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Jonathan Bernier

29-Year-Old Goalie – Colorado Avalanche

2017-18 NHL Stats

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19

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13

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2

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2.85

SV%

.913

2017-18 NHL Projections

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2017-18 Fantasy Hockey Outlook

It’s been quite the whirlwind for Bernier, whose NHL career began in LA. He showed steady progress as a backup over a five-year span and would even lift Lord Stanley's chalice with the Kings in 2012. But the Quebec native was ultimately traded to the Maple Leafs, and despite...

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STATUS:  Out    INJURY:  Lower Body    EST. RETURN:  9/1/2018
SHOOTS: Left   HT: 6' 0"   WT: 184   DOB: 8/7/1988
BORN: Laval, Quebec   DRAFTED: 1st Rd, #11 Overall in 2006   Show ContractHide Contract

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Jonathan Bernier Contract Information:

Signed a one-year $2.75 million contract with the Avalanche in July of 2017.

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Bernier wasn't able to return from a lower-body injury before Colorado was eliminated from the postseason by Nashville on Sunday.

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Jonathan Bernier NHL Stats
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  Goalie Stats
Season Age League Team GP W L OTL SO GAA GA SA SV SV%
2007-08 19 4 1 3 0 0 4.03 16 118 102 .864
2009-10 21 3 3 0 0 1 1.30 4 94 90 .957
2010-11 22 NHL LA 25 11 8 3 3 2.48 57 652 595 .913
2011-12 23 NHL LA 16 5 6 2 1 2.36 35 383 348 .909
2012-13 24 NHL LA 14 9 3 1 1 1.88 24 306 282 .922
2013-14 25 NHL TOR 55 26 19 7 1 2.68 138 1787 1649 .923
2014-15 26 NHL TOR 58 21 28 7 2 2.87 152 1735 1583 .912
2015-16 27 NHL TOR 38 12 21 3 3 2.88 103 1114 1011 .908
2015-16 27 AHL TOR 4 3 0 0 3 1.25 5 96 91 .948
2016-17 28 NHL ANH 39 21 7 4 2 2.50 83 982 899 .915
2017-18 29 NHL COL 37 19 13 3 2 2.85 95 1092 997 .913
2017-18 Proj 29 NHL COL 42 Subscribe now to see our 2017-18 projections for Jonathan Bernier

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#1 Goalie
  1. Jonathan Bernier  OUT
  2. Andrew Hammond
  3. Spencer Martin
  4. Semyon Varlamov  OUT
Colorado Avalanche

2017-18 Time On Ice Stats

54:05

Average Time On Ice

On average, Jonathan Bernier was on the ice for 54:05.

