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The Numbers Game – March 12, 2014

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
MONTREAL - Here's a numerical look at the Canadiens-Bruins game at the Bell Centre on Wednesday night.

5 – Francis Bouillon is one of only five blueliners aged 38 or older still active in the NHL. The reliable veteran suited up for his 39th game of the season for the Habs, logging 24:03 in icetime along P.K. Subban.

510 – Career games for the Douglas Murray, who celebrated his 34th birthday on Tuesday by suiting up against the Bruins.

100 – Career games for Alex Galchenyuk. The second-year forward skated alongside Lars Eller and Daniel Briere.

6 – Shots for Max Pacioretty through two periods of play. The Habs’ sniper led all players on the ice in that category and added one assist on the night.

4 – Hits on Tuesday night for Alexei Emelin, who led his team in that chapter against Boston.

127:53 – The Habs, who lost against Phoenix last Thursday and the Sharks last Saturday, went the equivalent of over two games without lighting the lamp until David Desharnais scored against Tuukka Rask in the third period on Tuesday night.

61– Career points for Thomas Vanek against the Bruins heading into Wednesday night. The Austrian sniper, who has played in the same division as Boston almost his entire career, continues to be enemy number one for the Bruins, assisted on David Desharnais' goal.


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