Patrick Roy’s average, the best among all playoff goaltenders.

The exceptional efficiency of Patrick Roy. He was second only to Curtis Joseph of the Blues (.938).

Patrick Roy’s number of wins for the Canadiens in the playoffs, he is second in franchise history behind Ken Dryden.

Patrick Roy’s number of playoff wins in his career. That’s an NHL record, as is his 6,559 playoff saves.

The number of points of Vincent Damphousse, the Canadiens’ leading scorer, but only 4th in the NHL standings.

The number of points for Kirk Muller, who trailed Damphousse at the Canadiens, but only 13th in the NHL standings.

The number of points for Eric Desjardins, who finished the playoffs as the NHL’s leading defenseman in scoring.

The number of game-winning goals each for Kirk Muller, Vincent Damphousse and John LeClair.

The number of overtime wins for the Canadian, an NHL record that still stands.

The number of consecutive playoff wins, a record shared with the Blackhawks (1992) and Penguins (1992) that still stands.

The Canadiens finished the season with 102 points, which placed the team 6th in the NHL… but 4th in the exceptional Prince of Wales division.