Colorado Avalanche completed a trading Monday night, sending the defense Tyson Barrie and forwarding Alexander Kerfoot to the Toronto Maple Leafs. On the other hand, Avs comes to Nazem Kadri, the defense force Calle Rosen and a third round in the 2020 draft.
Colorado also sent back a sixth round pick in next year's draft as part of the deal.
"We would like to thank Tyson for everything he has done both on and off the ice for the aviation organization," said Avs general manager Joe Sakic in a release. "He certainly has not only affected his game but also with his charity work in the local community. We would also like to thank Alexander for his two seasons, as he helped our turn in making the playoffs the last two years.
Sakic added: "With the arrival and emergence of Samuel Girard and Cale Makar, as well as the recent draft elections of Bowen Byram, we felt it was time to move in this direction with Tyson's contract expiring next summer . "
The deal comes in the wake of three moves made during the free trade day's first day, earlier Monday when they signed forward, forwarding Joonas Donskoi from San Jose Sharks and Pierre-Edouard Bellemare from Vegas Golden Knights and again signed forward Colin Wilson .
A complete analysis of Colorado's features today by Avalanche beat reporter Mike Chambers can be found here.