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The Numbers Game - Game 4

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
Here’s a numerical look at Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinal series between the Canadiens and Flyers at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia.

3 - Times the Canadiens have ever failed to pick up at least one road victory in Games 3 or 4 after splitting the two opening games at home.

37 - Seconds needed by the Canadiens to slip two pucks past Martin Biron to tie the game in the third period.

46 - Days since Jaroslav Halak’s last victory, a 3-0 shutout against the Islanders on March 15.

2004 - The only time the Canadiens have ever overcome a 3-1 series deficit, when they stormed back to eliminate the Bruins in seven games.

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5 - Game-high number of shots fired at Martin Biron by Sergei Kostitsyn, who was a game-time decision to even play in Game 4 due to injury.

2- Points picked up by Francis Bouillon in Game 4 after amassing four points in his previous 22 career postseason games.

6 - Length in games of Saku Koivu's current point streak (3-6-9), with the Habs captain having picked up at least one point in every game since returning from injury late in the first round against the Bruins.

4 - Times the Flyers have gotten on the scoreboard first through the first four games of this series.

- Games in this series in which the Flyers haven’t jumped out to a 2-0 lead.

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