Rosen notched an assist in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Sharks.
Rosen picked up his first point in three games with the Maple Leafs since he was acquired from the Avalanche at the trade deadline. The 26-year-old defenseman has just three points, all assists, in 11 appearances this year -- his highly limited role makes him a no-go for fantasy owners.
The Maple Leafs promoted Rosen from AHL Toronto on Wednesday.
Jake Muzzin is expected to be sidelined for four weeks with the broken hand he suffered during Tuesday's win over Tampa Bay, so Rosen is likely in for an extended stay with the Leafs. The 26-year-old Swede picked up two helpers in eight games with the Avalanche before being traded to Toronto prior to Monday's deadline. He'll compete with Martin Marincin for playing time until Muzzin or Morgan Rielly (foot) is ready to return.
Rosen was sent to Toronto from Colorado in a swap for Michael Hutchinson on Monday.
Rosen hasn't played in an NHL game for the Avs since Dec. 16 versus St. Louis. In eight appearances this season, the 26-year-old has notched two helpers, 10 shots and five blocks while averaging 13:49 of ice time. The Swede figures to report to AHL Toronto but could earn a call-up before the end of the 2019-20 campaign.
The Avalanche reassigned Rosen to AHL Colorado on Monday.
Rosen was a healthy scratch for all three games during this NHL stint, and he'll head back down, which likely means Mark Barberio is coming back from his conditioning stint. The 26-year-old Rosen will continue to develop in the AHL, where he has produced 12 points over 29 games.
The Avalanche recalled Rosen from AHL Colorado on Wednesday.
The Avalanche have sent Mark Barberio, who has been a healthy scratch in 17 straight games, down to minors on a conditioning stint. As a result, Rosen will serve as the team's seventh defenseman on its upcoming three-game road trip, starting Thursday in Ottawa. Rosen has accrued 12 points over 29 AHL games this year.
The Avalanche reassigned Rosen to AHL Colorado on Friday, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports.
Rosen's demotion suggests Cale Makar (upper body) is closing in on a return. The 25-year-old Rosen will return to a top-four role in the AHL, where he's notched eight points in 13 games this campaign.
Rosen recorded three shots on goal and a plus-one rating in a 3-1 victory over the Devils on Friday.
The 25-year-old is settling into his new team. Rosen is still searching for a goal, but he does have two assists, and he's posted a positive plus-minus rating in three of his seven games, including each of the last two. Rosen also has seven shots, two PIM, three blocks and one hit. He's not going to get a lot of minutes, but he an interesting stash option in deeper leagues.
Rosen registered an assist and two shots on goal in Wednesday's 4-1 win over the Oilers.
Rosen had the secondary helper on Nazem Kadri's second-period goal. Rosen had two points in eight games over parts of two seasons with the Maple Leafs before being included in the trade that sent Tyson Barrie to Toronto. Wednesday was the first game of 2019-20 for the 25-year-old defenseman; he replaced Erik Johnson (lower body) in the lineup.
Rosen was recalled from AHL Colorado on Sunday.
Rosen was acquired from the Maple Leafs as part of the Tyson Barrie trade on July 1. He's totaled eight points in 13 AHL games this season. The rookie blueliner could make his Avalanche debut sometime this week.
The Avalanche assigned Rosen to AHL Colorado on Tuesday, AJ Haefele of DNVR reports.
Rosen was one of Colorado's final training-camp cuts, so it's safe to assume he'll be at the top of the list for potential call-ups when the big club is dealing with injuries at defense this season. The 25-year-old racked up 7 goals and 46 points in 54 games with AHL Toronto in 2018-19.
Rosen was traded along with Nazem Kadri and a 2020 third-round pick to the Avalanche in exchange for Tyson Barrie, Alex Kerfoot and a 2020 sixth-round pick, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
The 25-year-old isn't the biggest prize in the deal, but has suited up in eight NHL games in his career. Now that Tyson Barrie was shipped out, it's likely that the team will give Rosen a chance to earn a spot on the 23-man roster out of training camp. He racked up 46 points in 54 AHL games last season, so a roster spot isn't outside the realm of possibilities.
Rosen was reassigned to AHL Toronto on Wednesday.
While the Maple Leafs' season may be over, Rosen will continue playing as he links up with the Marlies for Game 3 of the Calder Cup Playoffs first round. The blueliner saw action in just four NHL games this season, but should get an opportunity to earn a spot on the 23-man roster during training camp.
The Maple Leafs recalled Rosen from AHL Toronto on Sunday, Terry Koshan of The Toronto Sun reports.
Rosen hasn't played in an NHL game since the 2017-18 season, and it appears he's being brought up to provide depth on the blue line. The 25-year-old is having an excellent season with AHL Toronto, compiling 46 points over 54 games. His next chance to crack the NHL lineup will be Monday's road game versus the Islanders.
Rosen signed a two-year contract extension with Toronto on Monday.
While Rosen's deal actually comes with a reduced salary ($750,000 versus $925,000), it is a one-way deal that will ensure he gets to spend some time in the NHL. By agreeing to terms with Rosen, the Leafs may have tipped their hand in regards to Martin Marincin's future with the club, as the 26-year-old will be an unrestricted free agent after the 2018-19 campaign.
Rosen was assigned to AHL Toronto on Wednesday.
This Maple Leafs did not end up deploying the Swede upon his latest recall, as Travis Dermott looks to have made a quick recovery from an illness. Various scouts have noted that Rosen is a quality puck-moving defenseman, but it'll probably take some time for the Swede to get fully acclimated to North American hockey. He's recorded 16 assists and 17 points through 50 games with the Marlies, and a single assist represents his point total through four games at the highest level.
The Maple Leafs recalled Rosen on emergency basis Tuesday.
Nikita Zaitsev missed Saturday's game against Pittsburgh due to an illness and he wasn't at practice Tuesday morning, so Rosen will likely round out the Maple Leafs' depth at defense for Wednesday's matchup with Dallas. The 24-year-old Swede has notched one goal and 17 points in 50 contests with AHL Toronto this campaign.
Rosen was sent down to AHL Toronto on Monday.
Rosen's reassignment is a direct result of the club's decision to sign Roman Polak to a one-year deal. The 23-year-old Rosen has not appeared in either of the Leafs' previous two outings, instead watching from the press box. The defenseman should get plenty of ice time with the Marlies, which will further his development significantly more than observing from afar.
Rosen was recalled from AHL Toronto on Friday, Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports.
Rosen was one of the final training camp cuts and returns to the Leafs following their 7-2 demolishing of the Jets. Toronto made the move to waive Martin Marincin, who will flip spots with Rosen for now and join the Marlies. Rosen, a 23-year-old from Sweden, will likely compete for ice time with fellow rookie Andreas Borgman as long as the two remain on the 23-man roster.
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