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Shots On Goal
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Jan 28, 2023 0 0 0 2
Jan 26, 2023 0 1 0 1 3.75
Jan 24, 2023 0 0 -2 0 -2
Jan 19, 2023 0 0 0 1
Jan 17, 2023 0 0 2 0 2

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2022 46.2511.6 4 11 15 -1 15:33
2021 1707.4 23 19 42 25 16:25
2020 95.258.7 11 15 26 19 14:56
3y Avg. 1147.6 15 16 31 17 15:33
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Back at practice

    Foligno (illness) was back on the ice for Monday's practice, Joe Smith of The Athletic reports. Foligno sat out Saturday's game against Florida with a non-COVID illness. It looks like he will be available for Tuesday's game against Tampa Bay. He will probably replace Mason Shaw, who filled in for him Saturday, in the lineup. Foligno has four goals, 14 points, 48 shots on net and 126 hits in 36 contests this campaign.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Won't play Saturday

    Foligno will sit out Saturday's game against Florida with an illness. Foligno will miss at least one game due to a non-COVID illness. He will be replaced in the lineup by Mason Shaw. Foligno has 14 points, 48 shots on goal and 126 hits in 36 contests this campaign.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Picks up helper Wednesday

    Foligno registered an assist in the Wild's 5-1 win against Tampa Bay on Wednesday. Foligno has three goals and 12 points in 29 contests this season. He was playing in just his second straight contest after missing three games because of a lower-body injury. Foligno's only been held off the scoresheet once in his last four outings.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Removed from IR

    Foligno (lower body) was activated from injured reserve Saturday, per the NHL media site. This paves the way for Foligno to return to the lineup Saturday against St. Louis. According to Joe Smith of The Athletic, coach Dean Evason said Friday that there's a good chance the Wild forward would be back Saturday following a three-game absence. Foligno has 10 points, 46 PIM and 90 hits in 27 contests this season.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: No timeline to return

    Foligno (lower body) doesn't have a timeline to return, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports. Head coach Dean Evason would only reveal that Foligno is not expected back "any time too soon." This likely means that Foligno's absence will stretch past Saturday -- the first day he's eligible to return. While the winger is sidelined, Samuel Walker and Adam Beckman figure to compete for bottom-six minutes.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Lands on IR

    Foligno (lower body) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday. Foligno's placement on IR was presumably made retroactive to Dec. 22, in which case he'd be eligible to return as soon as Saturday versus St. Louis, although it remains to be seen if he'll be ready for that contest. The 31-year-old winger has picked up 10 points and 90 hits through 27 games this campaign.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Not expected to travel

    Foligno (lower body) is not expected to travel with the Wild for Tuesday's game in Winnipeg, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports. Foligno, who has notched 10 points and 90 hits in 27 games this year, also didn't play last Thursday versus San Jose. According to Russo, Minnesota will recall forwards Samuel Walker and Adam Beckman to fill in for Foligno and Mason Shaw (suspension).
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Not expected to play Thursday

    Foligno (lower body) won't play Thursday versus the Sharks, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports. Foligno attempted to give it a go in warmups, but he ultimately left after one line rush. The Wild will roll with seven defensemen instead with Alex Goligoski drawing into the lineup. Foligno will look to heal up ahead of Tuesday's game versus the Jets.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Records helper in win

    Foligno picked up an assist in Wednesday's 4-1 win over Detroit. Despite his helper, Foligno remains mired in a 10-game goal drought dating back to Nov. 23 versus Winnipeg when he scored a pair of goals. The Wild's entire third line of Foligno, Jordan Greenway and Joel Eriksson Ek has been struggling of late, which could open up opportunities for things to be shuffled around, especially once Ryan Hartman (upper body) is cleared to return.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Expected to be fine

