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Jonathan Bernier  #45

NUMBER: 45 BIRTHDATE: August 7, 1988  (AGE 26)
HEIGHT: 6' 0" BIRTHPLACE: Laval, QC, Canada
WEIGHT: 185 DRAFTED: LAK / 2006 NHL Entry Draft
Catches: Left ROUND: 1st   (11th overall)
2014-15: Registered first shutout of season (10 saves) on Oct. 28 vs. Buffalo. Posted longest shutout streak (110:05 - Oct. 28-31) since joining Leaf organization. Missed two games due to illness, returned to lineup Dec. 31 at Boston. Missed game Feb. 7 vs. Edmonton due to illness. Made season-high 47 saves Feb. 26 vs. Philadelphia. Skated in 100th game as a Maple Leaf Mar. 5 at Tampa Bay. Stopped 43 of 45 shots Apr. 5 vs. Ottawa. Season Stats: Home: 32 GP, 16-15-1 Road: 25 GP, 5-13-5 Career as a Maple Leaf: 112 GP, 46-47-12 Career Highs (single game) Saves - 48 (12/05/13 vs. DAL) Shots against - 50 (12/05/13 vs. DAL) Shutout Streak - 111:14 (03/10/10 - 04/01/10) Career Notables: 2009-10: Won AHL's Best Goaltender Award (2009-10) 2011-12: Won Stanley Cup with Los Angeles (2011-12) 2012-13: Won Spengler Cup with Team Canada (2012-13) 2013-14: Established career-highs for games played (55) and wins (26) Ranked 8th in NHL save percentage Posted a record of 8-3-2 when facing 40 or more shots
QMJHL Second All-Star Team (2007) Canadian Major Junior Second All-Star Team (2007) AHL First All-Star Team (2010) Aldege "Baz" Bastien Award (AHL Outstanding Goaltender) (2010) Signed as a free agent by Heilbronner (German-2), October 10, 2012. Traded to Toronto by Los Angeles for Ben Scrivens, Matt Frattin and Toronto's 2nd round choice in 2015 Entry Draft, June 23, 2013.
Quote of the Day

For our team, as a group, we've never been this far before, and so it's just more lessons learned, and sometimes you have to go to the school of hard knocks to find out what works and what doesn't. We've got a young group. They've played some unreal hockey here to get us this far, and we showed if we're not going to play the proper way, a really, really good hockey team is going to beat you, and that's what they did. It's a lesson learned.

— Lightning coach Jon Cooper after Rangers win in Game 6 forced a Game 7 that will be played at Madison Square Garden on Friday