Foligno recorded an assist and two PIM in Sunday's 5-4 overtime win over the Ducks.
Foligno has three points in his last two games after a six-game point drought. The 28-year-old forward is up to a career-high 25 points to go with 184 hits, 86 shots on net and 28 PIM in 59 outings. He can carry some value in deeper formats that reward physicality.
Foligno scored an even-strength goal on three shots and added an assist in Saturday's 7-3 loss to the Kings.
Foligno recorded his first points in seven games, collecting a plus-3 rating in the game despite his team losing by four goals. The 28-year-old has produced a career-best season from a statistical perspective, racking up 24 points, 86 shots and 184 hits across 14:35 per game in 58 contests.
Foligno scored a goal on his only shot and had two hits in Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Blues.
Foligno batted his own rebound out of mid-air to provide Minnesota's only scoring. It was Foligno's first goal since Jan. 14, snapping a 14-game goal drought. The physical veteran has 10 goals and 22 points in 51 games. He's within striking distance of his previous career highs of 13 and 23, respectively.
Foligno collected a helper, two blocked shots and a plus-2 rating in Friday's 3-2 win over the Stars.
Foligno set up Ryan Suter for a shot, which rebounded to Joel Eriksson Ek for the Wild's first goal of the game. The helper snapped a four-game point drought for Foligno, who now has 21 points, 62 shots and 146 hits through 44 contests. He's never recorded more than 23 points in a season -- a mark he's achieved three times -- but it seems likely the 28-year-old will do so in 2019-20.
Foligno provided an assist and three hits in Monday's 5-4 loss to the Panthers.
Foligno picked up the secondary helper on Luke Kunin's third-period tally. The 28-year-old winger has racked up five goals and three assists in his last eight games. He's up to 20 points and 134 hits this season in just 39 games. Foligno had 23 points in three straight years as his career high, but he's on pace to shatter that mark in 2019-20.
Foligno scored his team's only goal in a 4-1 loss to Vancouver on Sunday.
Foligno has scored eight goals this season, including four in his last five games. With only 17 points to his name in 2019-20, Foligno needs to find other ways to impact games and has done so by dishing out 119 hits this season.
Foligno potted a pair of goals in Sunday's 5-4 shootout loss to the Flames.
Foligno struck twice in the first period, but neither lead held up in a back-and-forth game. The forward has scored in bunches recently, with consecutive two-point games following a five-game drought that came after a three-point outing. With 16 points, 49 shots on goal and 116 hits in 33 games, Foligno is just too streaky to be relied on in fantasy.
Foligno scored a goal and added two helpers in Thursday's 8-5 win over the Coyotes.
Foligno put the Wild ahead for the first time at 3:25 of the second period. The winger then set up Ryan Hartman's tally in the second and Ryan Suter's insurance goal in the third. Foligno also led the team with seven hits and five shots on goal in the contest. The 28-year-old now has 12 points, 92 hits and 34 shots on goal in 26 appearances. He's never had more than 23 points in a season -- Foligno isn't a factor in most standard fantasy formats.
Foligno (lower body) had three hits in 10:24 of ice time in Sunday's 3-2 shootout win over Dallas.
Foligno was seeing his first action since Nov. 7 and skated on the left side of Minnesota's fourth line. He didn't produce any points in his return to the lineup, but that's not his role anyway. Foligno will continue as a bottom-six checking forward and penalty killer.
Foligno (lower body) is on the ice for pregame warmups and is expected to enter the lineup for Sunday's game against Dallas, Sarah McLellan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Foligno will make his return to the lineup for the first time since Nov. 7. Now that he's officially back healthy, Foligno is expected to replace Victor Rask in the lineup for Sunday's game.
Foligno (lower body) remains out Friday against Ottawa, according to Jessi Pierce's NHL.com game preview.
Foligno hasn't dressed since Nov. 7 and was deemed week-to-week soon after that date. Now more than three weeks have passed since he last played. Until an update comes on his health, expect Foligno to remain sidelined.
General Manager Bill Guerin said Monday that Foligno (lower body) is considered week-to-week, Sarah McLellan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Foligno missed Saturday's game against the Coyotes, and was originally considered day-to-day with the injury. As evidenced by this news, the injury seems a bit more serious than originally thought, and he's likely a long shot for Tuesday's game against the Kings. This is a tough break for the veteran, who has started his campaign strong, posting two goals and six points through the first 16 games.
Foligno (lower body) is unavailable for Saturday's road clash against the Coyotes, Sarah McLellan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Foligno was initially considered questionable for this contest, and he'll now aim to get back into the fold Tuesday against the Kings. The 28-year-old is known for his physical presence in the bottom six, as he posted 206 hits last season, but he's featured an offensive touch this year with six points through 16 games, putting him on pace for a career high.
Foligno (lower body) is questionable for Saturday's clash with Arizona, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
After failing to hit the 20-point mark last season, Foligno has started off relatively strong this year with six points in 16 games. If the Buffalo native does miss any time, Victor Rask will get the chance to come down from the press box after serving as a healthy scratch for three straight games.
Foligno picked up a lower-body injury in Thursday's game versus the Sharks, Michael Russo of The Athletic reports.
Foligno dished three hits and skated 4:15 in the contest before exiting. Coach Bruce Boudreau didn't have an update on the 28-year-old's status after the game, but he indicated an update would be available Friday.
Foligno lit the lamp and had five hits in Saturday's 4-3 overtime loss to St. Louis.
Foligno registered his second goal of the season with a nice re-direct in the slot that opened the scoring early in the first period. A bottom-six player and key penalty-killer for the Wild, Foligno has two goals and six points in 14 games this season.
Foligno had two shots on goal, four hits and was minus-1 in 13:17 of ice time in Thursday's loss at Nashville.
Foligno begins the season in a fourth-line checking role, which won't translate to much fantasy value, except formats using hits (he had 203 hits in 2018-19).
Foligno finished Monday's 1-0 loss to Nashville with a shot on goal, a hit, and a block. He was also called for a minor penalty in the third period.
Without a point in five straight, Foligno was held off the scoresheet for a sixth consecutive game Monday, along with the rest of his teammates, in a game that saw Minnesota shut out by Juuse Saros. The depth forward has a goal and two assists in the month of March (13 games) and 18 points in 77 games in 2018-19.
Foligno dished out an even-strength assist in Tuesday's 5-4 loss in Nashville.
Foligno finally got back in the point column after he had been pointless in his last nine contests. The 27-year-old found Eric Fehr in front, and pushed his season point total to 16 in 67 games. The fact that Foligno received just 12:19 of ice time and still had an assist, two hits and two blocks shows he can produce in a limited role going forward.
Foligno has four points and four blocks while averaging 13:27 in his past five games.
His last five games includes a rarely-seen Gordie Howe hat trick against New Jersey Feb 9. Foligno moved his point total up to 15 in 64 game, while averaging just :03 of power-play ice time. With a limited role in the Minnesota depth chart, fantasy owners should be skeptical about deploying Foligno despite his recent success.
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