Jan 17–Tim Bernhardt

Posted: January 18, 2012 in Uncategorized
Tim Bernhardt
Selected by Atlanta Flames round 3 #47 overall 1978 NHL Amateur Draft.
Bernhardt was a standout for three years with the QMJHL’s Cornwall Royals. He led the league with a 3.63 goals against average in 1976-77 and was a member of Team Canada at the 1978 World Junior championships. He was also placed on the QMJHL second all-star team in 1976 and the first team in each of the next two seasons. He was constantly placed in the minors since the parent club had Dan Bouchard and Rejean Lemelin.
In 1982-83 he made six appearances for the relocated Calgary Flames but posted a disappointing 0-5-0 record. He joined the AHL’s St. Catharines Saints in 1983-84 and wound up winning 25 games and being voted on to the league’s second all-star team. Bernhardt was signed as a free agent by the Toronto Maple Leafs in December 1984 when youngsters Ken Wregget and Allan Bester faltered. Considering he had very little defensive support, Bernhardt’s 13-19-4 record and 3.74 goals against average were very impressive.
Bernhardt slipped down the depth chart in 1985-86 when Toronto acquired veteran Don Edwards and Ken Wregget’s play improved from the previous year. He remained with the Leafs’ AHL affiliate until his retirement following the 1989-90 season.

CAREER NHL STATISTICS
Years Teams GP W-L-T GAA SO SV%
1982-1986 Calgary, Toronto 67 17-36-7 4.27 0 .866

Received this blue ink signed card TTM.

He also included this blue ink signed postcard.

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