Dalpe will miss Columbus' last three games of the season with a lower-body injury.
Dalpe will end the campaign having totaled just three points through 12 NHL appearances. The 31-year-old vet is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
Dalpe (personal) will make his return Monday against the Predators, Mark Scheig of The Hockey Writers reports.
Dalpe's scheduled to suit up for the first time since April 20. He's expected to work in a bottom-six center role in his return to the lineup.
Dalpe (personal) won't play Tuesday versus Detroit.
At this point it isn't clear if Dalpe is still away from the team or simply sitting as a healthy scratch. Either way, he's only tallied three points through 11 top-level appearances this season, so there's no reason for fantasy players to keep tabs on his status.
Dalpe has returned to Columbus to be present for the birth of his child, Aaron Portzline of The Athletic reports.
It's safe to assume Dalpe will miss Columbus' next two games against the Lightning on Thursday and Sunday. The veteran forward has picked up three points through 11 NHL appearances this season.
Dalpe has been promoted to Columbus' active roster ahead of Saturday's game versus Chicago, Blue Jackets team reporter Jeff Svoboda reports.
Dalpe's expected to center the Blue Jackets' fourth line Saturday. He's picked up one goal in five NHL appearances this season.
Dalpe was reassigned to Columbus' taxi squad Friday.
Dalpe has only cracked the Blue Jackets' lineup five times this season, potting one goal while posting a minus-1 rating over that span.
Dalpe registered a goal on his only shot and added a hit in Tuesday's 4-2 win over Tampa Bay.
Dalpe made the most of his meager 7:49 of ice time, streaking to the front of the net and redirecting a perfect Max Domi pass to open the scoring in the first period. It was the first goal of the season for Dalpe, who had been promoted from the taxi squad earlier in the day and suited up for just the fourth time all year.
Dalpe will be promoted to Columbus' active roster and play Tuesday versus the Lightning, Mark Scheig of The Hockey Writers reports.
Dalpe's expected to skate on Columbus' fourth line Tuesday. He's gone scoreless through three top-level appearances this season.
Dalpe was assigned to the taxi squad Saturday.
The Blue Jackets promoted Grigorenko to the active roster in a corresponding move. Dalpe has played just three games this season, recording no points and three shots on net.
Dalpe was promoted to the active roster Tuesday, Mark Scheig of The Hockey Writers reports.
Dalpe hasn't played an NHL game since the 2018-19 campaign. He's eligible to suit up for Tuesday's matchup versus the Lightning, though he may just serve as pregame injury insurance. The 31-year-old has collected 25 points over 141 career NHL games, so fantasy managers shouldn't be too concerned about his presence in the lineup.
Dalpe was recalled from AHL Cleveland to the taxi squad Sunday.
Dalpe was sent down Sunday morning, but it appears that was just a paper move. The 31-year-old will add depth for the Blue Jackets. He hasn't played an NHL game since the 2018-19 campaign.
The Blue Jackets reassigned Dalpe to AHL Cleveland on Sunday.
Dalpe provided depth on the taxi squad for Columbus, but failed to suit up in its past two games. The 31-year-old will return to the minors, where he's racked up three goals and four points across five games this season.
Dalpe was recalled from AHL Cleveland to the taxi squad Thursday.
Dalpe will add depth at forward for the Blue Jackets for the time being. The 31-year-old has played just one NHL game since the start of the 2018-19 season. Over five games in the minors this year, he's recorded three goals and an assist.
Dalpe was placed on waivers Monday, Blue Jackets team reporter Jeff Svoboda reports.
The 31-year-old is expected to wind up with AHL Cleveland if he clears waivers. Dalpe has appeared in only one NHL game over the last two seasons, and the center's main value to the organization is as a mentor who can show prospects the ropes as they break into the pros with the Monsters.
Dalpe was placed on waivers Monday for the purpose of reassigning him to AHL Cleveland.
Dalpe lit up the minors last season, as he racked up 33 goals and 22 helpers in 55 games with the Monsters. The 29-year-old has only managed 141 NHL contests, but his strong AHL season could earn him a look from one of the other 30 clubs. If he does clear, the Ontario native likely won't be long for the minors and should be atop the short list of call-ups.
Dalpe was reassigned to AHL Cleveland on Wednesday.
Dalpe figures to link up with the Monsters for the Calder Cup Playoffs, though he could find himself back with the Jackets as an emergency depth option once the second-round begins. Even if the center is with Columbus, he is unlikely to see any ice time barring a run of injuries.
Dalpe was recalled from AHL Cleveland on Monday.
Dalpe had a great season in the AHL, racking up 55 points in 55 games for the Cleveland. He played one game in the NHL this season, collecting an assist. With no injuries to the forward group and a 3-0 series lead, Dalpe likely won't see the ice anytime soon.
Dalpe signed a two-year, two-way contract extension with Columbus on Wednesday.
Dalpe has been up and down between both the AHL and NHL, registering just one point in 28 games this campaign with the big club. With the Blue Jackets adding forwards Matt Duchene and Ryan Dzingel at the trade deadline, most of Dalpe's time will likely be spent in AHL Cleveland this season.
Dalpe was reassigned to AHL Cleveland on Thursday.
Dalpe's demotion is a good indication Josh Anderson (upper body) will be ready to play against the Kings on Thursday. In his lone appearance this season, the 28-year-old Dalpe tallied one assist, one shot and a plus-1 rating in 9:01 of ice time. The Ontario native likely will find himself moving between levels some more this season, but the bulk of his minutes should come with the Monsters.
The Blue Jackets recalled Dalpe from AHL Cleveland on Wednesday.
Josh Anderson is considered day-to-day with an upper-body injury, so Dalpe will serve as insurance against the Kings on Thursday. The 29-year-old has racked up 13 goals and 25 points in 24 AHL appearances this season.
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