Year Ice Time
2016-17 51:06
2017-18 54:05

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2017-18 NHL Game Log   Jonathan Bernier
Calculate Stats Over Any Time Period Just click on any two dates to see the totals.
Date Opp W L OTL GAA GA SA SV SV%
Apr 22 NAS Did Not Play
Apr 20 @NAS Did Not Play
Apr 18 NAS 0 1 0 4.62 3 26 23 .885
Apr 16 NAS 1 0 0 3.05 3 32 29 .906
Apr 14 @NAS 0 1 0 4.14 4 32 28 .875
Apr 12 @NAS 0 1 0 4.07 4 30 26 .867
Apr 7 STL 1 0 0 2.03 2 34 32 .941
Apr 5 @SAN 0 1 0 3.10 3 35 32 .914
Apr 2 @LOS 0 1 0 3.16 3 25 22 .880
Apr 1 @ANA 0 0 1 3.93 4 42 38 .905
Mar 30 CHI 0 0 0 0.00 0 3 3 1.000
Mar 28 PHI Did Not Play
Mar 26 @VGK Did Not Play
Mar 24 VGK Did Not Play
Mar 22 LOS 0 0 0 4.44 2 15 13 .867
Mar 20 @CHI Did Not Play
Mar 18 DET Did Not Play
Mar 16 NAS Did Not Play
Mar 15 @STL Did Not Play
Mar 13 @MIN Did Not Play
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Mar 10 ARI 1 0 0 2.61 2 24 22 .917
Mar 8 @CLM Did Not Play
Mar 6 @CHI Did Not Play
Mar 4 NAS Did Not Play
Mar 2 MIN Did Not Play
Feb 28 CGY Did Not Play
Feb 26 VAN Did Not Play
Feb 24 @CGY Did Not Play
Feb 22 @EDM Did Not Play
Feb 20 @VAN Did Not Play
Feb 18 EDM Did Not Play
Feb 16 @WPG 0 1 0 6.15 4 20 16 .800
Feb 14 MON Did Not Play
Feb 11 @BUF 1 0 0 4.07 4 32 28 .875
Feb 10 @CAR Did Not Play
Feb 8 @STL 0 1 0 7.20 3 20 17 .850
Feb 6 SAN 1 0 0 1.00 1 39 38 .974
Feb 3 @WPG Did Not Play
Feb 1 @EDM 1 0 0 2.90 3 32 29 .906
Jan 30 @VAN 0 0 1 4.00 4 26 22 .846
Jan 25 @STL 0 1 0 3.10 3 34 31 .912
Jan 23 @MON 0 1 0 3.05 3 39 36 .923
Jan 22 @TOR 1 0 0 2.00 2 31 29 .935
Jan 20 NYR 1 0 0 1.00 1 28 27 .964
Jan 18 SAN 1 0 0 3.00 3 48 45 .938
Jan 15 ANA 1 0 0 1.00 1 34 33 .971
Jan 13 @DAL 1 0 0 1.00 1 28 27 .964
Jan 6 MIN 1 0 0 2.00 2 36 34 .944
Jan 4 CLM 1 0 0 0.00 0 34 34 1.000
Jan 2 WPG 1 0 0 4.00 2 23 21 .913
Dec 31 NYI 1 0 0 1.00 1 28 27 .964
Dec 29 TOR Did Not Play
Dec 27 ARI Did Not Play
Dec 23 @ARI Did Not Play
Dec 21 @LOS Did Not Play
Dec 18 PIT Did Not Play
Dec 16 TAM 0 1 0 6.32 6 31 25 .806
Dec 14 FLA Did Not Play
Dec 12 @WAS Did Not Play
Dec 11 @PIT 1 0 0 1.00 1 40 39 .975
Dec 9 @FLA Did Not Play
Dec 7 @TAM Did Not Play
Dec 5 BUF Did Not Play
Dec 3 DAL 0 1 0 8.89 4 9 5 .556
Dec 1 NJD Did Not Play
Nov 29 WPG Did Not Play
Nov 25 CGY 0 1 0 3.10 3 28 25 .893
Nov 24 @MIN 0 0 1 1.85 2 27 25 .926
Nov 22 DAL 1 0 0 0.00 0 28 28 1.000
Nov 19 @DET 1 0 0 2.95 3 24 21 .875
Nov 18 @NAS Did Not Play
Nov 16 WAS Did Not Play
Nov 11 @OTT 0 1 0 4.14 4 40 36 .900
Nov 10 OTT Did Not Play
Nov 5 @NYI 0 1 0 6.00 6 28 22 .786
Nov 4 @PHI Did Not Play
Nov 2 CAR Did Not Play
Oct 28 CHI 1 0 0 3.00 3 42 39 .929
Oct 27 @VGK Did Not Play
Oct 24 DAL Did Not Play
Oct 19 STL 0 1 0 4.14 4 28 24 .857
Oct 17 @NAS Did Not Play
Oct 14 @DAL Did Not Play
Oct 13 ANA 1 0 0 1.02 1 18 17 .944
Oct 11 BOS Did Not Play
Oct 9 @BOS Did Not Play
Oct 7 @NJD 0 1 0 4.07 4 39 35 .897
Oct 5 @NYR Did Not Play

Jonathan Bernier: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Bernier (lower body) won't suit up for Game 6 against Nashville on Sunday, per NHL.com.

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Bernier (lower body) will not be available for Friday's Game 5 against the Predators, Marc Moser of Altitude Sports 950 reports.

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Bernier stopped 23 of 26 shots before exiting with a lower-body injury, failing to return in a 3-2 loss to Nashville in Game 4 on Wednesday that put his team down 3-1 in the series.

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Bernier will not return to Wednesday's Game 4 against Nashville due to a lower-body injury.

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Bernier will tend the twine for Wednesday's Game 4 against Nashville, Adrian Dater of BSNDenver.com reports.

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Bernier stopped 32 of 35 shots Monday in a 5-3 win over the Predators in Game 3.

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Bernier will be back between the pipes versus the Predators for Monday's Game 3 tilt, Rick Sadowski of NHL.com reports.

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Bernier allowed four goals on 32 shots in a 5-4 loss to the Predators on Saturday. The Predators lead the first-round series 2-0.

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Bernier will tend the twine for Saturday's clash with Nashville.

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Bernier stopped 26 of 30 shots in Thursday's 5-2 loss to the Predators in Game 1.

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Bernier is expected to tend the twine for the team's entire opening-round series against Nashville, the Denver Post reports.

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Bernier stopped 32 of 34 shots in Saturday's win over the Blues.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2017-18

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2016-17

Bernier is coming off the lowest season of his career. He posted a 12-21-3 record with a 2.88 GAA and .908 save percentage with the Leafs, and things got so bad that he even saw time in the AHL in an attempt to shake up his game. Bernier's focus seemed to be off – there were just too many games where his attention wavered and the puck squirted right through him. #UglyGoals could have been the nameplate on his jersey But then again, the Toronto defense was best described as porous, so those numbers weren't all on him. Still, Bernie never really fit into the bright lights and intense focus of the center of the hockey universe, so a return to the relative anonymity of the left coast will probably be great for his game. And so will a return to playing for coach Randy Carlyle. John Gibson is the man in the Ducks' blue paint now, so Bernier will likely see 25 games in 2016-17. He excelled in that type of role in Los Angeles a few short years ago. Playing behind a solid defense in a backup role could be just what the doctor ordered for Bernie to regain his confidence. And maybe, just maybe, earn a starter's ticket again in a couple of years.

