The two KHL teams that made up almost the entirety of Russia’s gold medal-winning Olympic roster ended their conference final battle with a Game 6 overtime classic. CSKA Moscow delivered the relative upset victory over the superteam SKA St. Petersburg in the 3-2 sudden death win.
Arsenal blew the doors off a geriatric CSKA Moscow team in the Europa League today, winning by a score of 4-1. The best goal of the bunch was this beautiful little flick that came off the side of Aaron Ramsey’s foot:
Manchester City traveled to Russia today to take on CSKA Moscow in a Champions League match, and the two sides are currently playing in an entirely empty stadium because CSKA fans were banned from attending for being racist all the time.
Champions League soccer is back on today, and English side Manchester City traveled to Russia to play CSKA Moscow. City won, 2-1. City have the better team, so the result itself isn't shocking. But going to Russia to play soccer sucks. It's far. It's cold. The environment is oppressive. CSKA are actually really,…
While the NHL and the NHLPA may or may not be making significant progress toward saving the season, hockey rages on abroad. Hopefully I'll have reason to stop doing these posts soon, but in the meantime, here's your second weekly KHL fix.
Last year, the Blazers' and international legend suffered a heart attack while playing basketball. He was supposed to take it easy after that. "The doctors told me, 'You can't smoke, you can't drink, you can't play basketball.' So of the things I like, only sex is left."
CSKA Moscow is in Stockholm to play AIK tonight, in the first leg of a Europa League qualifier, and the Russians were just trying to get a good night's rest. Enter AIK fans, who showed up outside CSKA's hotel in the middle of the night with flares, fireworks, whistles and car horns.
The Miami Herald fell for a fun little prank last night, as the Heat took on CSKA Moscow. Two Floridians decked themselves out as CSKA fans, played the part of Russians, and woudn't you know: the Herald made them the lede.