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The Numbers Game - November 28, 2014

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

BUFFALO - Here's a numerical look at Friday's game between the Canadiens and the Sabres in Buffalo.

1,440 – Number of minutes separating the most recent game against Buffalo and the game at First Niagara Center on Friday night, following the first tilt between the two teams on November 5.

1,750 – Number of days since the Canadiens last faced the same team twice in two different cities on back-to-back nights, dating back to a pair of games between the Habs and Flyers on February 12 and 13, 2010.

8 – Number of games played by Eric Tangradi against the Sabres in his career prior to Friday night, when the 25-year-old winger made his Habs debut in Buffalo.
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5 – Number of goals scored by the Sabres against the Canadiens in the five previous games between the two teams prior to Friday night, with the Habs recording 16 goals in that same span.

2 – Number of times Brandon Prust and Chris Stewart have dropped the gloves against each other in their careers, with the two squaring off for the first time on Friday since their inaugural tilt on November 17, 2009, while Prust was a member of the Flames and Stewart was with Colorado.

5 – Number of hits dished out by new super-sized blue-liner Bryan Allen in his third game as a Hab, leading all Canadiens in that category on Friday night.

27 – Number of penalty minutes accrued by Prust against the Sabres, bringing his season total to a team leading 62 in 24 games.

12 – Number of points amassed by P-A Parenteau in 15 career games against the Sabres getting his sixth goal of the season on Friday night in Buffalo.

3 – Number of power play goals scored by Parenteau so far this season, taking over the team lead in that department with his great effort with the man advantage in the third period.

10 – Number of assists racked up by David Desharnais in 2014-15 to date, becoming the first Hab to hit double digits in helpers this season with an assist on Parenteau’s power play marker.


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