Bernier has asked for a trade.
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07-12-2012, 08:24 PM
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I've been studying French with Rosetta Stone. It's actually pretty easy to understand once you get the jist of it. With even basic understanding you can get the feel for the article.
He see's his future without the L.A. Kings. Asked for a trade before the deadline but Dean refused. Which he noted was actually good because he got to win a cup. Now he is ready to move forward and be a number one goalie on another team. He had already made the decision to move on back before the deadline because he knew Quick would get locked down for a long time.
You got the bulk of it but at no moment did he mention "Which he noted was actually good because he got to win a cup".
The article mentions that Bernier was emotional when relating to Yvon Chartrand, the name of the arena where the ceremony took place, named after a minor hockey volunteer that was like a grand-father for JB, helping him to acquire his first goalie equipment. Bernier is from a modest background, which has become rare these days in the world of hockey.
As for his expectation to be traded "now that Quick has signed for long term" I think JB is into "wishful thinking" or as a saying we have in French "faire passer ses désirs pour des réalités"!
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