Who is Jonathan Bernier? What is net worth of Jonathan Bernier? Bernier is an inspiration to a lot of young hockey fans with his insane saves and quick reflexes against a multitude of attacks and aggressive shots. He has been going through a bad phase throughout 2016 but is ready to make a comeback this year.
On August 7, 1988, in Laval, Quebec, Canada, Jonathan Bernier was born to Alain and Lyne Bernier. He spent most of his playing hockey with his older brother Mark André, captain of Ligue Magnus’s Diables Rouges de Briançon.Bernier’s fiancé Martine Forget is a Canadian lingerie model and the couple has a son named Tyler, who was born in August 2014.In July of 2016, the couple got married in Montreal Canada.
Jonathan began his junior career with Lewiston Maineiacs in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) and won the President’s Cup with the team champions of the QMJHL. He began his NHL career with Los Angeles Kings in 2007 and allowed one goal on 27 shots in his debut game. With his immense potential recognised he was named to Team Canada for the 2010 AHL All Star Game. In 2012 he bagged a massive win for the Los Angeles Kings and got his name engraved on the Stanley Cup. In 2013 he was traded to Toronto Maple Leafs and kept and astonished fans in a preseason fight against Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller where the Sabres lost for a 5-3.
Jonathan Bernier Net Worth
With shocking play-off performance and incredible saves, Jonathan Bernier has made a reputation in NHL worthy of asking a hefty season salary. The famous player Jonathan Bernier has an estimated net worth of $4.6 million US dollars as of 2017.
Jonathan Bernier Assets:
Bernier, just like all NHL goalies likes to ride with ample swag and horsepower. The Leaf goalie owns a McLaren MP4 12C which costs a whopping $229,000 and packs the renowned M838T 3.8 L V8 twin turbo engine which packs a massive 592 bhp and 601 Nm of torque. He owns a lavish posh apartment at Trump Towers which he redecorated with the help of designer Amanda Forrest.
Recently Bernier has had it rough with 2016 being one of the worst years of his career. But his overall performance and accomplishment throughout the years are more than enough to negate the bad phases. Some of his awards and accomplishments are listed below:
• 2006-07: Guy Lafleur Trophy as most valuable player of the QMJHL Playoffs
• Played at the 2010 AHL All Star game for Team Canada
• 2009-10: Aldege “Baz” Bastien Memorial Award for outstanding AHL goalkeeper
• 2011-12: Stanley Cup with the LA Kings
• 2012: Spengler Cup
• 2016: Molson Canadian Cup
Bernier is not only an extraordinary but likes to give back to society in any way he can. On the first anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s passing by the end of 2014 Giant of Africa and Nelson Mandela Foundation held an evening long charity which was attended by various sports celebrities including Bernier. Giants of Africa was founded by Masai Ujiri in 2003 we use basketball as a tool and produce opportunities for impoverished African children.The Nelson Mandela Foundation was founded by Mandela himself in 1999 after his step town from public service.
Bernier may have had some tough times but in the recent game, the 28 year-old-man was back in his original form and did excellent goalattending just like his glorious old days. He just gave his best feet in the games with the Ducks. “ Jo”, “Bernie” or “JB” whatever nickname it may be, he was just unbelievable throughout the game. The fans, as well as the critics, are assuming that JB will soon reclaim his long-lost fame by making the best moves.
By making 43 saves singlehandedly in a game against the Hawks and won by 1-0 at United Center. The whole team praised the real man behind this big win and the man is none other than Jonathan. Hearty congratulations man! Jonathan seems to convince all his teammates and even the fans that he is still capable of giving multiple wins to his team. The fans support JB on the decision of starting his career all over again and trying his best to win back all the deserved titles. The world supports you Jonathan, all the best wishes.