The Blue Jackets have recalled Zac Dalpe from Cleveland (AHL).

Despite having a number of reserve forwards already in Columbus, it looks like Dalpe could draw into the lineup in Game 4. Dalpe would replace Brandon Dubinsky, who was banged up in Game 3. Dalpe had a strong season at the AHL level, scoring 33 goals with 22 assists (55 points) in 55 games.

Source: Aaron Portzline 04/15/19, 11:11 am EST

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The Blue Jackets have recalled Zac Dalpe from Cleveland (AHL) on an emergency basis.

The Blue Jackets have a forward who is questionable for Tuesday due to an illness, so Dalpe comes up as an extra forward. He has seven points (1G / 6A) in 12 games with the Monsters but has failed to record a point in 10 games with the Blue Jackets.

Source: @BlueJacketsPR 01/2/18, 4:35 am EST

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Dalpe will skate on a line with Henrik and Daniel Sedin tonight.

Dalpe has averaged only 6:22 TOI in 29 games this year, but played a season-high 14:15 in Friday's game vs. St. Louis. He scored his second goal of the season in that game, he now has four points (2G / 2A) on the season. He could be an interesting, cheap option in one-day leagues, but likely doesn't have any legitimate value in standard leagues.

Source: Dan Murphy 01/13/14, 11:15 am EST

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The Canucks sent the 22-year-old Kellan Tochkin to the Carolina Hurricanes along with a 2014 fourth round pick for the 23-year-old Zac Dalpe and 25-year-old Jeremy Welsh.

Dalpe was a second round pick in 2008 and was, at one point, a highly-touted prospect expected to play a large role in the future of the Hurricanes. Last year he appeared in just 10 NHL games, scoring three points. He had 21 goals and 42 points in 54 AHL games.

Source: Daniel Wagner 09/29/13, 11:22 am EST

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