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The Numbers Game - Feb. 26, 2008

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
Maxim Lapierre got the ball rolling for the Habs by opening the scoring with his fifth goal of the season.
MONTREAL-Here’s a numerical look at the Canadiens’ big 5-1 win over the Thrashers on Tuesday night at the Bell Centre.

6- Consecutive Tuesday night victories racked up by the Canadiens on home-ice since the start of 2008.

64-Games since Christopher Higgins last scored two goals in a game back on April 7, 2007.

11-Games in which the Canadiens have scored five or more goals this season. The Habs are a perfect 11-0 mark in those contests.

7-Canadiens that have now reached the 40-point mark this season, following a three-point night by Christopher Higgins. No NHL team boasts as many 40-point men.

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200- Total career points registered by Michael Ryder in 298 NHL games.

12- Two-point games posted by Canadiens captain Saku Koivu this season after picking up a pair of helpers against the Thrashers.

2-Assists registered by Francis Bouillon, marking his first multi-point game of the season.

50-Points registered by Andrei Markov this season, surpassing his career-high of 49 set last season.

7-Hits thrown by Mike Komisarek against the Thrashers to once again lead the Habs in his favorite category.

15-Times over the last 17 games that the Canadiens’ top-ranked power play has scored at least one goal.

3-Teams that have now scored 200 goals this season, including the Canadiens, Red Wings and Senators.

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