|Assets:||Never backs down from a challenge. Is strong on the forecheck and a capable pugilist. Understands how to play the enforcer role at the National Hockey League level.|
|Flaws:||Lacks offensive instincts, which will always relegate him to a bottom-six forward role in the big league. In fact, he isn't great if playing a regular shift, either.|
|Career Potential:||Depth winger and part-time enforcer.|
|9/23/2015||Released from training camp by the Philadelphia Flyers.|
|9/05/2015||Invited to training camp by the Philadelphia Flyers.|
|8/31/2015||Signed with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms (AHL).|
|10/03/2014||Placed on waivers by the Philadelphia Flyers for the purpose of being assigned to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms (AHL).|
|4/17/2013||Signed by the Philadelphia Flyers to a two-year contract extension.|
|4/03/2013||Recalled from Adirondack (AHL).|
|4/01/2013||Acquired from the Anaheim Ducks.|
|1/18/2013||Assigned to Norfolk (AHL).|
|1/16/2013||Signed as an unrestricted free agent by the Anaheim Ducks to a one-year contract.|
|10/03/2012||Signed by the Norfolk Admirals (AHL).|
|4/08/2012||Placed on waivers by the Toronto Maple Leafs.|
|3/06/2012||Recalled from Toronto (AHL).|
|3/03/2012||Placed on re-entry waivers by the Toronto Maple Leafs.|
|2/25/2012||Assigned to Toronto (AHL).|
|2/24/2012||Placed on waivers by the Toronto Maple Leafs.|
|6/30/2011||Re-signed by the Toronto Maple Leafs to a one-year contract.|
|1/22/2011||Recalled from Toronto (AHL).|
|12/20/2010||Assigned to Toronto (AHL).|
|12/18/2010||Missed 4 games (broken nose).|
|12/09/2010||Broken nose, day-to-day.|
|12/03/2010||Recalled from Toronto (AHL).|
|10/04/2010||Assigned to Toronto (AHL).|
|3/09/2010||Assigned to Toronto (AHL).|
|3/07/2010||Recalled from Toronto (AHL).|
|2/07/2010||Assigned to Toronto (AHL).|
|1/14/2010||Recalled from Toronto (AHL).|
|11/12/2009||Assigned to Toronto (AHL).|
|7/06/2009||Re-signed as a free agent by the Toronto Maple Leafs to a two-year contract.|
|10/22/2007||Re-assigned to Norfolk (AHL).|
|10/17/2007||Re-assigned to Mississippi (ECHL).|
|9/26/2007||Assigned to Norfolk (AHL).|
|9/19/2006||Assigned to Springfield (AHL).|
|4/10/2006||Re-assigned to Johnstown (ECHL).|
|2/07/2006||Re-assigned to Springfield (AHL).|
|2/03/2006||Re-assigned to Johnstown (ECHL).|
|9/21/2005||Assigned to Springfield (AHL).|
|8/26/2005||Signed by the Tampa Bay Lightning to a multi-year contract.|
|4/01/2013||Philadelphia Flyers traded Harry Zolnierczyk to the Anaheim Ducks for Jay Rosehill.|
|1/16/2013||Signed as an unrestricted free agent by the Anaheim Ducks.|
|3/10/2009||Tampa Bay Lightning/Norfolk Admirals (AHL) traded Jay Rosehill to the Toronto Maple Leafs/Toronto Marlies (AHL) for future considerations.|
|6/22/2003||Drafted by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 7th round (227th overall) in 2003.|
| 08/31/2015 7:35 PM
NewsRosehill signed a one-year, AHL-only contract with the Flyers' affiliate in Lehigh Valley, Dave Isaac of the South Jersey Courier-Post reports.
Jay Rosehill is stuck in the press box | 12/25/2013 6:47 PM
NewsJay Rosehill has spent six straight games as a healthy scratch.
ImpactEven when Rosehill does play, he only averages 4:25 minutes per game. If he ever establishes himself as a regular on the Flyers fourth line, he could end up leading the NHL in penalty minutes. As it is, he's accumulated 59 PIM in just 22 games.
Jay Rosehill scores first of the season Sat. | 11/10/2013 10:22 AM
NewsJay Rosehill scored his first goal of the season on Saturday.
