Rosehill, a 2003 seventh-round draft pick by the Lightning, has retired from hockey.
Rosehill finishes with five goals and three assists over 117 career NHL contests. The past two seasons, he split time in the EIHL (United Kingdom) between Braehead and Manchester.
Rosehill signed a contract with the Braehead Clan of the Elite Ice Hockey League in the United Kingdom on Tuesday, TSN reports.
Rosehill spent the past two seasons toiling in the minors with AHL Lehigh Valley, an affiliate of the Flyers. The 31-year-old recorded just eight points in 117 NHL games, and will be best remembered for his physical play, having notched 352 PIM in that same span.