MONTREAL -- Here's a numerical look at Wednesday night's game against the Sabres in Montreal.
365 – Number of days since the Sabres last visited the Bell Centre for a game, having won their last tilt on Montreal ice, 3-2, exactly one year ago, on February 3, 2015.
20 – Number of power play points racked up by P.K. Subban this season, tying him for third in the NHL in that category with Patrice Bergeron after chipping in with a helper on Dale Weise’s goal with the man advantage in the second period.
2 – Number of times, of a possible 15 games since December 28, that Subban has not registered at least a point, having now racked up 15 points in that span.
4 – Consecutive number of games in which the Habs have scored at least one power play goal, with Weise keeping the streak alive with his 12th goal of the season on Wednesday night.
50 – Power play efficiency enjoyed by the Canadiens on Wednesday night, making good on one of their two opportunities with the man advantage against Buffalo.
3 – Consecutive number of games in which Alex Galchenyuk has picked up at least one point, potting his 12th goal of the campaign – and third point in as many games – with his second-period marker against the Sabres.
4 – Number of hits dished out by Alexei Emelin over the course of the evening, making a mark on the opposition in his return to action after sitting out against the Flyers on Tuesday night.
9 – Number of times the Habs have fired at least 30 shots on an opposing netminder in a game since January 1, hitting the milestone against the Sabres for a ninth time in 13 games since the New Year began.
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