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.
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.
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.