PITTSBURGH – Here's a numerical look at Wednesday night's game between the Canadiens and the Penguins.
33 – Combined number of proud fathers, brothers, and sons of Habs players and hockey management staff who traveled with the team to Pittsburgh as part of the Canadiens 2015-16 Father & Son Road Trip.
7 – Number of consecutive games in which the Habs have scored at least one power play goal. Andrei Markov made quick work of the man advantage on Wednesday, blasting a shot past Marc-Andre Fleury from the blue line on the Habs’ first power play opportunity of the night. The Canadiens entered the contest with the third-ranked power play unit in the NHL.
4 – Number of hits dished out by Dale Weise in the first period alone to lead his teammates in that category on Wednesday.
16 – Number of points racked up by P.K. Subban through 17 games this season, to lead the NHL among d-men in the category. Teammate Andrei Markov meanwhile is tied for second at the position with 15, alongside Dallas Stars rearguard John Klinberg.
14 – Number of times, over those 17 games, the Habs have scored three goals or more. The Canadiens lead the NHL with a 3.64 goals per game average.
4 – Number of multi-point games for P.K. Subban this season. The Habs alternate captain picked up assists on Markov and Brian Flynn’s markers to lead the club, along with Tomas Plekanec, with one goal and 15 helpers.
1 – Number of shots the Canadiens held the Penguins to over the middle frame, helping give goaltender Mike Condon a breather in his fifth-consecutive start since November 1.
1 – Number of times Condon has allowed three goals or more this season. The first-year Hab has registered an incredible 0.940 save percentage and 1.57 goals against average to start his NHL career.
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