2015-16

For the third straight season, there’s an open competition in net for the Leafs. Last season, Bernier seized the starter’s reins early, but he didn’t exactly set the world on fire. He finished 21-28-7 with two shutouts, a less-than-sparkling 2.87 GAA and a ho-hum .912 save percentage. This summer, he inked a two-year, $8.3 million deal after filing for arbitration and will be given those two years to prove he’s the stud the Leafs thought they were getting when he came over from the Kings. His numbers should improve inside a tighter, cleaner Mike Babcock system, but don't expect miracles. His big failing so far has been inconsistency, and we’re officially embracing a “show me” state of mind. He might suffice as a second twinetender in a two-goalie league, but you'd better have another option to carry the load.

2014-15

A year ago, a goalie controversy swirled in the Big Smoke, but it didn't take long for Bernier to emerge as the clear-cut starter. The former backup to Jonathan Quick finished with 26-19-7 with one shutout, a 2.69 GAA and a .923 save percentage. Fast-forward a year, and there's once again a chance that Bernier will have to earn that top gig. James Reimer re-signed in Toronto this past summer and he told reporters that Leafs' brass told him there is a "definite opportunity" for him to win the starter's gig. Expect Bernier to record his first career 30-win season, mortar up a few more shutouts and lower that GAA. His save percentage was already the sixth-best in the NHL, so a straight repeat of that will be just fine.

2013-14

Could a goalie controversy be brewing in the Big Smoke? The Leafs acquired this talented and athletic twinetender just before the 2013 NHL Entry Draft and promptly signed him to a two-year, $5.8 million deal … all while having a so-called starter (James Reimer) under contract. The Buds have said both men will get an equal shot at the starter's gig, but it's hard to imagine they'd pay Bernier the money they're paying him to be a back-up. At worst, this combo hybrid-butterfly goalie will be in a platoon. At best, he'll get 60-65 percent of the starts. And in Randy Carlyle's defensive system, Bernier will deliver great totals in wins, GAA and save percentage.

2011-12

Bernier is the Kings' goalie of the future but Jonathan Quick's solid netminding kept Bernier on the bench for much of last season. He was solid (11-8, three shutouts, .913 save percentage, 2.48 GAA) when he did play, but nothing that was going to take over the position from the workhorse Quick. The Kings have playoff aspirations again this year but Bernier figures to enter the season behind as the No. 2 netminder on the depth chart once again.

2010-11

Bernier was brilliant in his second full season in the AHL: He sported a 30-21-6 record, 2.03 goals-against average, .936 save percentage, and nine shutouts. He opened some eyes by going 3-0 with a 1.30 GAA in three starts for the Kings, filling in for the injured Erik Ersberg in March. Jonathan Quick had a fine regular season and while the Kings view Bernier as their goalie of the future, it remains unclear how soon they want to hand over the reigns in a season where they fully expect to contend in the Western Conference. Bernier could find himself as a backup, the starter in the AHL, or even the starter for the Kings as training camp opens. He's got plenty of talent but may not have an opportunity to shine unless Quick stumbles.

2009-10

Bernier entered the season with an eye on the starting job in LA and got off to a slow start in the AHL after he failed to win the job. He got bypassed in favor of Jonathan Quick for a midseason promotion, mainly so he could play regularly in the minors. He'll battle Erik Ersberg and Jonathan Quick for the starting job again this preseason but might be headed back to the AHL if he can't win the starting job instead of filling a backup role for the Kings. His future remains very bright.

2008-09

Bernier's clearly the team's goaltender of the future but would be better served by playing a full season at Manchester of the AHL than starting 35 games for the Kings. The Kings' goalie situation will likely be settled during training camp and Bernier could come in and steal the starting job but his fantasy upside is limited on what figures to be a poor Kings team.

2007-08

Bernier continued to move up the charts as a top prospect as he starred for Team Canada in the Junior Olympics. The Kings hope that he is the long-term solution to their goaltending woes, which was clearly the team's biggest weakness in 2006-07. He led Lewiston to the QMJHL championship and starred for Canada as a 19-year-old. Given his age, the Kings probably won't elevate him to the No. 1 slot this season, but keep him in mind for keeper leagues and as a high-upside, late-round selection in one-year formats.

2006-07

As with most goaltenders, he's going to need a few years in the minors before he gets a shot at making the Kings.

2005-06

Bernier is the top-ranked netminder from the 2006 draft class and for good reason. He posted a .908 save percentage in the QMJHL, a league otherwise known as the offense-only circuit. He boasts excellent post-to-post movement, is strong with his angles and is a pretty nifty stickhandler, too. Moreover, he's extremely athletic and has already shown the ability to "steal" games. He projects as a number one man in the NHL, albiet that's a few years off.