Moving along on this day is apparently what the Penguins are doing despite their shocking ouster in four straight by the Boston Bruins in the Eastern Conference Finals. Moving ahead by keeping Dan Bylsma and giving a huge 8-year extension to Evgeni Malkin. Everyone, including the commentators on the NBC Sports Network had Bylsma fired after losing to Boston in game four but the Pens apparently feel he is good behind the bench and I'm sure a lot of the decision was made based on the opinion of some key players, like Malkin and Crosby. Maybe the Pens figure, keeping Malkin and Crosby off the board in four straight games is so exceptional and so unusual that it may never happen again. So, Bylsma is back and Malkin will be playing with Crosby for many years to come.
The biggest issue in golf is not the belly-putter or the technology of the golf ball or golf clubs, it is slow play. There is nothing more frustrating that getting behind golfers who just take their time, are not ready to hit, etc. No question in my mind, the amateurs could learn to play faster if the professionals did it too. It takes five to six hours for pros to play eighteen holes. The officials need to hurry things up and enforce the "slow play" rule. Giving a few golfers a stroke penalty here or there would certainly send the message. Golfers, be ready to hit when it's your turn, give a few putts away during a round if they are within two or three feet..after all, it's not the US Open and simply move along. It will make the game more enjoyable for everyone.