ImpactRosehill was an assist short of the Gordie Howe hat trick as he had a fight later in the game after his first period goal. "He plays so hard," defenseman Mark Streit said of Rosehill. "Sometimes he plays five minutes, sometimes less, sometimes more. He scored a goal and had a big fight. He's a big part of our locker room. It's great to have him on the team. He gives us a lot of positive energy out there." Rosehill has one point and 28 penalty minutes in nine games this season and will continue to put up good penalty minute totals if he is in the lineup.
Jay Rosehill gets 14 PIM on Tuesday | 10/09/2013 10:16 AM
NewsJay Rosehill picked up 14 penalty minutes in Philadelphia's 2-1 win over Florida on Tuesday.
ImpactRosehill turned a two minute roughing call into a double-minor and 10-minute misconduct on his way to the penalty box. He saw Zac Rinaldo surrounded by Panthers players and decided to respond by attacking Tomas Kopeck from behind. New coach Craig Berube felt Rosehill's actions, which occurred in the third period when his team was trying to preserve their one-goal lead, were "unacceptable," but does he actually have some kind of punishment in mind? When a reporter asked him that, Berube said, "You want me to spank him? Get lost." As long as Berube plays Rosehill, he will be a big source of penalty minutes.
Jay Rosehill: 'The code is changing' | 09/24/2013 12:43 PM
NewsJay Rosehill thinks enforcer John Scott's decision to fight Phil Kessel is a sign of the changing times.
ImpactThe idea that the bigger, stronger players battle each other instead of the skill players seems to be fading. "Yeah, I know the code," Rosehill said. "The code is changing. The rules are different. I know coaches recently say, 'Go after their skill.' That is the mentality and that will keep [happening] because if two tough guys fight each other, what does that matter? There are different schools of thought." Rosehill, like Scott, is a player known more for his physical nature than anything else. If Rosehill ever played a full NHL season, he would probably lead the league in penalty minutes.
Rosehill could play Saturday v Canes | 04/20/2013 12:21 PM
NewsJay Rosehill may play Saturday against Carolina.
Philadelphia Inquirer & Daily News
ImpactHe got a black eye in a fight earlier in the week but did participate in the Flyer practice. Consider him probable.
Flyers re-sign tough guy Jay Rosehill | 04/17/2013 6:21 PM
NewsPhiladelphia has announced the signing of Jay Rosehill to a two-year extension.
ImpactHe was acquired from Anaheim in exchange for Harry Zolnierczyk on April 1 and in seven games with the Flyers he has amassed 47 penalty minutes. Rosehill has also chipped in a goal and 10 hits.
Jay Rosehill likely to play vs, Leafs Thurs. | 04/03/2013 9:18 AM
NewsJay Rosehill will probably make his Philadelphia debut Thursday against Toronto.
Philadelphia Inquirer & Daily News
ImpactRosehill has played all 72 of his previous NHL games for the Maple Leafs. Toronto also leads the league in fighting majors this season, so he shouldn't have a problem finding some to tangle with Thursday night.
Rosehill set to practice with Flyers Tuesday | 04/02/2013 9:42 AM
NewsJay Rosehill is expected to practice with the Flyers on Tuesday.
Philadelphia Inquirer & Daily News
ImpactHe was acquired from Anaheim on Monday in exchange for Harry Zolnierczyk. Rosehill has 198 penalty minutes in 72 career NHL appearances.
Flyers get Jay Rosehill from Ducks | 04/01/2013 4:40 PM
NewsThe Philadelphia Flyers have acquired Jay Rosehill from the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for Harry Zolnierczyk.
Darren Dreger on Twitter
ImpactRosehill has eight points and 90 penalty minutes in 33 AHL games this season. If the Flyers decide to call him up, then he'll probably average at least two penalty minutes per game.
Ducks sign Parent, Rosehill and Bodie | 01/16/2013 10:10 PM
NewsThe Anaheim Ducks kept Jay Rosehill, Ryan Parent and Troy Bodie in the mix by signing them to one-year contracts.
ImpactAll three players aren't expected to be impact players, but they do provide the Ducks with some solid depth. Despite being just 25, Parent has 106 NHL games to his credit. That might not help him avoid switching between the big league and the AHL, but it shouldn't hurt his chances, either.
|Penalty Minutes||90||2013-14 (Phi)|
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