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Dorsett, who is on the injured list, could miss the rest of the season. In 280 NHL games, all with Columbus, Dorsett has 27 goals and 38 assists. He led the league with 235 penalty minutes last season, but also set career highs with 12 goals, 20 points, 137 shots, while playing in 77 games.
The 22-year-old Delisle was the Blue Jackets’ third pick, 107th overall, in the 2008 draft. He played in four games this season with Connecticut of the AHL and 61 with Greenville of the ECHL.
Parlett, 23, was signed as a free agent by the Rangers in June 2011. He had six goals and 22 assists in 67 games with Connecticut this season and 12 goals and 42 assists in 146 career AHL games.
To make room on the roster, the Rangers assigned forwards Chris Kreider and Jesper Fast to Connecticut. Fast had been on loan by the Rangers to HV71 of the Swedish Elite League. The 21-year-old Kreider has two goals and one assist in 17 games with New York this season. In 34 games with Connecticut, Kreider had five goals and seven assists.
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