The Toronto Maple Leafs announced they agreed to a two-year contract extension with goalie Jonathan Bernier. The team did not disclose the terms of the contract but Sportsnet reported the value of the deal at $8.3 million, reached without arbitration.

The 26-year-old Bernier was the first round pick by the Los Angeles Kings or the 11th overall selection in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. He played for Los Angeles (2007-13) before being traded to Toronto for Ben Scrivens, Matt Frattin and a second-round draft pick. He also played for the Manchester Monarchs in the American Hockey League.

In 113 regular season games for the Maple Leafs, Bernier, who is from Quebec, posted a win-loss record of 47-47 with goals against average of 2.78 and a .918 save percentage. Maple Leafs general manager Lou Lamoriello said he’s excited to Bernier and and fellow goaltender James Reimer for the next few seasons.

"The thought process is trying to get a goaltender, and hopefully it's Jonathan, to be the stabilizer for this franchise," Lamoriello told the Canadian Press. "Having that one [extra] year is both good for Jonathan and the organization, whether it's the organization evaluating or whether it's Jonathan proving."