WINNIPEG – Here's a numerical look at Thursday's game between the Habs and the Jets in Winnipeg.
38 – Difference, in pounds, between the heaviest player on the Winnipeg Jets’ roster, Dustin Byfuglien, who weighs in at a league-leading 260 lbs., and Greg Pateryn, who leads the Canadiens at 222 lbs.
199 – Number of consecutive games in which the Canadiens’ resident iron man P.K. Subban has laced up his skates. Subban hasn’t missed a single game since January 30, 2013.
200 – Number of career games Brendan Gallagher has played in the NHL, including Thursday night’s contest in Winnipeg. Gallagher reached the milestone in his third full season in the League.
5,635 – Number of days that have elapsed since referee Tim Peel officiated his first career NHL game back on October 21, 1999 in a tilt featuring the Avalanche and the Senators. Peel officiated his 1,000th NHL game on Thursday night.
12 – Number of times this season in which the Canadiens have fired 20 shots on goal or less for an entire game. Michel Therrien's troops hit that mark through 20 minutes of play on Thursday night, directing 20 shots in Jets netminder Ondrej Pavelec's direction in the first period alone.
2 – Number of times during the 2014-15 campaign that the Canadiens have registered at least 20 shots on goal in a single period, including December 30 in the second period against the Florida Panthers and March 26 against the Winnipeg Jets in the opening frame.
43 – Number of points that Andrei Markov has racked up this season, matching his point haul from last year in six less games. The Russian rearguard scored his ninth goal of the season in the second period on Thursday night in Winnipeg.
16 – Number of Canadiens players who registered at least one shot on goal over the course of Thursday night's game in Winnipeg. Only Brandon Prust and Torrey Mitchell didn't amass a shot on Ondrej Pavelec.
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