Jonathan Bernier seeking $5.1 million in arbitration, Maple Leafs offer $2.8 million

By Jared Clinton

If the two sides can’t reach a deal, the Toronto Maple Leafs and goaltender Jonathan Bernier will head to arbitration Friday. Bernier is asking for $5.1 million per season, while the Maple Leafs are offering just $2.8 million. But even if Toronto is forced to meet in the middle, Bernier’s cap hit will be a good one for the team. More

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