Justin Bernhardt


Yorkton Saskatchewan

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Trade with Phoenix, 2011


195 lbs.

Probability of Success
  • D


2008-09: Bernhardt played in his sixth and final year in the WHL, finishing off his junior career with the Prince Albert Raiders(WHL). He had 92 points in 72 games, good for 35 goals and 57 assists. At the conclusion of the season, the Phoenix Coyotes signed him to an entry-level contract.

2009-10: In his first professional season, Bernhardt played 43 games split between the AHL and ECHL. In the AHL he posted 1 goal and 2 assists in 14 games. In the ECHL, he posted 5 goals, 6 assists in 29 games.

2010-11: Bernhardt skated in 47 of 72 games for the ECHL's Las Vegas Wranglers in his second pro season and scored 6 goals with 19 assists. He was -3 and accumulated 29 PMs. He skated in all five playoff games for the Wranglers and was -1 with 2 assists and 14 PMs.

Talent Analysis

A good sized center with an above-average skill-set, Bernhardt can provide some offense and play an energetic two-way game.


Has the talent to be a decent point-producer in the minors but is best suited as a two-way, grinding forward.

Canucks 2001-02 Stats Update II

by Kirk Pedersen

1. Allen, Bryan (D), Manitoba (AHL). Drafted: ’98 (1/4)
Vancouver(NHL) 7 GP, 0 G, 0 A, 0 P, 6 PIM.
Manitoba (AHL) 5 GP, 1 G, 2 A, 3 P, 9 PIM.

2. Chubarov, Artem (C), Manitoba (AHL). Drafted: ’98 (2/31)
Vancouver(NHL) 3 GP, 0 G, 0 A, 0 P, 0 PIM.
Manitoba (AHL) 8 GP, 2 G, 4 A, 6 P, 0 PIM.

3. Vydareny, Rene (D), Columbia (ECHL). Drafted: ’99 (3/69)
Manitoba (AHL) 4 GP, 0 G, 1 A, 1 P, 0 PIM.
Columbia (ECHL) 1 GP, 0 G, 0 A, 0 P, 0 PIM

4. Auld, Alexander (G), Manitoba (AHL). Acquired through trade with Florida. (2001)
Manitoba (AHL) So far, Auld has yet to suit up for the Moose.

5. Umberger, R.J. (C), Ohio State University (CCHA). Drafted: ’01 (1/16)
Ohio State (CCHA) 6 GP, 2 G, 3 A, 5 P, 2 PIM.

6. Reid, Brandon (C), Manitoba (AHL). Drafted: ’00 (7/208)
Manitoba (AHL) 9 GP, 1 G, 2 A, 3 P, 0 PIM.

7. Smith, Nathan (C), Swift Current (WHL). Drafted: ’00 (1/23)
Swift Current (WHL) 8 GP, 4 G, 6 A, 10 P, 8 PIM.

8. Komarniski, Zenith (D), Manitoba (AHL). Drafted: ’96 (3/75)
Manitoba (AHL) 11 GP, 0 G 2 A, 2 P, 15 PIM.

9. Bell, Thatcher (C), Rimouski (QMJHL). Drafted: ’00 (3/71)
Rimouski (QMJHL) 15 GP, 6 G, 12 A, 18 P, 21 PIM.

10. Fedorov, Fedor (LW), Manitoba (AHL). Drafted: ’01 (3/66) Read more»

Detroit Red Wings Top 10 Prospects Update

by Zoran Manojlovic

Detroit Red Wings Top 10 Prospects Update

All of the Red Wings prospects are in action all over the world. In Canada, Usa, Sweden, Finland, Czech Republic and Russia. Some are playing good and some arn`t, some of them will play in Nhl, some will not.

So let us take a look at the Top 10 players in the Red Wings organisation and their statistics so far into the season.

1. Henrik Zetterberg, C, 21 years, 6-1, 185, Grade: 8.5

01/02 Stats, Games 16 Goals 1 Assists 5 Points 6 Pim 4

Henrik Zetterberg has shown that last year was not an isolated case, during the pre-season he was dominating games like only he can, with great moves, nice passes, and his great two-way play. He has also become Alternate Capitan in Timra. Henrik played three games with the National Team where he picked up two helpers and played very good overall. So far in the season Henrik has been struggling (1G+5A in 16 games), but he has been playing good but unfortunately he has had some problems with the scoring. Henrik is allready one of the best in Sweden, this year he will look to become THE best and prepare himself for Detroit, and the NHL for the 2002-03 season. Henrik is Detroit`s indisputable Top Prospect and could become top line star in NHL.

2. Niklas Kronwall, D, 20 years, 6-0, 172, Grade: 7.5

01/02 Stats, Games 16 Goals 2 Assists 2 Points 4 Pim 24

Niklas started the year slowely while not picking up a point in the first 6 games of the season, but lately he has reganed confidence and started to produce, in the last 9 games he has scored 2 goals and 2 Read more»

Albany/Hershey Game Summary

by pbadmin

By Mike Buskus

ALBANY, NY. (November 2, 2001). Scott Clemmensen got his first professional start tonight in Albany. (He played 20 minutes in relief of Martin Brodeur during the Devils’ 6-1 loss to Washington on opening night, stopping 3 of 4 shots.) With Devils’ General Manager, Lou Lamoriello, chief scout, Dave Conte, and countless other Devils’ scouts and senior management watching, Clemmensen played capably, but his defense did not do him justice in front of the net. The 3-1 loss belonged to the blueliners, rather than to the netminder, before the crowd of 5,888 at the Pepsi Arena.

The main bright spot for the River Rats tonight was winger Jiri Bicek, who generated strong short-handed chances while killing penalties, gave some spark to the offense and relentlessly chased down loose pucks. He also scored the lone Albany goal, a power play goal from the right wing circle. For his efforts, the media bestowed “third star” on Bicek, though this writer would have elevated the honor to “second” in a valiant effort in a losing cause.

Tonight, NHL referee Paul Stewart made another comeback effort. A year or so ago, battling back from cancer, he went down to the AHL to demonstrate his abilities in the orange armband. This evening, while rehabilitating from an unspecified injury, Stewart was on the ice before the teams’ pre-game skate, skating around the ice. When his name was announced as referee, a sizeable number of fans applauded, a rare tribute to referees who are more used to boos than to cheers.

Nothing that the referee Read more»

Calder Corner: Handicapping the Field

by HF Staff

The Calder Corner: Handicapping the Field-October

As part of the Calder Corner’s continuing coverage of this year’s NHL prospects, once a month Hockey’s Future will be handicapping the race for the Calder Trophy and presenting you with our Top Ten favourites for the league’s coveted Rookie of the Year Award. Therefore, without further ado CC’s inaugural picks for the silverware:

Last Month This Month Team Player
- 1 Kristian Huselius: Got off to a slow start due partially to a lack of line chemistry, partially due to a habit of looking for the perfect play. Once these problems were solved Huselius went on a tear of monster proportions that he is still in the middle of. With Pavel Bure slumping like he is, his timing has been flawless.
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