Justin Bernhardt

Hometown:

Yorkton Saskatchewan

Currently Playing In:

Pro

Birthday:

1988-02-25

Position:

C

Eligible for draft:

2006

Shoots:

Right

Drafted:

Height:

6-1

Acquired:

Trade with Phoenix, 2011

Weight:

195 lbs.

Probability of Success
  • D

History

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.

Future

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

A Day of Silence

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Out of the respect for all the innocent victims and their families of this horrendous tragedy in New York City and Washington D.C. we at Hockey’s Future would like to have a day of silence. From our entire staff from other countries to all our American staff and readers our condolences for your loss. We all hope one day that these events will longer be necessary in any part of the world.Respectfully,Shane MalloyAsst. Managing Editor/Director of Media RelationsHockey’s Future

Hitmen Freeze up against ICE

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Coming off a 3-2 overtime win in Lethbridge, the Kootenay ICE kicked off their home debut of the 2001 exhibition season against an old rival that hardly needed any introduction, the Calgary Hitmen. If the weekend’s exhibition series are any indication, the loss of goal scoring through the graduation of high-scoring forwards such as Bret DeCecco and Zdenek Blatny from last season isn’t of any concern to the ICE. Outscoring their big-city rivals by a combined score of 15-5 over the two game, home and home set (with Calgary’s home date being in Okotoks), Kootenay’s scoring came from the usual suspects, some pleasant surprises and a fresh face in the name of Nigel Dawes.

At the home date on Saturday the local squad came out a little flat and had trouble measuring up against a Hitmen squad loaded with toughness. During the first ten minutes of the first frame a total of six players saw the showers early as fisticuffs between Brennan Evans and Robin Gomez, Steve Makway and Mike Egener and Andy Thompson and Wes Rypien highlighted a first period that ended in a one-one stalemate. The second and third frames were marked by one thing – goals. Five in the second and four in the third to be exact as the ICE dusted off the Hitmen by a count of 10-4. The good thing about exhibition is that if you lose, it’s just that, exhibition. If you win it’s a sign that things are going right and there are lots of positives to build on but it’s still preseason. That attitude was echoed by ICE assistant coach Cory Clouston who took over the reigns of head coach for Saturday night’s tilt. “In g Read more»

Top 10 Goalie Prospects Posted!

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Hockey’s Future has kicked off the “Big List” week with the posting of our Top 10 goalie list!

Click on the link in the “Top Features” section on the upper left of the page, and discuss the lists on our message board.

Check back in two days for the top 25 Defenseman!

Senators announce training camp roster

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A list of 49 players was announced by the Ottawa Senators on Sunday, September 8, 2001. The camp itself begins on Tuesday, September 11, with fitness and medical testing. Practices and intra-squad games will take place from Wednesday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m, as the roster will be divided into two teams for the time being.
Out of the Hull tourney invitees, Antoine Vermette, Jason Spezza, Alexandre Giroux, Simon Lajeunesse, Ray Emery, Josh Langfield, Toni Dahlman, Chris Kelly, Scott Bala and Tim Gleason will participate at the training camp. The likes of Tessier, Konopka, Maleyko, Byfuglien, Platil, among others were promptly left off.
The Senators rookies had a successful tournament, despite the recent 3-0 loss to the Montreal Canadiens hopeful.

The Roster

Player Name. Pos. Height, Weight. Birth Date.

Alfredsson, Daniel. RW. 5’11, 198. 1972-12-11.
Avredsson, Magnus. LW. 6’2, 198. 1971-11-25.
Bala, Chris. 6’1, 180. LW. 1978-9-24.
Bonk, Radek. 6’3, 220. C. 1976-01-09.
Brookbank, Wade. D. 6’4, 225. 1977-9-29.
Chara, Zdeno. D. 6’9, 255. 1977-03-18.
Chouinard, Mathieu. G. 6’1, 211. 1980-11-04.
Ciernik, Ivan. LW. 6’1, 234. 1977-10-30.
Dahlman, Toni. RW. 5’11. 194. 1979-09-03.
Demidov, Ilya. D. 6’3, 188. 1979-04-14.
Doig, Jason. D. 6’3, 228. 1977-01-29.
Emery, Ray. G. 6’3, 192. 1982-09-28. Read more»

Traverse City Wrap-up, Day 5

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Columbus vs. St. Louis

The Columbus Blue Jacket’s and St. Louis Blues faced off for the final
game of the tournament to determine who would be the champions of the
week.
The Blue Jacket’s Pascal Leclaire and the Blues’ Phil Osaer were the
goalies for the night.

The first action to make the score sheets were penalties. Three were
handed out three minutes and twenty-one seconds into the game. Simon
Skoog of the Blues was sent to the box for roughing. St. Louis’ Mahon
and Columbus’ Tyler Sloan each received five minute fighting majors.
Sloan got a few good punches in with Mahon only punching him once to the
back of the head. Sloan was worn out at the end of a shift though and
went down fairly easily when Mahon wrestled him to the ice.

With Columbus already on the power play Brett Scheffelmaier got a delay
of game call giving the Blue Jackets a five-on-three advantage for
thirty-nine seconds.

Four seconds after St. Louis was allowed to have one of their men back
on the ice Columbus’ Preston Mizzi received the puck from Kiel McLeod
and lifted it over Osaer’s left shoulder.

Eleven minutes and fifty-four seconds into the period Ben Knopp was
called for tripping giving St. Louis a power play. Eight seconds into
the power play Greg Davis scored for St. Louis with an assist from Brad
Voth.

Mizzi went to the penalty box for holding giving St. Louis another power
play opportunity with five minutes and one second remaining in the first
period. Half way through the power play the Blues scored with a goal
from Read more»

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