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The Numbers Game - Nov. 11, 2010

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
BOSTON – Here’s a numerical look at the Habs-Bruins tilt at TD Banknorth Garden in Boston on Thursday night.

56 – Number of Americans who have played at least 800 games in NHL history, including Scott Gomez who reached the milestone on Thursday night.

706 – Number of times the two Original Six rivals have met in regular-season play throughout NHL history, with the Habs now owning a 340-251-103-6 record in that span.
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15 – Number of games fans had to wait to see the first Habs-Bruins game of the campaign, the longest stretch since the start of 2002-03 when it took 22 games to finally kick off the rivalry in style.

19 – Number of seconds PK Subban needed on the Habs’ first power play of the game to notch his first-career regular-season NHL goal and put the visitors up 1-0 in the first period.

10 – Number of wins Carey Price has posted against the Bruins, the first NHL team he’s reached double-digits against in the wins column.

34 – Number of game-winning goals tallied by Brian Gionta in his nine-year career, giving the Habs the victory in Boston with his third-period tally.

2 – Number of power-play goals scored by the Habs on Thursday night, solving the league’s top penalty kill on 33.33% of their chances.

3 – Number of multi-point nights enjoyed by Michael Cammalleri so far this season, chipping in with two assists against the Bruins on Thursday night.

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