Celeb watching included TV's Brian Ross — and Lord Stanley's Cup

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SEEN ON THE SCENE: Brian Ross, ABC News chief investigating correspondent, was seen dining on the patio at Tavern on Rush Wednesday night — wonder what scandal he’s sniffing out in Our Town? … The line of Hawks fans snaked out of the door and around the block when Tony Esposito — protected by six of Chicago’s finest — escorted Lord Stanley’s Cup to the Hubbard Inn Wednesday night, happily posing for photos and signing autographs.

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