The Toronto Maple Leafs and general manager Lou Lamoriello announced a couple of roster moves on Tuesday morning.
The team called up forward Andreas Johnsson from the Toronto Marlies while defenseman Calle Rosen has been recalled on an emergency basis from the Marlies.
If Johnsson gets to play, it'll be the 23 year old's NHL debut after being drafted in the 7th round of the 2013 NHL Draft. The winger has 54 points in 56 games so far this season with the Marlies which includes 26 goals. He also played at the 2018 AHL All-Star game replacing Kasperi Kapanen who had been called up.
Rosen was called up earlier this season and was able to get in four games with the Maple Leafs and registered one assist. Undrafted, Rosen signed with the Leafs in May of 2017 coming to North America for the first time. He's put up 17 points in 50 games so far this year in the AHL.
.@SportChek Player Alert: The @MapleLeafs have recalled forward Andreas Johnsson from the @TorontoMarlies. Defenceman @CalleRosen has been recalled on emergency basis. ???? : https://t.co/zjfxLbwKPP#TMLtalk pic.twitter.com/o7fnPHsNA6
— Toronto Maple Leafs (@MapleLeafs) March 13, 2018