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Foligno (lower-body) is expected to be ready for Game 1.

Foligno missed the final six games of the regular season, but was on the ice for Monday’s practice and is expected to be in for Game 1 against the Capitals. Foligno, who finished the season with 15 goals and 18 assists (33 points) in 72 games, will centre a line with Oliver Bjorkstrand and Josh Anderson on his wings.

Source: Steve Gorten 04/9/18, 9:53 pm EST

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Foligno will miss 2-4 weeks with a lower-body injury.

Foligno finished Saturday’s game against the Blues, so there’s no word on when the Blue Jackets’ captain sustained the injury. The timing could not be worse for Foligno, as Columbus has been red-hot and this injury could force him to miss the start of the playoffs. He has picked up one goal and five assists (six points) in his last seven games.

Source: Frank Seravalli 03/26/18, 10:29 am EST

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Foligno (illness) returned to practice on Monday; expected to be in the lineup on Tuesday.

Foligno missed both of the Blue Jackets’ games over the weekend because of an illness, but he was back on the ice this afternoon and should be back in the lineup on Tuesday. Foligno has had a great season to date, having scored 10 goals with 12 assists (22 points) in 24 games.

Source: Tom Reed 12/12/16, 7:50 am EST

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Foligno (illness) missed the morning skate and is questionable for Tuesday’s game.

Foligno is battling an illness and head coach John Tortorella listed him as questionable for tonight’s game vs. the Flyers. Consider him a game-time decision and expect Alex Wennberg, who missed Sunday’s game with a lower-body injury to replace Foligno if he can’t play.

Source: Rob Mixer 03/22/16, 6:56 am EST

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Foligno (upper-body) has been placed on IR; out indefinitely.

Foligno left Friday’s game with an upper-body injury that he suffered when he was hit hight by Hurricanes’ forward Brad Malone. He looked dazed, so the immediate concern was a concussion and his movement to IR suggests that could be the case. With Foligno out, the Blue Jackets have recalled Kerby Rychel from Lake Erie (AHL).

Source: Columbus Blue Jacekts 01/9/16, 11:04 am EST

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