Leafs Acquire Bernier

Apr 23, 2013; Saint Paul, MN, USA; Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Bernier (45) makes a save as Minnesota Wild forward Charlie Coyle (63) looks for a rebound in the second period at the Xcel Energy Center. The Wild defeat the Kings 2-1. Mandatory Credit: Marilyn Indahl-USA TODAY Sports

The Toronto Maple Leafs have acquired goaltender Jonathan Bernier from the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for Ben Scrivens, Matt Frattin, and a second round pick in either the 2014 or 2015 National Hockey League Draft.

Bernier had a 9-3-1 record with the Kings in 2013 and also posted a goals against average of 1.88 and a save percentage of .922. On July 5th Bernier will become a restricted free agent and the Leafs will now begin the process of trying to lock him up to a deal.

Frattin finished 2013 with seven goals and 13 points in 25 games, but he struggled down the stretch after getting off to a quick start. He was a healthy scratch regularly late in the season.

Scrivens appeared in 20 games for Toronto this season and finished with a record of 7-9. He also recorded two shutouts.

Topics: Jonathan Bernier, Toronto Maple Leafs

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