Found October 24, 2011 on Habsblog:
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Saturday night was a total heart-breaker. I decided to watch the game at Real Sports Bar in Toronto with a bunch of friends who had all heard about the Jumbo screens, and the fact that the place holds 1000 people.  As is always the case in Toronto, there were many Habs fans in attendance. To my pleasure, our group which consisted of 3 Leafs fans, 2 Habs fans and 1 Sens fans were seated next to a table of 10 from Montreal. Things started out well. It didn’t end how we would have wanted. The positives were there: Eller has had a fantastic start to the year. He also played a heck of a game. While he only has 2 assists on the year, you get the sense that he’s going to have a break out season given how many chances he’s creating with his puck distributing skills. His pass to Moen to get the game rolling was a beauty. Speaking of Moen – he currently leads the team in scoring. His 4 goals are double that of Plekanec, Kostitsyn, and Pacioretty (all of whom he is tied with for points – 5). N...
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