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The Numbers Game - September 24, 2010

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens
MONTREAL -- Here's a numerical look at  the preseason match-up between the Habs and the Sens at the Bell Centre on Friday night.

2 – Number of Danish exports in the lineup on Friday night, with Rodovre native Lars Eller winning the battle of the Danes against Herning-born Senator Peter Regin in his Habs debut.

1 – Number of games played by Senators forward Corey Locke with the Habs in his career, having been drafted 113th overall by Montreal in 2003.

169 – Number of days since former Hab Alex Kovalev last saw NHL action, returning to play against his old team after suffering an injury on April 8.

1:12 – Amount of time Ian Schultz was on his best behavior in his first game as a Hab, dropping the gloves with Senators Cody Bass on just his second shift of the game. 

461 – Kilometers separating the hometowns of Quebec-born Habs Mathieu Darche (Saint-Laurent), David Desharnais (Quebec City) and Mathieu Carle (Gatineau), who combined to score the Canadiens’ third goal of the night in the second period.

4 – Number of preseason wins the Canadiens have racked up against the Senators in nine outings since 2006-07.

6 – Game-high number of hits thrown by Ryan White in the match-up, leading the Habs to a 32-16 edge in the category over their Northeast Division rivals.

10 – Number of Habs who made their way onto the scoresheet on Friday night, including young guns Dustin Boyd, Alex Henry, Ryan White, Mathieu Carle and David Desharnais.

25:01 - Game-high ice time enjoyed by rookie blue-liner Alexandre Picard in his first preseason game of the year.

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