The Blue Jackets have activated Nick Foligno (upper-body) from IR.
Foligno has missed the past six games after suffering an upper body injury on January 8 at Carolina. He has registered six goals and 19 assists for 25 points with 30 penalty minutes in 39 games this season. Expect him to return to the lineup on Saturday.
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).
Foligno left Friday’s game with an upper-body injury; doubtful for Saturday.
Foligno left Friday’s game after catching a hit to the head from Hurricanes’ forward Brad Malone. Foligno appeared to be dazed, so the immediate concern is that he suffered a concussion. Continue to monitor his status as game-time approaches.
Foligno (undisclosed) will return to the Blue Jackets lineup on Tuesday.
Foligno missed the last three games with an undisclosed injury, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. Dallas. With Foligno back in, David Clarkson will be a healthy scratch. Foligno has one goal and three assists in his last four games and 19 points (5G / 14A) in 35 games this season.
Foligno (undisclosed) will not play on Saturday.
Foligno (undisclosed) will not play on Monday.
Foligno will be scratched on Monday because of an undisclosed injury. With Foligno out, Rene Bourque will be back in the Blue Jackets lineup. Foligno’s absence also suggests that Brandon Saad could be back on the top line. Consider Foligno as day-to-day.
Foligno will not play Tuesday due to an illness.
Foligno was scratched from Tuesday’s game because of flu-like symptoms and was replaced by Luke Adam. There was no word of any ailment prior to pre-game warmups, he even took part in the Blue Jackets morning skate. Monitor his status prior to Thursday’s game in Detroit.
Foligno (lower-body) is on the ice for pre-game warmups; expected to play
Foligno was listed as a gametime decision, but is on the ice for warmups, so it looks like he will play on a line with Artem Anisimov and Marko Dano.
Source: Jeff Rimer 02/19/15, 1:48 pm EST
Foligno (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Foligno missed Tuesday’s game but was on the ice for the Blue Jackets game day skate this morning, which is a sign that he could be available tonight. The Blue Jackets said the final decision on Foligno’s status will be made in warmups.
Foligno (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Foligno's injury is not believed to be serious, but he will be held out of tonight's game vs. the Flyers. With Foligno out, Corey Tropp is expected to skate on the Blue Jackets top-line.
Source: Jeff Rimer 02/17/15, 7:37 am EST
Foligno (neck) will be in the Blue Jackets lineup on Friday.
Foligno missed just one game after injuring his neck and having to be stretchered off of the ice on Sunday vs. the Kings. It is a pretty miraculous recovery and the Jackets will be glad to get him back because their lineup is ravaged by injuries right now.
Foligno (neck) hopes to play Friday.
Foligno was on the ice for the Blue Jackets practice this morning and took line rushes, which is a good sign that he could be available on Friday. This would be rather impressive considering he was stretchered off of the ice less than a week ago. His return would definitely help an extremely depleted Blue Jackets lineup.
Foligno (neck) is not on the ice for the Blue Jackets' morning skate.
Foligno said he is feeling fine despite being stretchered off of the ice on Sunday. He is likely a little stiff and that should keep him off of the ice for a few days, but the news is positive for what was a scary incident. He is day-to-day.
Foligno (head/neck) is day-to-day, avoided serious injury.
Foligno was knocked out in a collision with the linesman on Sunday night and had to be stretchered off of the ice. He said that he had lost feeling in the one side of his body but it came back quickly. He underwent an MRI and X-rays on Monday and everything came back negative. He was diagnosed with a "stinger" and is day-to-day.
Foligno (head) was stretchered off of the ice on Sunday.
Foligno's head collided with a linesman's body when he was rubbed out by Jeff Carter in Sunday's game. Foligno was laying facedown on the ice and had to be stretchered off. It was a scary scene and likely an injury that will sideline Foligno for a lengthy period of time.
No sign of Nick Foligno, which doesn’t seem to bode well for his status tonight.
Foligno hopes to be back for Game 3 in Columbus.
Source: Rob Mixer 04/19/14, 9:27 am EST
Foligno (lower-body) will not play in Game 1 on Wednesday.
Foligno missed the last six games of the regular season and will miss Game 1. He is expected to be back in the lineup at some point in the first round, but will not be there on Wednesday.
Source: Rob Mixer 04/14/14, 9:57 am EST
Foligno (lower-body) is likely to miss the rest of the regular season.
Foligno was injured in Thursday's 2-0 win over the Flyers. The Blue Jackets have just six games left in the regular season, so it looks like he will sit and hope they make the playoffs so he can return and help his squad.
Source: Jeff Rimer 04/4/14, 7:44 am EST
Nick Foligno will be in the lineup tonight and Sean Collins will sit.
Foligno sat out of Tuesday's game because of personal reasons, but he returns to the Blue Jackets top line tonight. Foligno has three goals and three assists in 10 games.
Foligno did not practice this morning and he will not play tonight vs. Ottawa.
Foligno had just been moved to the first line with Brandon Dubinsky and Marian Gaborik, but he will not be in the lineup tonight. Artem Anisimov will slide into the top line LW spot, while Sean Collins draws in on the fourth line.