Jonathan Bernier sums up his thoughts on the Leafs 4-3 overtime win in Philadelphia on Thursday night. The post Bernier Talks 4-3 Win Against Flyers appeared first on Beyond The Benches.
Chris Johnston shares with the Hockey Central at Noon crew that support for Jonathan Bernier in the Maple Leafs organization has considerably cooled this year, and not to be surprised if the Leafs make a change this summer in that position.
The Leafs haven’t had a great year, but that isn’t a secret by any means. Heck, they haven’t even been in spitting distance of a playoff spot. Jonathan Bernier is trying to find out if they are though … by accidentally spitting on an ice crew member. This clip has everything. Astronaut guy, long distance spitting and a reaction so great that this Youtube clip immediately...
Watch as Jonathan Bernier accidentally spits on a member of the Tampa Bay Lightning’s ice crew.
DETROIT (AP) Jonathan Bernier made 38 saves in his 12th career shutout, leading the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 1-0 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday night. It marked the Maple Leafs' second shutout of the Red Wings in the last 30 years. The last time was Curtis Joseph's 3-0 victory on Dec. 6, 2000, in Detroit. Michael Grabner scored at 19:30 of the second. Petr Mrazek...
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March 13, 2016 | Discuss
TORONTO -- Jonathan Bernier stopped 26 shots in his first win of the season as the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Los Angeles Kings 5-0 on Saturday night.Bernier, who was 0-8-3 in his first 11 appearances, was helped out by a strong defensive game but also made some memorable saves.Michael Grabner and Leo Komarov each scored twice in a dominant performance with linemate Nazem Kadri...
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December 19, 2015 | Discuss
Sometimes when you are a team expected to be in the lottery of the NHL draft, when it rains it pours. It would seem that this trend isn’t different for the Toronto Maple Leafs. While playing above their perceived level for now, it is expected that the team will end up near the top of the draft. Johnathan Bernier is trying to do his part in contributing to the tank. You almost...
The NHL's very first coach’s challenge occurred Wednesday when the Toronto Maple Leafs hosted the Montreal Canadiens. Jeff Petry fired the puck into the net, but Toronto goalie Jonathan Bernier appeared to be bumped by a Canadiens stick. The play was reviewed and the goal was overturned. The review went fairly quickly (the call was an obvious one), but it’s interesting to...
Jonathan Bernier and the Maple Leafs had already started their arbitration hearing and submitted their cases. But before the arbiter could hand down the ruling, the two sides came together and came up with a compromise: A two year deal with a $4.15 cap hit in each season. Bernier was a stellar backup with the L.A. Kings, but with the Leafs his minutes rose to over 3,000 a season...
Things certainly didn’t look good when Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Jonathan Bernier’s upper body bent backwards over his lower body. While it could have been worse, the netminder is going to miss some time. Maple Leafs head coach Randy Carlyle revealed Friday that Bernier suffered an MCL sprain in the third period of the Leafs’ eventual 4-3 overtime win over the Boston Bruins...
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