PHILADELPHIA - Here's a numerical look at Saturday's game between the Canadiens and the Flyers at the Wells Fargo Center.
2 – Number of franchises against which the Philadelphia Flyers have an all-time losing record, one of which is the Canadiens, while the other is the Boston Bruins. Montreal held an 81-68-30-2 record against their opponents from the City of Brotherly Love entering Saturday night’s game at the Wells Fargo Center.
4 – Number of players in the Canadiens’ lineup on Saturday night that took part in the team’s most recent victory at the Wells Fargo Center which dates back to April 2, 2010. Those players include Carey Price, Travis Moen, Tomas Plekanec and Andrei Markov.
3 – Number of players participating in Saturday night’s game that hail from the Czech Republic town of Kladno, including Habs forwards Tomas Plekanec and Jiri Sekac, and Flyers forward Jakub Voracek.
10 – Number of kilometres from which Flyers goaltender Ray Emery’s new pads are visible as the veteran netminder sported various pieces of neon-colored protective equipment on Saturday night that clearly belonged in the 1980's.
9:51 – Ice time logged by Andrei Markov in the first period on Saturday night, just head of P.K. Subban, with the two defensemen being the lone players on both teams combined to surpass the nine-minute mark in that category through 20 minutes of play.
4 – Number of times defenseman Jarred Tinordi has registered five or more hits in a single game over the course of his NHL career, including Saturday night’s tilt in Philadelphia. The 22-year-old rearguard hit that mark once again in his first outing of the 2014-15 campaign.
2:07 – Time that elapsed between goals by Andrei Markov and Tomas Plekanec in the third period on Saturday night, cutting the Flyers lead to only one goal with just over 10 minutes remaining in regulation time.
Highlights: Canadiens @ Flyers
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