PHT Morning Skate: Bruins, Hall make contract progress; NHL Draft questions

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• The Bruins and Taylor Hall have made “significant progress” on a multi-year extension. [NBC Sports Boston]

Vladimir Tarasenko beginning next season as a Blue? It’s one possibility that GM Doug Armstrong envisions: “I see there’s certainly an outlook where I envision him putting on the jersey again.” [NHL.com]

Seth Jones could be on the move to Chicago very soon. [Sportsnet]

• How will tonight’s First Round of the NHL Draft shake out? [NHL.com]

• Kraken GM Ron Francis said that they did look at drafting Carey Price and that the option was “tempting.” [TSN]

• Should he reach the free agent market, who might be interested in Gabriel Landeskog? [The Hockey News]

• “The Arizona Coyotes confirmed on Thursday that they are having discussions with the city of Tempe on a development space where the franchise could put a new arena.” [Arizona Sports]

Matt Calvert has announced his retirement from the NHL after 10 years with the Blue Jackets and Avalanche. [NHLPA]

• Here are seven alternate awards the NHL should hand out. [Puck Junk]

• The Kings will be saying goodbye to four players while hoping to bring back the likes of Andreas Athanasiou and Lias Andersson. [Mayor’s Manor]

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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

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