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The Numbers Game - November 11, 2014

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

MONTREAL - Here's a numerical look at Tuesday's game between the Canadiens and the Jets.

300 – Number of games played by P.K. Subban so far in his NHL career, celebrating the milestone moment against the Jets on Tuesday night. 

1 – Number of games played by Drayson Bowman in a Canadiens uniform to date, suiting up for his Habs debut on Tuesday in his 177th career NHL game.

4 – Number of minutes Evander Kane spent in the box in the first period alone, just 1:38 less than he spent on the ice after getting called for holding the stick and high sticking in the opening frame.

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6 – Number of points racked up by Lars Eller and Jiri Sekac in the last two games, having picked up four on Saturday against the Wild before Eller completed a great net drive by his Czech linemate to open the scoring on Tuesday night. 

70 – Percentage of faceoffs won by Manny Malhotra on the night, padding his NHL-leading faceoff efficiency after winning 16 of his 23 draws against the Jets.

3 – Consecutive number of games in which the Canadiens have scored first, after having failing to do so in all but one of the first 13 games of the season. 

3 – Number of times Tomas Plekanec has fired five or more shots in a game in 2014-15, leading the team with six shots - including one goal - on Tuesday against Winnipeg. 

5 – Number of goals scored by Alex Galchenyuk in 2014-15 following his third period marker on Tuesday night, now tied for second on the team – one behind Max Pacioretty – in that category.

2 – Number of shorthanded goals scored by Plekanec, now tied for second in the NHL in that category.


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