During tonight's game, someone on the Panthers Board thought they were the only franchise against whom the Habs had a losing record. That led me to do a quick search. He was wrong. Mind you, in today NHL's new maths, he was almost right, both teams apparently having a winning record. Before tonight's game, Florida was 30-23-6-7 (wins-losses-ties-OT/SO losses), while Montreal was 30-28-6-2. Assuming OT/SO losses to be losses, both teams were at .500, 30-30-6. Minnesota and Montreal also have a .500 record against each other, at 4-3-1-1. It was not surprising to see that Montreal actually had a losing record against only 2 franchises in the history of the NHL. They were 48-55-10 against the 1917-1934 incarnation of the Ottawa Senators. The second franchise was more of a "What?" Colombus, whose record against the Habs is 5-4-1-0. Who would have thought?