MONTREAL - Here's a numerical look at Tuesday night's game against the Ducks in Montreal.
– Number of games played by Mike Condon so far in 2015-16, setting a new career milestone as a pro after seeing action in 48 games in Hamilton last year. 66
– Percentage of Michael McCarron’s career NHL fights that have come against the Ducks, having dropped the gloves against Josh Manson on Tuesday after previously squaring off against Kevin Bieksa on March 2. 547
– Number of points racked up by Plekanec over the course of his 12-year NHL career, moving into 18th
spot alongside Guy Carbonneau on the Canadiens’ all-time points leaderboard with an assist on Torrey Mitchell's opening goal.
33 – Number of players who have registered at least one point for the Canadiens this season, with Mike Brown potting his first goal as a Hab, Darren Dietz registering an assist, and Joel Hanley picking up a pair of helpers against Anaheim.
2 – Number of points racked up by Hanley in two career NHL games to date, picking up a pair of assists against the Ducks in his second outing as a Hab.
5 – Number of NHL teams against whom Mitchell has registered eight or more points in his career, tipping one past John Gibson to give him eight career points against the Ducks – second behind only the Stars (9) on the Greenfield Park native’s all-time scoring tally.
10 – Number of shots needed by Brown to light the lamp for the first time as a member of the Canadiens, lifting the first of his Canadiens career over Gibson in the second period on Tuesday night.
1 – Number of times Alex Galchenyuk has taken a shorthanded faceoff in his career, winning his inaugural draw while on the kill against Shawn Horcoff in the second period.
14 – Number of times the Habs have scored three or more goals in a game since January 1, having posted a record of 11-2-1 when potting at least a trio in 2016.
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