On the heels of sending Jarome Iginla to Hollywood, the Colorado Avalanche have made yet another trade. On Wednesday, the sent forward Andreas Martinsen to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for forward Sven Andrighetto.

In his second season with the Avalanche, Martinsen had three goals and seven points in 55 games. The 26-year-old Norwegian also led the team’s forwards in hits, with 146. He will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season.

Andrighetto has split time between the Canadiens and the AHL’s St. Johns IceCaps this season. In 27 games for the Habs, the 23-year-old Swiss national has two goals and eight points. In 20 games for the IceCaps, he netted eight goals and 22 points. Selected in the third round (86 overall) of the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, he has 11 goals and 28 points in 83 NHL games. He will be a restricted free agent after the season.

Able to play center or wing, Andrighetto’s best quality is his elite speed. A two-way forward, he competes hard, but isn’t overly physical.