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The Numbers Game - Nov. 10, 2009

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
MONTREAL – Here's a numerical look at the Canadiens-Flames match-up at the Bell Centre on Tuesday night.

11 – Players who originally sported the green and red 1910-11 jerseys worn by the Canadiens for the first time on Tuesday night.

774 – Players to have ever played at least one game for the Canadiens over the team’s 100-year history, following defenseman Jay Leach’s Habs debut on Tuesday night.

57 – Players to have worn the No. 20 for the Canadiens over 100 years in existence, following Leach’s first taste of life as a Hab against the Flames.

13 – Games played for the Canadiens by Craig Conroy over two seasons to begin his NHL career after being drafted 123rd overall by Montreal at the 1990 NHL Entry Draft.

1 – Punches needed for Travis Moen to drop Adam Pardy in their first period tussle.
5 – Number of hits thrown by Ryan White in his second NHL game, with the 21-year-old also dropping the gloves against Eric Nystrom for his first career fight in the first period.

23 – Years since the Flames last shut out the Canadiens, dating back to November 9, 1986 on a night when Mike Vernon kicked aside all 22 Habs’ shots.

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