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The Numbers Game: Game #2 - April 17, 2015

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

MONTREAL – Here's a numerical look at Game 2 between the Habs and Sens at the Bell Centre on Friday night.

4:55 – Amount of ice time Max Pacioretty needed to get back to his old goalscoring ways on Friday. After missing the final two games of the regular season as well as Game 1 of the Canadiens’ Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series against the Sens with an upper body injury, Pacioretty made his Game 2 return count with a power play equalizer at 7:18 in the second.

30 – Number of times that Pacioretty and David Desharnais combined their scoring talents on goals during the 2014-15 regular season. Pacioretty benefited from his bud’s help again on Friday, scoring his first goal of the 2015 postseason with an assist from Desharnais.

2 – Number of times that Desharnais has enjoyed multi-point career playoff outings, assisting on both of Pacioretty and Subban’s second period markers.

3 – Number of times Jeff Petry dished out six hits or more during the regular season, before putting the body to the Sens six times through just two periods of his second career playoff game on Friday.

30 – Number of career playoff points registered by Andrei Markov, who added an assist to his tally on Pacioretty’s second period goal.

142 – Number of postseason games in Canadiens history which have required overtime to be solved.

1 – Number of times Ottawa netminder Andrew Hammond has now lost consecutive games since making his NHL debut on February 18 against the Habs. Never the losing two in a row while compiling a 20-1-2 over the final stretch of the regular season, Hammond nevertheless heads back to Ottawa on Friday with a pair of losses in the first-round series.

91.6 – Percentage of playoff series which the Canadiens have won after taking a 2-0 lead, boasting a 55-5 record when perfect through the opening pair.

3,276 – Number of days, and counting, since the Canadiens last lost a home playoff game on a Friday. Enjoying an 9-2 record all-time when playing in Montreal on the final day of the work week, the Habs bested the Sens for a second-straight playoff Friday following a previous 3-1 win on May 3 during the 2013 series against their Atlantic Division rivals


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