Rosen returning to Toronto

Photo: Ashley Potts

The Toronto Maple Leafs have acquired defenseman Calle Rosen from the Colorado Avalanche in exchange for goaltender Michael Hutchinson.

Rosen, 26, has tallied three goals and 12 assists in 35 games with the AHL’s Colorado Eagles this season, as well as two assists in eight NHL contests with the Avalanche.

Rosen returns to the Maple Leafs organization, where he spent the previous two seasons. A member of the Toronto Marlies’ Calder Cup championship team in 2018 and an AHL All-Star in 2019, Rosen has totaled 14 goals and 69 assists for 83 points in 151 career AHL games.

Originally signed by the Maple Leafs on May 16, 2017, Rosen has one goal and three assists in 16 career NHL games with Toronto and Colorado.

Hutchinson, 29, has appeared in four AHL games with Toronto this season, going 3-1-0 with a 1.98 goals-against average and a .943 save percentage. He is also 4-9-1 (3.66, .886) with one shutout in 15 games with the Maple Leafs.

A 10th-year pro, Hutchinson has played 172 games in the AHL with Toronto, Springfield, Manitoba, St. John’s and Providence, posting a record of 92-56-15 with a 2.49 GAA, a .919 save percentage and 14 shutouts.

Hutchinson was an AHL All-Star in 2018, and helped St. John’s reach the Calder Cup Finals in 2014.

In 126 career NHL outings with Toronto, Florida and Winnipeg, Hutchinson is 50-52-14 with a 2.81 GAA, a .905 save percentage and five shutouts.