According to Rogers Sportsnet on Monday, former National Hockey League goaltender Jonathan Bernier of Laval, Quebec retired at the age of 35. In 14 NHL regular seasons, he played for the Los Angeles Kings (2007 to 2013), the Toronto Maple Leafs (2013 to 2016), Anaheim Ducks (2016 to 2017), Colorado Avalanche (2017 to 2018), Detroit Red Wings (2018 to 2021), and the New Jersey Devils (2021 to 22). He did not play last season due to a hip injury according to Jonathan Tovell of The Hockey News.
In 404 NHL games, Bernier had a record of 165 wins, 163 regulation losses, and 40 losses in extra time. He had 18 shutouts, a goals against average of 2.78, and a save percentage of .912.
During the postseason, Bernier had a record of two wins and five losses with a goals against average of 3.35 and a save percentage of .885. His first playoff win came in game three of the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs on April 17, 2017. Bernier had 16 saves as he came into relief for John Gibson in a 5-4 Anaheim Ducks win over the Calgary Flames. His second playoff win came in game three of the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs on April 16, 2018. Bernier had 29 saves in a 5-3 Colorado Avalanche win over the Nashville Predators.
Bernier was the 11th overall pick in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft by the Kings. He won a gold medal for Canada at the 2008 World Junior Hockey Championships in Pardubice, Czech Republic and the 2012 Spengler Cup in Davos.