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The Numbers Game - Oct. 26, 2011

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

MONTREAL – Here's a numerical look at the game between the Canadiens and the Flyers at the Bell Centre on Wednesday night.

1346 – Number of days since the last time Jaromir Jagr played on Bell Centre ice. The date also marked the biggest comeback in Habs’ history as the team rallied back from a 5-0 deficit to beat the Rangers in a shootout. Jagr posted four points on the night.

10:43 – Amount of time needed by Jaromir Jagr to pick up right where he left off over three years ago, beating Carey Price with a one-timer midway through the first period, before giving a Jagr-style salute to the Montreal crowd.

100 – Percentage of Yannick Weber’s goals that have been scored on the power play in 2011-12, with the Habs defenseman bringing his total to two in eight games, blasting one past Ilya Bryzgalov with just under three seconds to play in the first period.

2 – Bounces that finally went the Canadiens’ way, with the puck ringing off the post and out rather than in on a Flyers second period power play and a pinball goal bumped into the back of the Philly net by Andrei Kostitsyn moments later.

0 – Number of games finally missed by Max Pacioretty after leaving Monday night’s game near the end of the second period. the Habs power forward was in the lineup and in top form Wednesday night scoring two goals and adding an assist the Flyers.

2:12 – Time elapsed between second period goals by Andrei Kostitsyn and Max Pacioretty, with the second giving the Habs their first two goal lead since their win over Winnipeg on October 9.

90 – Number of career goals scored by Andrei Kostitsyn, with the Habs forward quickly approaching his 100th, scoring over 20 goals in three of his last four seasons.

100 – Number of career win recorded by Carey Price; the 24-year-old All-Star stopping 5852 pucks en route to the milestone.

100 – Number of points accumulated by Habs sniper Michael Cammalleri in his career as a Canadien.

Perry Pearn relieved of his duties

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