TORONTO -- Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender Jonathan Bernier will undergo surgery to repair a sports hernia. He says he will have the operation Wednesday and be ready in time for training camp in September. Bernier missed five games in March due to the injury. He then aggravated the problem April 3 against the Boston Bruins and finished the season on the sidelines. "I felt pretty good," he said. "It was sore but my range, my stretching was fine. I think a lot of players play through that." Meanwhile, forward Joffrey Lupul says hes recovering after knee surgery and doesnt expect his off-season training to be impacted. Forward Phil Kessel says he was "good enough" through the end of the season despite a bruised right foot while James van Riemsdyk wouldnt reveal any specifics on his injury. Bernier was 26-19-7 with a 2.68 goals-against average and a .923 save percentage this season. The Leafs missed the playoffs after posting a dismal 6-14-2 record down the stretch. 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The right-hander had agreed last February to a deal that pays him $3.775 million this year and allows him to earn an additional $225,000 in bonuses based on games finished. Adidas Stan Smith Wholesale .Y. -- Scott Chandler is returning to Buffalo, where he spent the past three seasons establishing himself as the Bills top pass-catching tight end.PHILADELPHIA - The Los Angeles Kings improved their play after blowing a two-goal lead on the road. A little experience goes a long way. Dwight King scored a tiebreaking goal midway through the third period, leading the Kings to a 3-2 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Monday night. Jeff Carter and Justin Williams scored in the second for the Kings, who won their third straight and 11th in 14 games while remaining in third place in the Pacific Division. Matt Read and Jakub Voracek had Philadelphias goals. The Flyers had won five in a row, but they dropped to 12-3-1 in their last 16 games while falling to third place in the Metropolitan Division, one point behind the Rangers. Los Angeles had a 2-0 lead entering the final period, but Philadelphia tied it at 2 before Kings winning score with 9:24 remaining. "Weve been a team thats played together for a lot of years and have been through a lot, so were a mentally strong team," Kings centre Mike Richards said. "We can battle back after that." The winning goal started with a Flyers turnover just outside their zone. Slava Voynov raced down the right side, creating a 2-on-1 with King. King took Voynovs perfectly placed cross-ice pass and beat Ray Emery high on the stick side on a forehand from close range. "It settled our game back to where it needed to be and pushed their game down a level," Kings captain Dustin Brown said. Carter opened the scoring 1:49 into the second period with a wrist shot from the left circle. Alec Martinez took the initial shot from the point, and it deflected off the skate of defenceman Mark Streit and right to Carter. It looked as if Vincent Lecavalier had tied it a minute later, but his shot to a wide-open net went off the right post, then the crossbar and finally the left post. The goal light went on and the arena horn blared signalling a goal, but officials never stopped play. The officials no-goal ruling was later upheld by replay. Williams then scored with 2:31 remaining in the period when he finished a backhander after Emery gave up a bad rebound. The Kings also had a goal disallowed in the period when Martinezs apparent tally was waved off because Carter cross-checked KKimmo Timonen in front of Emery just prior to Martinezs shot.dddddddddddd Los Angeles dominated the period, outshooting Philadelphia 20-9. Philadelphia pulled within a goal just 29 seconds into the third period when Read was credited for a score when the puck deflected off the skate of defenceman Jake Muzzin. Voracek provided the equalizer with 11:42 remaining in the third period when he deflected home Scott Hartnells shot from the point after the Kings turned it over in their zone. But Kings goal was too much for Philadelphia to overcome. "We played a good road game," Kings coach Darryl Sutter said. "We need the points, just like they do. We knew were coming into a tough place and we played good. Were just trying to make the playoffs." So are the Flyers, who are at the Rangers on Wednesday. Coach Craig Berube will be looking for a better effort than he saw in the opening two periods against the Kings. "For the first 40 minutes, we didnt compete hard enough," Berube said. "We let them outwork us. That was the difference in the game." Emery started in place of Steve Mason. It was just the third start and fourth appearance for Emery in the last 18 games. Emery was sidelined for five of those games with a lower body injury suffered Feb. 27 against San Jose. He finished with 38 saves. Jonathan Quick made 30 saves for Los Angeles. Carter and Richards, both former Flyers, were booed every time they touched the puck in the first period. The duo, who helped the Kings win the Stanley Cup in 2012, were traded after the 2011 season. Carter was playing against his former club in Philadelphia for the first time. Williams also is a former Flyer. NOTES: The teams split the regular-season series, with Philadelphia winning 2-0 at Los Angeles on Feb. 1. ... Sutter coached Berube in Calgary. ... Philadelphia RW Steve Downie didnt dress after suffering an upper-body injury in Saturdays 4-1 win over St. Louis. Tye McGinn was recalled from Adirondack of the AHL. ... Kings captain Dustin Brown didnt show any ill effects of a chest injury that forced him to leave Saturdays 4-0 win at Florida. ... Los Angeles improved to 24-1 when leading after the second period. ' ' '