|Acadie-Bathurst Titan||Baie-Comeau Drakkar|
|Blainville-Boisbriand Armada||Cape Breton Screaming Eagles|
|Chicoutimi Sagueneens||Drummondville Voltigeurs|
|Gatineau Olympiques||Halifax Mooseheads|
|Moncton Wildcats||PEI Rocket|
|Quebec Remparts||Rimouski Oceanic|
|Rouyn-Noranda Huskies||Saint John Sea Dogs|
|Shawinigan Cataractes||Sherbrooke Phoenix|
|Val-d'Or Foreurs||Victoriaville Tigres|
|Brandon Wheat Kings|
|Edmonton Oil Kings|
|Medicine Hat Tigers|
|Moose Jaw Warriors|
|Prince Albert Raiders|
|Red Deer Rebels|
|Swift Current Broncos|
|Prince George Cougars|
Bernie John played one season in Kingston, before being traded to his home town Sudbury Wolves, but he had a very strong first season with the Fronts. In 52 games, John scored eight goals and added 22 assists for 30 points and only six penalty minutes as a defenceman. He played 106 games for the Wolves, scoring 17 goals and adding 68 assists over the next two seasons and played in 24 playoff games for the Wolves, picking up 11 assists. Upon graduating from the OHL, Bernie John played one game in the old IHL for the Utah Grizzlies and went on to play for London, Brantford and Port Huron in the Colonial Hockey League (UHL). John then moved to the Central Hockey League with the Indianapolis Ice, where he would spend the bulk of his career, playing five seasons with the ice, before concluding his career in the CHL with the Corpus Christi Rayz in 2006. Bernie also played on season for the St. Louis Vipers in the Roller Hockey League.
Today Bernie John is a Financial Representative living in Indianapolis, Indiana with his wife Mary and their two boys, four year old Parker and one year old Cooper.
“My favourite hockey memory is definitely winning the CHL Championships in 1999-2000, with Indianapolis. Whenever you win a championship, it’s always something that you hold close,” said John.
“I always enjoyed my teammates in Kingston. They were all terrific, There are way too many to list, but I would like to say that current Frontenacs Assistant Coach Tony Cimellaro was a great team guy and he had great success in his career,” said John.
“My favourite coach was Ken McRae. He recently took the job as Head Coach in Peterborough. He is a great guy and know the game extremely well.”
“The fans in Kingston were great. We didn’t have the best team in the year I was there, but they were really supportive of us regardless. I would also like to wish the Frontenacs the very best in the upcoming playoff run” concluded Bernie John.
Best Hockey Advice:
Don't take short cuts and never give up