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Foligno registered his 24th goal in Sunday's 5-3 loss to the Penguins.

Foligno had slowed down a bit with three straight off the scoresheet, but added to his breakout campaign Sunday with his 56th point in 60 contests. The 27-year-old hasn't gone any longer than three games without a point all season, so keep him rolling.

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Foligno recorded a pair of assists in Sunday's loss to the Rangers.

That's 10 points in eight games for Foligno, who is up to 23 goals and 55 points in 56 games on the season. Considering he's appeared on the scoresheet in seven of his last eight outings and has been a point-per-game player this season, there is no reason not to keep the 27-year-old all-star rolling.

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Foligno's breakout season continued Saturday when he notched his 23rd goal in a 3-1 loss to Montreal. He has 53 points in 54 games this year.He has eight points, including five goals, in his last seven games. We honestly never imagined this kind of production from him, but we'll certainly take it. Enjoy every moment.

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Foligno (lower body) will play in Thursday's game against the Penguins, Jeff Rimer of FOX Sports Ohio reports.Foligno went through pregame warmups, skating on the third line with Artem Anisimov and Marko Dano. Foligno only lost one game to the lower body injury, and he should be fine to handle his usual workload.

Nick Foligno LW CLS 15 Days

While coach Todd Richards said a final decision on Foligno's (lower body) status for Thursday's game against the Penguins would come after pregame warmups, the expectation is that the forward will play, Aaron Portzline of the Columbus Dispatch reports.Foligno took part in the Blue Jackets' morning skate and didn't stay on the ice for extra work afterward, signaling that he'll be back in the lineup after a one-game absence. The winger has been sensational all season with 22 goals, 30 assists, and a plus-9 rating over 53 games, so those who roster him will likely want to keep him active Thursday even if he happens to be running at less than 100 percent.

Nick Foligno LW CLS 15 Days

Foligno (lower body) didn't skate with the team on Wednesday, but Blue Jackets' coach Todd Richards is still hopeful that he'll be in the lineup Thursday against the Penguins, the Columbus Dispatch reports.Foligno leads the Jackets in goals with 22, and is tied with Ryan Johansen for the team lead in points (52). It looks like the club's injury jinx this season didn't hit Foligno with anything serious, but his fantasy owners would still prefer to see him back on the ice sooner rather than later.

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Foligno (lower body) won't play Tuesday against the Flyers.Foligno is thus considered day-to-day in advance of Thursday's game against the Penguins after missing Tuesday's morning skate, per Jeff Rimer of FOX Sports Ohio.

Nick Foligno LW CLS 17 Days

Foligno is doubtful for Tuesday's game against the Flyers with a lower-body injury, Shawn Mitchell of The Columbus Post-Dispatch reports.Per the report, GM Jarmo Kekalainen indicated that Foligno's injury is not believed to be serious, but it looks like the Blue Jackets' leading scorer will probably miss Tuesday's contest.

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Foligno found the net on one of his three shot attempts in Saturday's 6-3 loss to the Islanders, extending his point streak to five games.Foligno has been a popular "sell-high" candidate since he opened the season with three goals and six assists in his first six games, but it seems safe to say that his performance is no longer an aberration. He's gone no more than three games without a point this season, and has been sizzling since serving as one of the captains for the All-Star Game. In nine second-half contests, Foligno has notched four goals and six assists to maintain a roughly point-per-game scoring pace for the season.

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Foligno chipped in his 21st goal of the season in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Senators. It stood as the game winner.

He has four points, including three goals, in his last two games. At this point, every point is gravy as he enters uncharted territory -- his 49 points are a career best and he's done it in just 50 games. Use him while he's hot, but keeper leaguers should weigh his value in trade. This peak is coming at age 27 and in his eighth season. Given today's NHL, that kind of outburst feels like it's coming a little late. We're not saying it's not repeatable, but you need to weigh your options, particularly if you're out of the running.