    Foligno required stitches for an injury behind his ear, but Michael Russo of The Athletic reports the winger will be fine after Wednesday's game versus the Jets. Foligno left the contest late in the third period. He scored twice prior to his exit, bringing his goal total for the year to three. He's added three helpers, 50 hits, 17 shots on net and 16 PIM through 14 contests. Foligno's place in the lineup isn't in jeopardy with the addition on Ryan Reaves via trade from the Rangers, but they play a similar style and any prolonged slump could eat into Foligno's ice time. Check back on his status prior to Friday's game versus the Maple Leafs to make sure his injury doesn't cost him time.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Returns to action Friday

    Foligno (upper body) will return to the lineup Friday against Seattle, according to Joe Smith of The Athletic. Foligno missed five games with the injury. He has two assists in eight games this season, a far cry from his career year in 2021-22, when he had 23 goals and 42 points. He will replace Tyson Jost in the lineup.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Targeting Friday for return

    Foligno (upper body) is aiming to play Friday against the Kraken, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports. That essentially rules out Foligno for Minnesota's next two games, but he could be back before the end of the team's road trip. He has been sidelined since Oct. 29.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Ruled out next two contests

    Foligno (upper body) won't be an option for the Wild's next two contests, Sarah McLellan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports Wednesday. Despite being ruled out for the first outing of Minnesota's upcoming three-game road trip, Foligno may still travel with the team. Prior to his absence, the Buffalo native was mired in a six-game goal drought during which he recorded just six shots and one helper.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Won't play Tuesday

    Foligno (upper body) won't play Tuesday against Montreal, Sarah McLellan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Foligno also wasn't available to play Sunday versus the Blackhawks. Minnesota has run into some injuries up front, as Ryan Hartman (upper body) and Jordan Greenway (upper body) also won't play Tuesday.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Unavailable Sunday

    Foligno (upper body) will not play Sunday against the Blackhawks, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports. Foligno will be further evaluated in Minnesota before the team provides an update on his return timeline. The veteran winger has three points through eight games this season. Tyson Jost will enter the lineup Sunday in Foligno's absence.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Earns helper on man advantage

    Foligno registered a power-play assist in Saturday's 4-3 loss to the Bruins. There should be more attention on Foligno this season considering he racked up career highs in goals (23) and assists (19) in 2021-22. Minnesota entered Saturday's contest with the league's second-best power play -- behind only the Avalanche -- and Foligno's participation on the No. 2 power-play unit helps the punishing winger stay relevant in deep fantasy leagues.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Delivers pair of helpers

    Foligno notched two assists and went plus-2 in Friday's 5-1 win over the Blues in Game 3. Foligno helped out on goals by linemates Jordan Greenway and Joel Eriksson Ek as the Wild got key contributions from their third line. These were Foligno's first two points of the postseason, though he's added four shots on net, six hits, 14 PIM and a plus-4 rating. The winger enjoyed a career year in the regular season with 23 goals, 19 assists, 238 hits and 112 PIM in 74 outings.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Good to go Monday

    Foligno (lower body) will play in Game 1 against the Blues on Monday, Sarah McLellan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. As expected, Foligno will be in the lineup despite dealing with a minor injury. Because he's not at 100 percent, his ice time could be limited compared to the 16:25 he averaged during the regular season. The veteran forward set new career highs in goals (23) and points (42) this season while racking up 238 hits.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Will try to play through injury

    Foligno (lower body) expects to be able to play through his injury for Game 1 against the Blues on Monday, telling reporters, "It's the playoffs. It'd feel wrong sitting out," Sarah McLellan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Foligno hasn't officially been cleared by the team for Monday's matchup, but it certainly sounds like the winger will be on the ice. The Buffalo native is coming off a career year in which he set new personal bests in goals (23), assists (19) and ice time (16:25 per game). If he does suit up, Foligno figures to fill a third-line role.
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  • Wild's Marcus Foligno: Exits Friday's game

    Foligno (lower body) will not return to Friday's game against Colorado. Foligno was the victim of a knee-to-knee collision with Kurtis MacDermid that resulted in the latter receiving a game misconduct. The 30-year-old winger recorded an assist in 1:28 of ice time before the injury. An update on his status should be available before the start of the postseason.
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