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Shelby Rose
17 February 2017 @ 09:35 pm
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I don't ask for a lot, but there are some precautionary things. ;D
- I like hockey. A lot. I like the Buffalo Sabres. A lot. (Also have a soft spot for the Pittsburgh Penguins, Vancouver Canucks, and Anaheim Ducks.) I like Thomas Vanek. A little bit too much. Not okay with you? Please don't add me. Unless you're a cool hockey fan, and can stand my constant fangirling and rants. =D
- I like music. All sorts. Feel free to introduce me to some bands too, if you would like. ;)
- Commenting on my entries every once and awhile would be nice. I want to know that you added me for a reason, not just because you're a stalker.
- No bashing!

I like friends. :) Feel free to add me, and leave me a comment!
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Shelby Rose
20 March 2011 @ 10:36 pm

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Shelby Rose
07 March 2010 @ 10:20 am
Post anon and tell me:

1. One secret.
2. One compliment.
3. One non-compliment.
4. One love note, but it does not have to be for me.
5. Lyrics to a song.
6. How old you are.
7. How long we've been friends.
8. And a hint to who you are.

It'll be fun, guys.

Edit: Thanks to Melissa for telling me this has to be public before you can comment. Go me.
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Current Music: I Don't Wanna Miss A Thing by Aerosmith.
Shelby Rose
18 December 2008 @ 05:33 pm
Sabres roll the low-light reel
Devils make Buffalo pay for mistakes
By John Vogl
News Sports Reporter

One thing has become obvious with the Buffalo Sabres. They aren't good enough to overcome mistakes.

When the Sabres play a solid, clean game, they can compete with anyone. It's shown recently with victories over New Jersey and Pittsburgh, two teams that had been playing well entering the meetings.

But when the Sabres err, they have little chance. Take Wednesday night. The Sabres gave up a huge rebound, lacked discipline at a crucial juncture, turned the puck over in their zone and followed by failing to get it out when given the chance.

The result, as if there was any doubt? A 5-3 loss to the Devils in HSBC Arena.

The Sabres' home woes continued as mistake after mistake doomed them to their third loss in the past four games at the foot of Washington Street.

"We stick to our game, we play our game simple with hard hockey, we're a tough team to beat," Sabres center Paul Gaustad said. "Tonight, we made some mistakes we shouldn't."

Most of them ended up in the net. On four of the five goals, miscues led to the red light going on:

*Travis Zajac gobbled up a juicy rebound served by Ryan Miller to make it 1-0 just 96 seconds into the game. The Sabres cleared a path for Miller to see Mike Mottau's shot from the point, and when the puck got to Miller, he directed it to the slot with his blocker. Zajac whistled it right back past it.

"Teams are really good in this league, and if you're not prepared and not ready to go, they'll take advantage of it," Sabres forward Patrick Kaleta said.

*Disciplined play helped the Sabres in their 4-2 victory in New Jersey on Saturday, but its disappearance allowed the Devils to take a 2-1 lead. One game after staying out of the penalty box, the Sabres trudged to it twice in 49 seconds to set up a New Jersey five-on-three.

Clarke MacArthur, bounced around repeatedly on a long shift, took out his frustration with a cross-check as he went to the bench. Henrik Tallinder joined him after a hooking call. The Devils came through when Zach Parise buried his own rebound with two seconds left on the two-man advantage. It was the first power-play goal allowed by the Sabres in four games and just their second in the past 11. Both came on five-on-threes.

"That's a bad penalty," Sabres coach Lindy Ruff said of MacArthur. "Our penalty killing has been excellent, but you don't need to take undisciplined penalties the way we took them. They end up catching up to you."

*The Devils' third goal, which gave them a 3-1 lead, came when Bryce Salvador's shot hit the skate of a Sabres player in front. No mistake there.

But the fourth goal was a clear error. David Clarkson swiped the puck from defenseman Nathan Paetsch in the Buffalo zone, and he walked in alone to beat Miller. It gave the Devils a 4-2 lead with 13:56 to play.

*A litany of errors by Maxim Afinogenov allowed New Jersey to widen the lead to 5-2 with 10:29 left. His weak clear attempt was kept in by Clarkson, who then walked right around the winger. Miller stopped Clarkson's chance, but Brian Rolston put home the rebound right in front of Afinogenov.

"We overplayed, made some bad mistakes," Ruff said. "It's mistakes that we typically haven't been making on the road, we make at home.

"We could have easily got the puck out on the fifth goal. We could have easily got it out on the fourth goal, and we overplayed those.

"Ryan had a tough night. We had a couple defensemen that had a tough night."

There were too many tough nights to overcome goals by Drew Stafford, Kaleta and Gaustad. The Sabres have two days to fix them as the Los Angeles Kings visit the Sabres' house of mediocrity on Friday.

"There's going to be mistakes out there no matter what," Kaleta said, "but you've got to rebound from them and work harder."
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Current Music: Roby Radio.
Shelby Rose
09 December 2008 @ 06:51 pm
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Shelby Rose
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  I will marry Drew Stafford.  
  After a wild honeymoon, We will settle down in Austria in our fabulous House.  
  We will have 17 kid(s) together.  
  Our family will zoom around in a Green Beetle.
  I will spend my days as a Photographer, and live happily ever after.  
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Shelby Rose
09 June 2008 @ 08:26 pm
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Shelby Rose
22 May 2007 @ 11:02 pm
2x Maxim Afinogenov
1x Daniel Briere
1x Brian Campbell
1x Dmitri Kalinin
1x Adam Mair
3x Ryan Miller
1x Teppo Numminen
1x Andrew Peters
1x Jason Pominville
1x Derek Roy
1x Thomas Vanek
1x Dainius Zubrus

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Pictures from www.sabres.com.
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Current Music: Passion by Utada Hikaru.
Shelby Rose
03 March 2007 @ 12:58 am
1x Thomas Vanek & Daniel Briere
2x Thomas Vanek & Derek Roy
4x Thomas Vanek (♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥)
1x Thomas Vanek on Versus
2x Toni Lydman

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Shelby Rose
02 March 2007 @ 06:46 am
1. We see that the episode are starting to "recycle" some of the season one monsters. What monsters would you like to see revisited?

I'd really like the Strigas to be revisited. Something Wicked was a very good episode, and I loved how they showed the Wee!Winchesters. I'm hoping they can bring tese creatures back, but have Sam save Dean from it this time.

2. In the season one finale, Sam draws the devil's trap onto the impala and explains its function, and although this symbol is not brought up again, the episode title is Devil's Trap. What do you think is its the significance?

Well, think about it. At the end of the episode, the yellow eyed demon totalled the Impala, correct? That could be because those signs somehow performed the opposite of what they're supposed to do and caused the demon to try and kill them likie that.

3. What is your favourite season two episode so far? And why?

Born Under A Bad Sign. Mainly because of evil!Sam, and to see what it would be like if he really did go all evil. Jared's acting was...awesome. There's no other word to describe his acting in that episode, it was so amazing.

4. Sam or evil!Sam?

What a tough question! *laughs* I'd go for puppy dog faced Sam over evil!Sam anyday, thank you.

5. If the Winchester brothers got tossed into another fandom (TV show, book, etc), which fandom do you think they'll be the most at home in? Which one would they be the most out-of-place in?

I want to say Smallville for a good toss in. Out of place...hm, probably Veronica Mars.