Toronto Maple Leafs center Nazem Kadri (43) in the second period of an NHL hockey game Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019, in Denver. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

TORONTO | The Toronto Maple Leafs acquired defenseman Tyson Barrie, forward Alex Kerfoot and a sixth-round pick in the 2020 draft from the Colorado Avalanche on Monday.

Toronto is sending Colorado forward Nazem Kadri, defenseman Calle Rosen and its third-round selection in the 2020 draft.

Colorado will retain 50 percent of Barrie’s average annual value ($5.5 million) as part of the trade.

The 27-year-old Barrie played 78 games for the Avalanche during the 2018-19 season and had 14 goals and 59 points, which was seventh among NHL defensemen.

In 484 regular-season games, all with Colorado, Barrie has 75 goals and 307 points. Barrie was drafted by Colorado in the third round (64th overall) in 2009.

Kerfoot, 24, appeared in 78 games for the Avalanche in 2018-19 and had 15 goals and 42 points.

Kerfoot was selected by New Jersey in the fifth round (150th overall) in 2012 and signed a two-year, entry-level contract with Colorado in August 2017.

Kadri, 28, had spent his entire career with Toronto after being selected seventh overall in 2009.

He had 161 goals and 357 points in 561 regular-season games, including back-to-back 30-goal seasons in 2016-17 and 2017-18.

“Nazem is a proven goal scorer and a fierce competitor who plays in all situations,” Avalanche general manager Joe Sakic said. “He is under contract for the next three seasons and will immediately fit right in as our second-line center and improve our scoring depth.”

Rosen, 25, has split the past two seasons in the Toronto organization between the Leafs and American Hockey League’s Marlies.

Rosen, signed by Toronto as a free agent in May 2017, has had one goal and one assist in eight NHL games. He spent parts of five seasons playing professionally in his native Sweden before joining the Leafs.

“Calle is a young defenseman with upside who has played in the AHL and has also seen some NHL time over the last two years,” Sakic said.

“With the arrival and emergence of (defensemen) Samuel Girard and Cale Makar, as well as the recent draft pick of Bowen Byram, we felt it was time to move in this direction with Tyson’s contract expiring next summer.”