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New way to YouTube

With the recent site upgrade, there's a new way to include YouTube or GoogleVideo inline in your posts. Simply paste in the URL to the video such as
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1083482561197698956&sourceid=docidfeed&hl=en

http://youtube.com/watch?v=wWBmShJDMMM
and your video link will be automatically embedded.

BP Media Gallery Is Back

The BoltProspects gallery is back up and running. Enjoy.

BP Upgrade

As Santa delivered toys to all the good boys and girls, BP tech staff delivered a fresh new version of BP to its readers. And while the merits of this new software version will reveal itself in the weeks to come with added functionality, for now the main thing that you will see are some changed themes for you. Check them out by going to your Account and selecting the theme that feels right for you.

Santa Claus is Coming to BP

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all BP'ers!

What will Santa bring to all good BP boys and girls this year?

For starters, BP'ers will wake up to the lastest version of the site software that BP uses. This means new themes and new functionality. More on this when the new version arrives.

Secondly, the plan is to install and integrate a hot smoking message board that will attract Lightning fans from near and far to come and discuss their favorite hockey team and prospects. Hopefully, little Timmy has been a good boy this year and Santa helps make the upgrade go smoothly. :-)

Healey & Corazzini

Being that it's a slow week for Lightning news...

The Albany Times Union reported yesterday that Eric Healey signed a free agent contract with the Colorado Avalanche on July 13, 2007. Healey was signed by the Lightning last summer and scored a career high 75 points (27 goals, 48 assists) enroute to leading Tampa's AHL affiliate in Springfield in goals, assists, and points. Healey finished the 2006-2007 AHL campaign as its 12th leading scorer.

The Detroit Free Press reported on Wednesday that the Red Wings signed forward Carl Corazzini to a one-year deal on July 16, 2007. Corazzini spent the last two seasons as an offensive fixture for the AHL's Norfolk Admirals, Tampa's new AHL affiliate. It was speculated by BoltProspects early in the off-season that Tampa might target Corrazzini as a possible signee for the 2007-2008 campaign, but the Lightning instead signed Craig MacDonald and Mathieu Darche as veteran offensive leaders for the Admirals.

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