- Leafs ink goalie Jonathan Bernier for two years at $8.3M
- Blackhawks to build practice facility across from United Center
- Capitals re-signed forward Marcus Johansson to one-year deal
- Canadiens center Brian Flynn looking forward to Winter Classic against Bruins
- Forward Alex Galchenyuk staying with Canadiens, agrees to two-year deal
- Canucks close to inking center Brandon Sutter to multiyear deal
- Flyers lock up Sean forward Sean Couturier for six years at $26M
- Penguins trade Brandon Sutter to Canucks for trio of players
- Flames sign forward Paul Byron to one-year deal
- Rangers, Derek Stepan agree to terms on six-year contract
- Senators forward Alex Chiasson gets one-year, $1.2M deal in arbitration
- Devils lock up defenseman Adam Larsson for six years
- Capitals extend goalie Braden Holtby for 5 years, $30.5M
- Forward Lance Bouma inked by Flames to three-year deal
- Lou Lamoriello resigns from Devils, joins Leafs as GM
- Koreans experience physical style of play at Stars camp
- Ducks extend defenseman Josh Manson for two-years at $1.65M
- Lightning ink forward Tye McGinn to one-year, two way deal
- Devils look to develop fast attacking team, while maintaining stiff defense
- Predators, forward Craig Smith agree to five-year deal following arbitration
Leafs ink goalie Jonathan Bernier for two years at $8.3M
Mon, 03 Aug 2015 00:35:10 +0000
Toronto, ON, Canada (4E Sports) - Goalie Jonathan Bernier signed a two-year deal with the Toronto Maple Leafs reportedly for an average annual value of $4.15 million, Sunday.
The terms were determined Friday in a team-elected arbitration hearing.
Bernier requested a one-year $5.1 million contract while the Maple Leafs offered one year at $2.89 million.
The 26-year-old Bernier was 21-28-7 with a 2.87 goals-against average and a .'2 save percentage in 58 games last season.
Bernier said his teammates are excited to come back from 15th place finish in the Eastern Conference last season and are motivated with the new coaching staff.