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The Numbers game - March 31, 2010

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
MONTREAL – Here’s a numerical look at the match-up between the Habs and the 'Canes at the Bell Centre on Wednesday night.


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- Time needed for the Hurricanes to register their second shot on goal of the first period, with Carolina failing to add another shot over the remaining 5:33 of the frame, while the Habs peppered Cam Ward with 12 shots.

22 - Power-play points amassed by Marc-Andre Bergeron in only 54 games this season, only three shy of his career high of 25 set in 2006-07 with the Oilers/Islanders over 78 games.

80 – Faceoff win percentage enjoyed by Habs center Dominic Moore against the ‘Canes, with the veteran pivot winning eight of his 10 draws on the night.

30 - Years soon-to-be-retired Kerry Fraser has been an NHL referee, with the veteran zebra calling his last game in Montreal on Wednesday night. 

2 - Number of unforgettable calls in the Canadiens favor whistled by over his career, including his infamous called off goal against Alain Cote of the Nordiques during the 1987 playoffs and his illegal stick measurement on Marty McSorley of the Kings during the 1993 Stanley Cup Finals.

1 - Days this season spent in the top eight spots in the Eastern Conference standings by the Hurricanes, who managed that only on October 9 when they sat eighth.

103 - Days this season spent in the top eight spots in the Eastern Conference standings by the Canadiens, not counting the two-week long Olympic break in February.

See also:
The amazing race
Edged by 'Canes
Boxscore
Standings
Stars of the game
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