Nine shutouts this season: A franchise record.
Three shutouts in a row: The most since 1949 – six years before Red Fisher began covering your Montreal Canadiens.
18 shots on goal on home ice: A season low.
The ritual trashing of Scott Gomez: no SoG, 6-10 on faceoffs.
Present in the room and putting up a brave front: Four of the highest-salaried players on the team _ Gomez, Mike Cammalleri, Brian Gionta, Tomas Plekanec.
Shots by the aforementioned four millionaires: Five.
Number of goals Carey Price can allow for his team to have a chance: 0.
Goaltender in the third game Canadiens were blanked in 1949: Bill Durnan … who wasn’t picked as First Star.
Goals Cammalleri has scored since Dec. 19: Four
Goals Scott Gomez has scored in 2011: Two
Goals Benoit Pouliot has scored in the last 18 games: 0
Goals James Wisniewski has scored since being acquired on Dec. 28: Five
Goals the Wild have scored since the last of eight Canadiens goals in Minnesota: Four
Power play time for P.K. Subban: 1:03
Power play time for Roman Hamrlik: 1:50
Games Martin Hamrlik, visiting from the Czech Republic, has seen his brother play: The last three.
ToI for Mathieu Darche: 5:09
For Ryan White: 6:08
Hits by the Canadiens in their three shutout losses: 71
Hits by their three victorious opponents: 37
Number of times Jacques Martin has stressed the importance of net presence: at least 76, once after every game.
Stat line on Nicklas Backstrom, who was not one of the Three Stars: two assists, plus-2, seven SoG
Goaltenders the Canadiens likely will face on the road between now and the end of the season: Cam Ward, Martin F. Brodeur, Craig Anderson and James Reimer