Found May 05, 2013 on Diehardsport:

The Montreal Canadiens-Ottawa Senators rivalry has been growing by the second ever since Eric Gryba lit up Lars Eller.  After the Senators managed to gain a 5-1 lead, the Canadiens let their frustrations get the better of them in game three.  Unfortunately for them when they started this line brawl they figured they would win, but they thought wrong.  The Senators dusted them up in this line brawl and Ottawa is in command of this series.  It’s not often you see a line brawl in a playoff game and this one will be one to remember. The box score for the brawl is a long read: Montreal’s bench after the line brawl was pretty light. [HockeyVideoHD]

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