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The Numbers Game: March 2, 2015

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

SAN JOSE – Here's a numerical look at Monday's game between the Habs and Sharks on the west coast.

19 – Number of games Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau missed as a result of suffering a concussion before making his return to the Canadiens’ lineup on Monday night in San Jose. Parenteau had not seen game action since January 15 in Ottawa.

27 – Number of shifts amassed by Jeff Petry on Monday night in his debut with the Canadiens. Petry, who was acquired from the Edmonton Oilers prior to the trade deadline, arrived at the SAP Center just three hours prior to puck drop.

34 – Number of players who’ve played at least one game with the Canadiens during the 2014-15 campaign, with Jeff Petry being the latest player to be added to that list by suiting up on Monday night.

10 – Number of consecutive road victories registered by Carey Price before dropping Monday night’s decision at the SAP Center in San Jose. His last road defeat was back on December 6, 2014 in Dallas.

13 – Number of players in the Canadiens’ lineup who blocked at least one shot attempt on Monday night in defense of Carey Price. They registered a combined 18 blocks during the tilt.

9 – Number of times in which a Canadiens player has amassed at least 240 shots on goal in a given season since 1997-98, with Max Pacioretty boasting three of his own after hitting that plateau with his second shot on Monday night.

0 – Number of power play opportunities enjoyed the Canadiens on Monday night in San Jose. It was the first time that Michel Therrien’s troops hadn’t benefitted from a man advantage in a game this season.

8 – Number of consecutive road losses the Canadiens have suffered in Northern California, including Monday night’s contest in San Jose. Their last win in area code 408 dates back to November 23, 1999.

- canadiens.com.

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