OTTAWA – Here's a numerical look at Game 3 between the Habs and Sens at the Canadian Tire Centre on Sunday night.
– Number of playoff games Carey Price has suited up for over the course of his NHL career with the Canadiens, including Sunday night’s tilt in Kanata. That ties the Anahim Lake, BC native with Bill Durnan for fourth place all-time among all goaltenders in team history.43
– Number of hits the Canadiens and the Senators combined to generate during the opening period on Sunday night at the Canadian Tire Centre. Dave Cameron’s contingent led the way with 27 hits, capitalizing on the presence of a raucous home crowd for Game 3 of the series. P.K. Subban led the CH with five hits of his own, while Erik Karlsson also dished out five hits for Ottawa.19
– Number of shots the Canadiens managed to generate during the second period alone on Sunday night, outshooting the Senators by a 28-18 margin through 40 minutes of play. Ottawa had just six shots in the period, as the Canadiens pressed for the equalizer following Clarke MacArthur’s goal in the opening frame.
– Faceoff percentage amassed by David Desharnais through two periods in Game 3, winning six of seven draws against Senators centermen. 15
– Number of Canadiens players who chipped in with at least one hit during a highly physical affair in Kanata on Sunday night. Only Torrey Mitchell, Max Pacioretty and Torrey Mitchell didn’t manage to connect with an opposing player in the third installment of the series.3
– Number of consecutive playoff games in which the Canadiens managed to generate at least 35 shots on goal, adding to that tally by accomplishing the feat once again on Sunday night. Michel Therrien's troops kept Senators netminder Craig Anderson very busy, firing 49 shots in his direction in Game 3.19
– Number of times the Canadiens have played at least two straight overtime games during the same series, eventually moving on to the next round 12 times.- canadiens.com
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