Jets/Giants (when they play each other, I root for the underdog)
Knicks (I really, really like the young core and even Malik [Rose])
Russian National Hockey Team
Russian National Football Team
Edmonton Oilers (Messier is the major reason)
HV71 in SEL, and pretty much every other sport Sweden is decent in but mainly football and hockey ofcourse.
I really want to have a big footballteam in Europe to cheer on but it is hard to just say "ohh, they look good, I am cheering on them", it seems so much easier to find a team when you are a child and let the emotions grow from then on.
Regarding the European football fans,it's much easier to follow the European soccer leagues these days.Between the Fox Soccer Channel and Gol TV,you can follow the EPL,Serie A,Spain,German football.ESPN2 and ESPN Classic have two Champions League games every Tuesday and Wednesday during tournament play which begins this week
^^ You guys were very observant in picking up Romano, who led the AJ in scoring as a young 88 a couple years ago, he was trained by the same guy who coached chris higgins and kasparitis growing up....
However, even with Du leaving next year, Biega's development coupled with the arrival of his younger brother should be enough to sweep next season at "both" Lynah rinks
hmm. The Red lost their 3 best players (McKee, Sasha, and O'Byrne) before the season started and everyone knew going in that it would be a rebuilding year. Durring that rebuilding year Cornell still managed to finish top four in the ECAC while relying heavily on a young and talented freshman class. None of the graduating seniors are irreplacable players, and the freshman and sophmores (the heart of the team) will only get better.
The Crimson where supposed to dominate the league this year. Instead they floundered, and the losses of Du and Reese will be felt harshly. Nobody Cornell lost was as important as either of those two.
For some reason, I don't see how Harvard comes out of this year in better position.
I also am a big mma fan, and Crocop and Fedor are my favorite fighters.
I've started to watch some Pride too. Its facinating.
I am hooked on that Fedor Emelianenko dude. He aren't that big, 6'0 and 230 lbs, almost a bit fat too, most amature bodybuilders would laugh at him, but just goes up against the bigggest baddest dudes there is on the face of the planet and kicks their *****. Looks like he is gooing to go to sleep right before a fights starts too.