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The Numbers Game - Mar. 3, 2012

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

MONTREAL - Here’s a numerical look at the game between the Canadiens and the Maple Leafs at the Bell Centre on Saturday night.

100 – Number of games played by Yannick Weber in the NHL. The young defenseman has five goals and 23 assists for a total of 28 points to his name.

210 – Number of times the Canadiens have edged the Toronto Maple Leafs on home ice since their first meeting in 1917.

1 – Number of Canadiens players who have played under new Maple Leafs head coach, Randy Carlyle. Though he wasn't on the ice on Saturday night, Travis Moen won the Stanley Cup with Carlyle and the Ducks in 2006-07

3 – Number of players on both teams who have worn Leafs and Canadiens jerseys. Tomas Kaberle started his NHL career as a Leaf before making his way to the Habs in November. Mikhail Grabovski and Mike Komisarek both played with the Canadiens before moving to Toronto.

126:35 – Minutes it took the Maple Leafs to score against the Habs since their last goal on Carey Price late in the first period on January 21. Matt Frantti broke the spell by putting one past Price some two games later.

4 – Hits dished out by Brad Staubitz in Saturday's game. Since joining the Habs on February 27, Staubitz has also racked up quite the minutes in the penalty box, with 24 minutes in only three games.

6 – Shots on goal by Max Pacioretty in Saturday's game making his grand total of shots to 229, a team high this season.

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