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The Numbers Game - May 2

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
PITTSBURGH-- Here’s a numerical look at Game 2 between the Canadiens and Penguins at Mellon Arena on Sunday afternoon.

420-Canadiens players to have ever suited up for a postseason game for the Habs, with Ben Maxell being the latest player to join the long list after being a healthy scratch in the first eight games of the 2010 playoffs.

17-Years since a Habs player last scored at least seven goals in one playoff year prior, with Michael Cammalleri joining Paul Di Pietro, Vincent Damphousse and Kirk Muller, who all did it during Montreal’s Cup run in 1993.

8-Goals scored by Cammalleri do far in the 2010 playoffs, the most of any player in the NHL.

-Times NHL playoff point leader Sidney Crosby has now been held off the scoresheet this spring.

- Percentage of P.K. Subban’s career NHL games in which he has picked up at least a point, with the smooth-skating defenseman notching his fifth point in six games.

4-Points amassed by Gomez in the first two games of this series to lead all Habs.

3-Career games played against the Penguins by Benoit Pouliot, who picked up his first-ever point versus Pittsburgh when he helped set up Brian Gionta’s first period goal as the big winger made his return to his old line with Gio and Gomez in Game 2.

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