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The Numbers Game - Oct. 29, 2011

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

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

14:11 – Amount of time needed by Johnny Boychuk to draw the first call of the game, heading off for holding to give the Habs their first power play of the night in the first period.

75 – Number of seconds needed by Tomas Plekanec to make Boychuk pay for his bad behavior, blasting his first power play goal of the year past Tuukka Rask from the point.

1:16 – Elapsed time between Plekanec’s opening marker and Lars Eller’s first goal of the season, giving the Habs a 2-0 lead heading into the first intermission.

30 – Percentage of Eller’s NHL goals that have come against the Boston Bruins, scoring his third career goal against the B’s on Saturday night.

9:55 – Time needed by the Bruins to register their third shot of the night, still managing to finish with 28 compared to the Canadiens’ 27.

200 – Number of games played by Mathieu Darche in his NHL career, hitting the milestone against the Bruins on Saturday night.

55 – Number of players Travis Moen has fought over the course of his career, squaring off against Shawn Thornton for the first time in the middle of the second period.

10 – Number of shots fired by Michael Cammalleri and Erik Cole over the past two games against the Bruins, the most of any player on either team.

2 – Number of power play goals scored by the Canadiens on Saturday night, going 4-for-15 with the man advantage in the past four games after starting the season with just two goals in 29 opportunities.

Notebook: Oct. 29, 2011
Aaron Palushaj assigned to Hamilton

Cole on a roll

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