Elisabeth Galina

Elisabeth Galina


Writer Elisabeth Galina was born in Montreal, a metropolitain city in Canada that sent their baseball team to live in Washington to have more money to spend on their somewhat decent hockey team.

As a child she lived in New Orleans where she learned to love the Saints and Harry Connick Jr. And although she is allergic to animals, she was thrilled when LSU won the BCS championship again, because of which she tends to yell out “Geaux Tigers!” for no reason at the most awkward of moments.

A chronic lactose intolerant with a penchant for eating dairy products, Elisabeth Galina likes to use humor as a defense mechanism.

Upon graduating from Concordia University in 2004, Elisabeth promptly moved to New York City to work for Rolling Stone magazine. Her plan was flawed, however as Rolling Stone magazine was never informed. She basically spent the summer trying to bum lifts to the Meadowlands to find fellow Canadian Jesse Palmer to borrow money. Once she returned to Montreal she discovered that someone from her childhood had been recently drafted by the Giants and now had no choice but to take them on as her “backup” team for when the Saints didn’t go marching in.

When she’s not busy telling people she went to preschool with Eli Manning to get free drinks, Elisabeth enjoys talking with a thick south Boston accent and practicing her speech for her future Oscar win in the “Best Original Screenplay” catergory.

She owes fifty cents to the New Jersey Turnpike and twelve dollars to the Palisades Parkway. She does not have an EZPass but continues to drive through EZPass lanes. Eventually she will be banned from the great state of New Jersey.

Elisabeth supports Matt Leinart in his decision to be a phenomenal quarterback in college yet stink in the NFL. “He’s pretty,” she says “So it works out.”

Her fantasy football team consists of seven quarterbacks, Randy Moss, Reggie Bush and one NHL goalie. “I like the underdogs,” she claims, “You know that autistic guy Cutler from Denver and that guy from New England who knocked up Natasha from Sex and the City.” When asked how her fantasy team is expected to perform well with seven quarterbacks, Randy Moss, Reggie Bush and one NHL goalie she replied “I’ve got Drew Brees playing tight end and Carey Price to run the ball. That’s allowed, right?”

Elisabeth despises Brett Favre because his name should be pronounced FAVRAY and whenever something goes wrong in her life she writes Brett FAVRAY a letter telling him to retire. On March 4th, he finally listened to her.

She hopes to one day become an American citizen. Joey Harrington since you have nothing to do, you should call her.

She decided to write her bio in the third person because that's what Ricky Henderson would do.

Should you want to hire Elisabeth for parties, Bar/Bat Mitzvah's or you work for TSN, RDS, ESPN etc and would like to offer her a job please email her at elisabeth.galina@gmail.com.

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    Jimmy Reno

    Please check out my articles breaking down the SEC this season.



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    Andrew Cahill

    Did the Patriots draft a sleeper? Maybe they did, but not why you think!


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    Captain Fanatic


    Could you let me know your mail?
    Appreciate it.


  • Jeff Kneis posted 3290 days ago

    Jeff Kneis

    Hey Elisabeth—Jeff here, a Bleacher Report Community Coordinator.

    I've been spending time on our NFL page and read a couple of your old articles. Really on-point analysis...you do good work.

    Given that you haven't written in a while, I thought I'd check in and see if you're interested in picking up your coverage again. What do you say?

    If not, it would be great if you could give me some feedback on why you decided to stop writing and what we could have done to better serve you. If you wouldn't mind, please shoot me a line at jeff@bleacherreport.com with any thoughts.

    Thanks so much,


  • Miah D. posted 3317 days ago

    Miah D.

    hey Elisabeth,

    havent seen u in a while, I thought I would drop u a line . cheicking out if everything is fine, and saying hi!

    (the stingers lost the Rouge et Or ... it stinks ...)

    Miah ;)

  • Dakota Rubin posted 3475 days ago

    Dakota Rubin

    Thats funny because most vermonters spend way too much time in Montreal (which is a much much better city than Burlington ever could hope to be)
    Congrats on the pick of the day.

  • Mike Dussault posted 3477 days ago

    Mike  Dussault

    Congrats on pick of day. Really funny. I'm proud to say I didn't have to google Ron Francis.