in the outing, chipping in with a helper on Jiri Sekac’s opening goal to bring his career total to 11 assists in 389 games. 9
– Number of times the Canadiens have opened the scoring in a game in 2014-15, having now gone 9-0-0 in those outings following Monday’s win in Colorado.
– Number of days since the Canadiens last left Denver with a win, dating back to a 4-2 victory with Jacques Martin behind the bench, on February 13, 2009.
101 – Number of goals scored by Markov in his NHL career, now moving into sole possession of third place all-time among Canadiens defensemen in scoring, behind only Larry Robinson (197) and Guy Lapointe (166).
3 – Number of multi-point nights enjoyed by Markov so far in 2014-15, having now done so once a month since the season started thanks to his goal and assist against the Avalanche.
3 – Number of goals scored by P.K. Subban in two games against Calvin Pickard and the Avs in 2014-15 following his rocket of a one-timer in the second period.
8 – Number of games this season in which Max Pacioretty has taken five or more shots on goal, including Monday’s game in Denver.
6 – Number of times in his career that Lars Eller has had six or more shots on net in a game, doing so on Monday for the second time in as many games.
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