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The Numbers Game - May 6

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
MONTREAL -- Here’s a numerical look at Game 4 between the Habs and Pens at the Bell Centre on Thursday night.

2 – Shots needed for the Canadiens to solve Marc-Andre Fleury to open the scoring as Tom Pyatt got the Habs on the board only 2:34 into the game.

252 – Players in over 100 years of Canadiens history to have scored a playoff goal for the Habs, with Pyatt being the latest and eighth player to join that group during the 2010 playoffs.
52 – Length in seconds that the Habs' early lead stuck, with a mauling of P.K. Subban flying under the radar leading to a breakaway goal by Maxime Talbot that tied the game at the 3:27 mark of the first period.

9:50 – Elapsed time between the second Penguins goal and the following whistle, with the first period whizzing by with no stoppages between the 14:42 and 4:52 minute marks.

1:33 – Time between Maxim Lapierre notching the equalizer for the Habs and Brian Gionta potting the go-ahead goal to put the good guys up 3-2 in the third period.

6 – Number of times since the 2010 Playoffs began that the Canadiens have been outshot by at least 10 shots by an opponent.

1– Number of asthma inhalers flung onto the ice to join an impressive number of 2010 Playoff towels in protest of a seemingly phantom penalty call on Mathieu Darche at a pivotal point of the third period.

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