NHL notebook: Leafs, Kings swap backup goalies
Leafs, Kings swap goalies, draft picks
The Toronto Maple Leafs acquired goaltender Jonathan Bernier from the Los Angeles Kings. The Leafs gave up forward Matt Frattin, backup goaltender Ben Scrivens and their second-round pick in the 2014 or 2015 NHL entry draft. The 24-year-old Bernier played in 14 regular-season games for the Kings in 2012-13 as Jonathan Quick's backup. He wanted to play more, prompting the trade. Bernier's record was 9-3-1. He had a goals-against average of 1.88 and a save percentage of .922.
• The Leafs are expected to buy out defenseman Mike Komisarek, TSN reported. He has one year remaining on his contract. Komisarek was placed on waivers March 20, cleared the next day and played seven games for the Toronto Marlies, the Leafs' AHL affiliate.
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