PHT Morning Skate: Where Ovechkin feels lost

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PHT’s Morning Skate takes a look around the world of hockey to see what’s happening and what we’ll be talking about around the NHL world and beyond.

Alex Ovechkin admits that he feels lost at right wing. (CSNWashington.com)

Here’s a nice companion piece for what it might feel like for Ovechkin and Marian Gaborik to switch wing positions. (Backhand Shelf)

The original owner of the San Jose Sharks, George Gund III, passed away at the age of 75. (CSNBayArea.com)

Cam Charron thinks that the Vancouver Canucks could find a spot for both Scott Gomez and Wade Redden. (Canucks Army)

Gus Katsaros studies how the shortened 1994-95 season affected goalies. Can we learn something from that campaign? (Rotoworld)

Could Beau Bennett make an impact with the Pittsburgh Penguins? (Sporting News NHL)

The schedule makers smiled upon the New York Rangers this season. (On the Forecheck)

A very agreeable list of players who could bounce back from below average statistical seasons. (TSN)

The Toronto Maple Leafs have high expectations for Jay McClement’s ability to play the “stopper” role. (The Globe & Mail)