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The Numbers Game - Nov. 25, 2011

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

PHILADELPHIA – Here's a numerical look at the Habs' Friday afternoon match-up with the Flyers in Philadelphia.

81 – Number of points accumulated by Jaromir Jagr against the Canadiens over the course of his career. The Czech sniper was sidelined from Friday afternoon’s game due to injury.

3:21 – Frederic St-Denis ice time in Friday’s game, with the defenseman putting a different hat and jumping up to play forward in the absence of Scott Gomez. St-Denis would find himself on the fourth line, flanking Aaron Palushaj and Petteri Nokelainen.

489 – Number of NHLers that have scored at least one goal in a Canadiens uniform, with Petteri Nokelainen adding his name to the list on Friday afternoon with first-period marker against the Flyers.

23 – Thanks to a first period assist, the number of games in the Canadiens current campaign needed by Josh Gorges to nail the 10-point mark, an accomplishment that took him 82 games to reach in the 2009-10 season.

6 – Number of hits logged by Alexei Emelin in Friday’s game, doubling and quadrupling the hits of any other player on the at that point. Emelin currently ranks second in the NHL in hits by a rookie and would finish the match with a total of 55.

40 – Total number of consecutive penalties now killed off by the Canadiens, adding another 4 Friday afternoon. The Habs have been unbeaten shorthanded in their last 10 games.



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