MONTREAL - Here's a numerical look at Tuesday's game between the Canadiens and the Stars.
– Number of days since Travis Moen last hit the ice at the Bell Centre for a game, returning to Montreal as a member of the Stars for the first time since being traded to Dallas, on November 11, 2014. 1,028
– Number of days since Alexei Emelin last lit the lamp at the Bell Centre, finding the back of the net in the first period for the first time since April 4, 2012. 13
– Number of goals scored by Alex Galchenyuk in 2014-15 following his backhand beauty in the first period, tying his career high from last season just 46 games into the current campaign.
3 – Consecutive number of games in which Galchenyuk has found the back of the net, bringing his season total to a career-high 32 points with his goal on Tuesday.
11 – Number of points amassed by Sergei Gonchar since arriving in Montreal in exchange for Moen, racking up an assist on Galchenyuk’s goal in his 30th game as a Hab.
5 – Number of power play goals scored by the Canadiens in the last three games, lighting the lamp five times on 12 opportunities with the man advantage.
2 – Number of times Carey Price has faced at least 40 shots in a game this season, seeing plenty of rubber against the Stars in his 37th game of the campaign after previously hitting the mark against the Kings on December 12.
2 – Number of 5-on-3 power plays killed off by the Habs on Tuesday night, including one with under five minutes to go in the third period.
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