Neither injury is considered serious.
Bernier's injury first occurred at the Leafs' morning skate in Toronto, before the team flew to Ottawa. "I wanted to give it a try," Bernier said. "[But] it just felt worse, I guess, as the game was going so I just figured it was a better move to step off. It's a long season."
He stopped 10 of 11 shots before being relieved by Drew MacIntyre.
Kadri took a puck awkwardly off the hand late in the second period and left after winning a faceoff in the third. "He just felt that he couldn't grasp his stick," Leafs coach Randy Carlyle said of Kadri's exit from the game. X-rays were negative.