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Reto Berra

29-Year-Old Goalie – Florida Panthers

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Berra was acquired from the Avalanche in June after losing the backup job to Calvin Pickard this past season, but the Panthers quickly showed their lack of trust in the 29-year-old, as they inked James Reimer to a five-year deal. If Berra feels like he got the short end of t...

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SHOOTS: Left   HT: 6' 4"   WT: 210   DOB: 1/3/1987   BORN: Bulach, Switzerland   DRAFTED: 4th Rd, #106 Overall in 2006   Show ContractHide Contract

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Berra signed a three-year extension with the Avalanche in March of 2014.

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Berra was waived by the Panthers on Wednesday, Harvey Fialkov of the Sun-Sentinel reports.

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Season Age League Team GP W L OTL SO GAA GA SA SV SV%
2013-14 26 NHL CGY 29 9 17 2 0 2.95 81 788 707 .897
2013-14 26 NHL COL 2 0 1 1 0 5.83 7 32 25 .781
2014-15 27 NHL COL 19 5 4 1 1 2.65 33 403 370 .918
2014-15 27 ECHL TOL 65 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 .000
2015-16 28 NHL COL 14 5 8 0 2 2.41 29 374 345 .922
2015-16 28 AHL SAN 16 7 7 0 0 3.39 50 505 455 .901

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2014-15 39:24
2015-16 51:29

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The Avalanche traded Berra to the Panthers on Thursday in exchange for forward Rocco Grimaldi.

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Berra was reassigned to AHL San Antonio on Monday.

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Berra was placed on waivers Sunday, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.

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Berra (ankle) has been reassigned to AHL San Antonio for conditioning.

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Berra (ankle) went through a full practice Tuesday, Mike Chambers of the Denver Post reports, adding that he could be assigned to the Rampage of the AHL for conditioning.

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Berra (ankle) returned to skating Monday, Mike Chambers of the Denver Post reports.

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Berra (ankle) is currently listed on injured reserve, according to the NHL Media Site.

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Berra (ankle) will be out for approximately 10 days, per Avalanche coach Patrick Roy.

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Berra sustained an ankle injury during pregame warmups against the Maple Leafs on Monday and has an MRI scheduled for Tuesday.

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Berra allowed four goals on 33 shots in Wednesday's 4-2 loss to the Penguins.

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Berra will start Wednesday against the Penguins.

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Berra not only got the win with 27 saves Tuesday against the Devils, but also added an assist on Matt Duchene's goal to open the scoring.

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2015-16

As the backup to starting netminder Semyon Varlamov, Berra qualified as a disappointment in 2014-15, even if his 2.65 GAA and .918 save percentage didn't register as such. Instead, it was the Swiss goaltender's practice habits that put him in coach Patrick Roy's doghouse, resulting in him being bypassed by Calvin Pickard on the Avs' organizational depth chart at one point. Though he's already 28 years old, Berra has just 50 NHL games under his belt, so itís hard to judge what exactly the Avalanche have in him. Berra's one-way contract will likely lock him into the No. 2 role despite last season's developments, but he's probably in line to see one of the lightest workloads of any of the league's backup netminders behind the workhorse Varlamov. And if Berra fails to impress in the few opportunities he does see, the Avs may elect to wash their hands entirely of the situation and waive him, especially if Pickard continues to excel in the AHL and makes a compelling case for a promotion.

2014-15

Berra signed a three-year contact before even playing a game with Colorado just after the Avalanche acquired the 27-year-old relatively unknown netminder from Calgary in a March 2014 deal. The goal here was to ink a solid backup goalie behind the blossoming Semyon Varlamov, as veteran J.S. Giguere had basically announced his intentions for retirement at that point. The Swiss rookie had fared decently in 29 games with the Flames, posting a .897 save percentage and a 2.95 GAA despite recording a 9-17 record. However, the move to the Mile High City hasn't gone according to plan (at least not yet), as Berra allowed seven goals on just 32 shots in two starts, landing him in the press box come playoff time. Still, Avs' brass Joe Sakic and Patrick Roy must see something in Berra that warrantd the three-year deal they gave him, so he should see plenty of opportunities in 2014-15 to prove he's worthy of giving workhorse Varlamov -- who is coming off a terrific 41-win season that earned him a Vezina nomation -- an occasional rest. If Berra should continue to falter, which is a definite possibility, 21-year-old Finn Sami Aittokallio -- who is 29-27-4 with a .904 save percentage and 2.83 GAA in two seasons with the AHL's Lake Erie Monsters -- would be next in line for crease time.

2011-12

Berra has remained in Switzerland since the Blues drafted him in the fourth round of the 2006 draft. He's been playing for teams in the A league, but has not showed too much as the primary goalie for Biel the last two seasons. He's a long way from St. Louis.

2010-11

There's very little room in North America for Berra, who has been stopping pucks in Switzerland since the Blues selected him in the fourth round of the 2006 draft. He's got good size for a goalie and is pretty flexible around the pipes, however, there are just too many goalies ahead of him at this point to project him in St. Louis uniform any time soon.

2008-09

The 6'4" Swiss netminder will spend another season in Europe playing for HC Davos of the Swiss "A" League.

2007-08

Berra stood out at the Blues' recent developmental camp, but the goalie situation in St. Louis is simply too crowded to give Berra any shot at making the team this year. Blues President John Davidson, himself a former goalie, likes the kid's potential though.