BREAKING: Former Leafs Goalie Retires

Published August 21, 2023 at 12:37

A 14-year NHL veteran and former Toronto Maple Leaf has decided to call it a career today.

Bernier Hangs Up The Skates

According to a post on his Instagram, Jonathan Bernier has decided to retire from hockey.

After fourteen years, it's time for me to hang up the pads. I can't thank the @lakings, @mapleleafs, @anaheimducks, avalanche, @redwings and @njdevils enough for giving me the opportunity to play in the best league in the world and in front of the best fans in the game. There are no words to express my gratitude to everyone who has been part of my hockey journey since day one, without all of you I couldn't have done it.

To my lovely wife, kids and family, thank you for always being by my side through the ups and downs. You have always supported me and helped me achieve my childhood dream and be my biggest fans.

Now I'm heading into the next chapter of life - retirement

Bernier Ends A Good Career


Bernier is his time in the NHL played 404 total games, had a 2.78 goals against average, and a 0.912 save percentage. He also won a Stanley Cup with the Los Angeles Kings in 2012.
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