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The Numbers Game: Game #4 - April 22, 2015

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

OTTAWA – Here's a numerical look at Game 4 between the Habs and Sens at the Canadian Tire Centre on Wednesday night.

382 – Number of kilometers traveled by the Canadiens between Games 3 and 4. The team spent two days in the Mont-Tremblant region to start the week before returning to the nation’s capital on Tuesday evening in preparation for Wednesday’s contest.

365 – Number of days since the Canadiens last entered an Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Game 4 holding a 3-0 series lead, sweeping the Tampa Bay Lightning in four-straight exactly a year ago with a 4-3 win on April 22, 2014.

0:06 – Number of seconds it took for the Canadiens to fire the game’s first shot, as P.K. Subban tested Craig Anderson with a rocket from the red line off of the game’s opening draw.

7:17 – Number of minutes it took Erik Condra to reply with the Senators’ first shot, firing an easy 34-foot wrister at Carey Price near the midway mark of the opening frame.

1 – Number of Habs games this season which have had a face-off violation whistled by the officials. Senators forward Bobby Ryan was called for the rare penalty during the second period on Wednesday.

7:48 – Amount of ice time played by Greg Pateryn on Wednesday, who made his first career playoff strides at the Canadian Tire Centre, registering 5 hits while filling in for injured defenseman Nathan Beaulieu.


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