PHT Morning Skate: Virtual reality and the Capitals

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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.

The Washington Capitals are embracing virtual reality for development and fan experiences. PHT is embracing the joy of finding funny photos of people in virtual reality helmets. (Capitals)

Aside: goofy hockey players in goofy helmet pictures better surface.

Justin Bourne discusses the increasingly valuable ability for defensemen to shoot around shot blockers. (The Score)

Now this is some quality trolling: Sean McIndoe gauges the “validity” of Stanley Cup wins. So, so many people left angry … especially if they only skim. (Grantland)

On Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs winning the 2015 Lester Patrick Award. (CSNNE)

Scotty Bowman would tweak a couple rules if he was in charge. (Bleacher Report)

Milan Lucic and four players who can rebound during the 2015-16 season. (The Hockey News)

Should Alex Galchenyuk play at center or wing? (TSN)