Hockey News: Maple Leafs Re-Sign Bernier; Concussion Lawsuit Continues

The news may be scarce at this point in the summer, but important roster moves and front office dealings are still occurring around the league. Here’s a look at what you may have missed over the weekend:

The Maple Leafs avoided arbitration with Jonathan Bernier and inked a two-year deal. [USA Today]

Bernier should be the Leafs’ starter for most of this deal. [Maple Leafs Hot Stove]

The judge overseeing the concussion trial ordered the NHL to hand over injury data they may have. []

Bettman did give his deposition to the court, too. [Sporting News]

Thoughts and impressions from the NHL 16 EASHL demo. [The Province]

How much longer do the current Kings have as Stanley Cup contenders? [Today’s Slapshot]

Dustin Brown (Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports)
Dustin Brown (Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports)

And what does the Ducks’ window look like? [Pro Hockey Talk]

Although not Cup contenders, the Oilers may have a battle for the No. 1 goalie job, according to Cam Talbot. [Edmonton Journal]

Talbot tops the list of an All-Cheap Team for the 2014-15 season. [Hockey Buzz]

Dougie Hamilton will likely have a great impact on the young Flames team. [CBS Sports]

Summing up the Arizona Coyotes from A to Z. [Puck Daddy]