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The Numbers Game - February 25, 2013

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
OTTAWA – Here's a numerical look at the Habs-Senators matchup on Monday night at Scotiabank Place.

500 – Number of games played by Francis Bouillon in a Canadiens jersey, now sitting five games shy of hitting the 700-game milestone in his NHL career.

12 – Number of draws won by Lars Eller in the outing, finishing with a 71% efficiency in the faceoff circle against the Sens.

45 – Number of shots fired by the Canadiens in the game, outshooting the Sens by a 12-5 margin in the first and then 30-15 after two periods to set a new season-high for shots in a game.

10 – Combined number of penalty minutes accrued by the Habs and Senators in the game, despite having two of the league’s Top 5 penalty minute leaders in Brandon Prust and Chris Neil on the ice at Scotiabank Place.

3 – Number of posts hit by the Canadiens in the game, with Max Pacioretty, Erik Cole and Raphael Diaz all beating Ben Bishop only to draw iron on Monday night.

11 – Number of power play points racked up by Andrei Markov this season, leading all NHL defensemen in that category following his second period goal with the man advantage.

16 – Number of Habs who registered at least one shot in the game, all but two of the Canadiens skaters in uniform against the Sens.

Game highlights: Habs vs. Senators
Boxscore: Habs vs. Senators

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