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The Numbers Game - November 4, 2014

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

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

206 – Number of days since Michael Bournival last suited up for a regular season game at the Bell Centre, seeing action for the first time in 2014-15 against the Blackhawks on Tuesday after being a healthy scratch for the first 12 games of the campaign.

605 – Number of games coached by Michel Therrien in his NHL career to date, ringing in his 51st birthday on Tuesday behind the bench against an Original Six opponent.

2 – Number of Waite boys taking in Tuesday’s game from the pressbox, namely Habs goalie coach Stephane and his brother, Blackhawks goalie coach, Jimmy.

11 – Number of times – of a possible 13 games this season – in which the Canadiens have conceded the first goal of the night, seeing the trend continue with Jonathan Toews’ opening marker in the first period on Tuesday. The Habs are now 6-4-1 when forced to come from behind.

0 – Number of times in 2014-15 that the Canadiens have headed to the first intermission with a lead, having either been tied or trailing after 20 in all 13 games so far this year. 

18:21 – Amount of ice time enjoyed by P.K. Subban through two periods, making the Habs blue-liner the only player on either team to hit the 18 minute mark by the second intermission.

6 – Number of hits dished out by Alexei Emelin in the game, helping vault the Russian rearguard past Alex Galchenyuk for the team lead in that category with 28 so far this season.


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