During the 2006 NHL Entry Draft, Jonathon Bernier was selected by the Los Angeles Kings in the first round. He played four seasons for the Ducks, where he won a Stanley Cup. He was born on August 7, 1988, and has played in the league since. However, before entering the NHL, he spent a few seasons in the QMJHL. While with the Leafs, he played for the Lewiston Maineiacs.
He is currently a backup for Mackenzie Blackwood, and is unlikely to play against Pittsburgh on Saturday. This is because the rookie has been sidelined with a lower-body injury for the past week. As of this writing, the Devils have only one healthy goaltender on the roster, so they’re expected to use a backup in the meantime. Despite his injury, the rookie is on the mend and should be able to play on Saturday.
The first season after the rookie was signed, he was already the 11th pick in the draft. The following season, he split playing time with Jimmy Howard, who ended up signing a two-year contract worth $9 million with the Ducks. In the 2014-15 season, he was a backup to Reimer. As a result, the Canadian has made an important contribution to the team and is one of the highest paid players in the league.
In the 2007-14 season, he played with the Denver Avalanche. He also played for the Toronto Maple Leafs. He played for the NHL for three seasons with the Anaheim Ducks before joining the Colorado Avalanche. He also won the President’s Cup with the Boston Bruins. And, he’s made it to the NHL playoffs nine times. In addition to the Avalanche, he has also played for the Detroit Red Wings.
In his first season, Jonathan Bernier was selected by the Los Angeles Kings. His first NHL game was against the Nashville Predators and he lost to the Montreal Canaiens’ prospect Carey Price. In 2007, the NHL called him back to the team to play against the Kings. In the 2007-08 season, he played against the Dallas Stars and the Calgary Flames. He has married his wife, Meghan Agosta, who is a former hockey star.
The Devils have drafted the first round of the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. If Mackenzie Blackwood can’t play, the Devils will start him in the No. 1 spot. It is a good sign that the No. 1 goalie will be back in the playoffs. He has already won the Stanley Cup with the Kings in 2012. But he’ll have to be more than just a backup if he wants to win the Cup.
As the team’s backup goalie, Bernier has been in the lineup for the last two seasons. He’s played in 24 games for the Red Wings, but has been a key player for the team. He has a strong shot, but the Devils’ defense has been a huge problem. The Detroit Devils’ goalie has been unable to keep up with the Lightning this season. That has led to a lot of bad luck for the Devils.