Foligno is questionable for Saturday due to a lower-body injury.
Foligno was forced to leave Thursday's game in San Jose with a lower-body injury and missed Friday's practice. Head coach Bruce Boudreau listed Foligno as questionable for Saturday's game in Arizona, so look for Victor Rask to replace him in Minnesota's bottom-6.
Foligno will miss a minimum of one week with a left facial fracture.
Foligno dropped the mitts with Blackhawks’ forward John Hayden and was absolutely devastated by a right haymaker, fracturing a facial bone in the process. Foligno joins a long list of injured Wild forwards, but is only expected to miss a week or so.
Foligno (face) has been ruled out of Saturday’s game.
Foligno was absolutely blasted by a John Hayden haymaker in a fight last night and may have suffered a facial fracture. Foligno could miss some time beyond Saturday’s game vs. Columbus.
The Wild acquired Marcus Foligno, Tyler Ennis and a 2018 3rd round pick from the Sabres for Marco Scandella, Jason Pominville and a 2018 4th round pick.
Foligno is a big-body (6’2” / 215 lbs.) that has improved offensively in each of his six NHL seasons, setting a new career-high in goals (13) and tying a career-best in points (23) a season ago. Foligno will likely take Pominville’s spot as a third line winger in Minnesota, but doesn’t offer nearly any fantasy value due to his limited power play exposure.
Source: John Vogl 06/30/17, 5:57 pm EST
The Sabres signed Marcus Foligno to a one-year contract worth $2.25 million on July 14th.
Since breaking into the NHL in 2011-12, Foligno has seen his point-production rise a little bit in each season, reaching 23 points (10G / 13A) in 75 games last year. Still not great production from the 24-year-old, but another one-year deal should motivate him for more in 2016-17.
Foligno (lower-body) will not play on Saturday; listed as day-to-day.
Foligno (upper-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Foligno is a late scratch with an upper-body injury and is listed as day-to-day. Foligno will be replaced by Cal O’Reilly.
Foligno (undisclosed) returned to practice on Monday.
Foligno was held out of Saturday’s game vs. New Jersey, but was back at practice this morning and should be back in the lineup on Tuesday. Foligno has three assists in seven games this season.
Foligno (hand) will return to the Sabres lineup on Sunday.
Foligno has been out since December 21st, but will replace Cody Hodgson in today’s lineup vs. the Islanders. Foligno has nine points (5G / 4A) in 28 games this season.
Foligno (hand) was a full participant in Sabres practice on Saturday.
Foligno has been out since December 21st, but he is getting really close to being back in the Sabres lineup. He is not expected to play tonight vs. the Stars, but he could return tomorrow vs. the Islanders.
Foligno (hand) returned to practice on Thursday.
Foligno has been out since December 21st after he underwent hand surgery. He was expected to miss six weeks, but today marks the five and a half week point. He participated in practice with a non-contact jersey, so he will need to shed that sweater before he returns.
Source: Bill Hoppe 02/5/15, 5:46 am EST
Foligno (hand) hopeful he can return in six weeks.
Foligno underwent surgery on his injured hand and will miss another month and a half.
Foligno could miss one month with a hand injury.
Foligno has been sent back to Buffalo with what is being called a “significant hand injury” that he suffered on Sunday vs.the Bruins. Joel Armia has been recalled and will make his NHL debut tonight in Foligno’s place.
Foligno (shoulder) will be back in the Sabres lineup on Tuesday.
Foligno has been out since November 1st and he has missed four games with a shoulder injury. He will be back in on a line with Cody McCormick and Chris Stewart. He has two goals and one assist this season.
Foligno (undisclosed) will miss a second straight game on Wednesday.
Foligno is reportedly “banged up” but no word has been released as to what ailing him. He will sit again tonight, which means Johan Larsson will remain in the lineup vs. the Canadiens.
Foligno (undisclosed) will be back in the Sabres lineup on Tuesday.
Foligno missed Monday's matinee vs. the Ducks, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Hurricanes. He will skate on the left wing with Cody Hodgson and Chris Stewart.
Foligno (undisclosed) will not play on Tuesday.
The Sabres said that Foligno is "banged up" so he will sit out this afternoon with Brian Flynn getting in the lineup. Consier Foligno day-to-day.
The Sabres have signed Marcus Foligno to a two-year, $3.75 million deal.
Foligno signs a very cap-managable contract to stay in Buffalo a year after scoring seven goals with 12 assists (19 points) in 74 games last year. The 22-year-old has all the tools to be a good NHL player and the additions the Sabres made yesterday should help Foligno continue to grow.
Source: Bill Hoppe 07/2/14, 7:09 am EST
Foligno (knee) will return to the Sabres lineup on Tuesday.
Originally, Foligno's knee injury was believed to be a structural injury, but turned out to be more of a bone bruise. He missed the last two games, but will be in the lineup vs. the Wings tomorrow. He has seven goals and 10 assists (17 points) in 70 games.
Source: Amy Moritz 04/7/14, 3:26 pm EST
Foligno will likely miss the final six games of the season after his right leg buckled early in Thursday’s 2-1 loss to the St. Louis Blues.
Foligno got tangled with St. Louis’ Roman Polak 1:58 into the game, causing his leg to bend awkwardly as he fell – but Sabres coach Ted Nolan said it wasn’t as bad as it appeared. “But he’s going to be out probably the rest of the year,” he told reporters in St. Louis.With winger Drew Stafford likely out again tonight in Detroit, the Sabres will need to recall someone from Rochester, Nolan said.
Source: Bill Hoppe 04/4/14, 5:35 am EST