There are many Habs looking to hit NHL benchmarks this season, here's a brief look at who's chasing what.
Mathieu Darche has elevated his level of play, it seems he'd like to avoid the press box so he can play his 200th NHL game, he's also after 50 career points.
Hal Gill would probably like to play the full season so he can reach the 1000 game mark, 12 more points would have him at 175 career points as well.
Brian Gionta is looking to break his slump to hit both the 200 goals and 200 assist mark this season. He will play his 600th game this season if all goes well.
Scott Gomez will play his 800th NHL game on Thursday and is after the 500 assists mark in the NHL. This could recieve mixed applause from the Habs fanbase I suspect.
Josh Gorges will be going for 400 career games this season.
Jeff Halpern would like to continue his pace so he can play his 800th NHL game this year, hit the 200 assist marker and optimistically 350 career NHL points.
Roman Hamrlik who leads all Canadiens in career games, will celebrate his 1300th NHL game this season and soon 600 career points.
Andrei Kostitsyn is after 300 career NHL games and with an exceptional season, both 100 career goals and 100 career assists.
Maxim Lapierre has had a sluggish start, he'll likely play his 300th NHL game this season but his scoring totals means 50 career goals or 50 career assists this season is not likely.
Andrei Markov, avoiding injury for the rest of the year is looking for 400 career points and 300 career assists.
Head Coach Jacques Martin is going for 600 career wins in the NHL. He will also coach his 1200th game against the Toronto Maple Leafs on November 20th, much to the chagrin of some Habs fans.
Travis Moen is going for 500 games in the NHL.
Tomas Plekanec should have over 300 NHL points including 200 assists this season.
Carey Price would like to reach 100 career wins this season and have his first 30-win season of his NHL career.
Tom Pyatt is looking to have 100 career NHL games this season.
Jaroslav Spacek is 10 games away from 800 in the NHL.Habs looking for NHL Metal:
Tomas Plekanec deserves some consideration for the Selke Trophy.
P.K. Subban would probably like to add the Calder Trophy to his awards case.
Andrei Markov, is the Norris finally within his reach?