Found June 17, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
A few months ago, the Los Angeles Kings were hopeful of being able to sign goaltender Jonathan Bernier to a contract extension ahead of the young goaltender reaching restricted free agent eligibility this summer. Now, it sounds more and more like Bernier will be wearing a different uniform next season. There is motivation for the Kings to get a trade done before July 5. That's because Los Ang...
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