PHT Morning Skate: Summer grades; bridge the solution for Canucks, Boeser?

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Welcome to the PHT Morning Skate, a collection of links from around the hockey world. Have a link you want to submit? Email us at phtblog@nbcsports.com.

• Handing out grades for every NHL team’s summer. [Yardbarker]

• Every day is important for the Winnipeg Jets in regards to re-signing Patrik Laine and Kyle Connor and the team’s salary cap outlook. [TSN]

Patrice Bergeron is still dealing with some nagging injuries as training camp opens. [Bruins Daily]

• What will happen with Brock Boeser and the Vancouver Canucks? All signs point to a bridge deal. [Canucks Army]

• Tuesday was a “pretty important day” in the negotiations with Ivan Provorov and Travis Konecny for Philadelphia Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher. [NBC Philadelphia]

• The Carolina Hurricanes adding Ondrej Kase would be a great return for Justin Faulk. [Yahoo]

• “The Village of Floral Park has filed a lawsuit to halt the Islanders’ development project at Belmont Park.” [Islanders Insight]

• San Jose Sharks forward Tomas Hertl is ready to build off a very strong 2018-19 season. [The Hockey News]

• Planning to profit off NHL Seattle season tickets? Team’s actions suggest limits are coming. [Seattle Times]

• A look at the top storylines as NHL training camps open this week. [Featurd]

• A month after being bought out by the Flames, Michael Stone signs back in Calgary for one-year, $700,000. [Flames]

• Local elementary school kids got a visit from Alex Ovechkin and free Ovi O’s cereal. [NoVa Caps]

• The Pittsburgh Penguins are moving on and taking lessons from last season’s Round 1 sweep. [Pittsburgh Hockey Now]

• Eeli Tolvanen impressed for the Nashville Predators in this week’s prospect showcase. [A to Z Sports Nashville]

• A look at some of the history Patrick Kane could make this season with the Chicago Blackhawks. [The Rink]

• Examining what the Florida Panthers’ opening night roster might look like. [The Puck Under the Sun]

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Sean Leahy is a writer for Pro Hockey Talk on NBC Sports. Drop him a line at phtblog@nbcsports.com or follow him on Twitter @Sean_Leahy.