Fuu... It's been a good while since I made a base post, hasn't it? xD Almost a month, eep. o.o Sorry about that~ But anyway, here are 100 99 bases for you to have fun with! -^^- (Wtf keeps happening to that one icon I keep missing? I'm not missing any icons while making the table, dammit!)
Cardcaptor Sakura x oo3 Gundam SEED x o14 Gravitation x oo4 Hockey x oo7 Inuyasha x oo9 Loveless x oo1 Naruto x o57 Rurouni Kenshin x oo2 Yu Yu Hakusho x oo2
*yawn* I suppose a 30-minute nap did me some good after staying up until 1 AM RPing with Saku. Meh, I didn't start getting tired until about an hour ago anyway. But anyway, I bring one massive dump of icons. And by massive, I mean by nearly 200 icons. 183 total, so I'd like yo ask you to please be patient and bear with me while the page loads, okay? Okay.
We are a student group at Boston University's School of Management who are desperately trying to finish a project so that we can eat turkey.
One final (ridiculously short!) survey for anyone that is involved in hockey, figure skating, or ice skating of any kind. If you can take this 2 minute survey you will be providing us with a vital piece of information to complete our project. Thanks in advance for your time!
We are a group of students at Boston University who are working on a project that involves the ice skating industry. If you play hockey, figure skate, or skate recreationally, it would be a huge help if you could take two minutes to take this survey for us! The survey is located here: http://websurveyor.net/wsb.dll/34802/skating.htm
We are a group of juniors at Boston University who are completing a business development project. We’re developing a new product in the ice skating industry. It would be a great help if you could take our five minute survey, located at http://websurveyor.net/wsb.dll/34802/iceskatingsurvey.htm. One of our requirements is to collect 500 of these surveys so your five minutes means the world to us.
hey, i just wanted to let any hockey players know that a new synthetic ice facility recently opened up in fairfield. the place offers goalie training & conditioning and it also offers a shooting lane for players to work on their shot. its pretty awesome esp. to get into right before the season starts.
Here's a breakdown of the Devils draft picks for 2006, with some info on each. Most of the info is taken from hockeysfuture.com, but in some cases I had to dig elsewhere. Obviously, with some of these kids there isn't a lot of info out there yet, especially the younger guys further into the draft. I posted what I could find.
The Washington Capitals have acquired left wing Jeff Friesen from the New Jersey Devils in exchange for a conditional pick in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft.
The Devils are over the league salary cap and needed to shed some money. Friesen was scheduled to make $2.28 million this season. The Devils are still not under the cap and more changes could be coming.
The Capitals, on the other hand, have plenty of cap space and are happy to have a veteran to help their young players.
"Jeff brings speed, Stanley Cup-winning experience and leadership to our locker room," Capitals vice president and general manager George McPhee said. "We look forward to having him on our hockey club."
Friesen, 29, has played 10 NHL seasons with San Jose, Anaheim and New Jersey, recording 493 points (208 goals, 285 assists) in 770 games. Friesen has posted five 20-goal seasons, including career bests in goals (31) and points (63) in 1997-98 with San Jose.
Friesen played 81 games for the Devils in 2003-04, recording 17 goals and 20 assists (37 points). He was the team's second-leading goal scorer and finished fourth on the team in points. The year before Friesen helped lead the Devils to the Stanley Cup, following his 51-point regular season with 10 goals and four assists in 24 playoff games, finishing second in the NHL in playoff goals and tied for seventh in points.
Friesen was a first-round draft pick (11th overall) of the San Jose Sharks in the 1994 Entry Draft. A member of the NHL All-Rookie Team in 1994-95, he played parts of four seasons with the Regina Pats of the Western Hockey League (WHL), earning WHL and Canadian Hockey League Rookie of the Year honors in 1993.
:( I knew this move was coming, but I wished that Freeze would go to a contending team...mainly the Sj Sharks, but no he got delt to the worst team in the NHL the Washington Capitals :( I'm really going to miss Freeze even though he had a not so good 2004 season. I'll never forget game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals where he saved the Devils by scoring on Ottawa with less than 3 mins in the 3rd. I really hope that he gets to a cup contending team in the near future. Take care Freeze and you'll have a special place in the Devils 2003-2004 Cup run.