Streaming Sens games (AHL/NHL) whenever possible, SU football, Time Warner Cable Sports, and anything I happen to be watching on TV.
I have been, and always will be, the biggest Ottawa Senators fan in NY state. When I was playing pee-wee's in 1992 and started to take notice of the NHL my parents got me TBL and Ottawa Senators hats for Xmas. My family would go up to Ottawa for the tulip festival and the commute up I-81 became shorter and shorter each year. I didn't really start to become actively engaged with the Sens until I got my first computer and visited my first website ottawasenators.com in 1996. While serving in the Army from 95 - 99 I would watch the standings as Ottawa inched closer to their first playoff berth. I saw the highlights of Steve Duschene beat Hasek low on the far side and Ottawa held off the final 5 mins. That night, with only ESPN and ESPN2 available for anything hockey-related stationed in Georgia, I was watching the final Caps game and John Buccigross would step in to show the highlight of Duschene's goal and then the final buzzer as the Sens held on. I was royally intoxicated at a friend's house and after he brought me back to my barracks room I was making all sorts of noise as my friends helped me back into my room. Everyone I worked with knew I was a die hard Sens fan and they all had a little mini-party to celebrate although it was really just an excuse to pound some beers :)
Then I began to experience the heartbreak of watching Ottawa try so hard only to be outdone every year. First it was Derek Plante in OT - a game that went till 2 in the morning and I had to be at physical training the next day at 5:30 am. I broke all the hockey sticks I had in my room (about 5) and didn't sleep. Then Janne Laukennen scored the winner to cap off the series vs NJ, but then down 3-1 in the series and 1-0 in game 5 Damien Rhodes gave up a slap shot by Richard Zednik in the 3rd period that pretty much ended any hopes and destroyed another set of sticks. The following year I was on temporary duty in Bahrain and running the treadmill in the morning while watching highlights of Sens losing in OT to Buffalo, going down 2-0, and then Vaclav Varada finished off the Sens in game 4. Then I suffered through the Leaf series', and finally Ottawa made it all the way to the conference finals only to see them lose in the final 3 mins of game 7. Then another Leaf thrashing, albeit in 7 games.
I could go on and on about other disappointments but basically I've been a Sens fan since the start, and I pride myself on representing wherever I can. I don't try and force my interests on anyone else, but everyone who knows me in any respect is quite aware that there's only 1 team for which I bleed red, white, black and gold. I also drive down to Binghamton to catch a game when I can. Sometimes when I drive up to Ottawa for a game I'll see a few Sens stickers or flags in places like Syracuse, Watertown, or Ogdensburg. In addition to Ottawa I work on the Syracuse University campus and I support athetics as much as I can. The SU football programme is on the rise, and I hope someday an NHL game is hosted in the Carrier Dome!