Just like the Panthers, the Buffalo Sabres have been busy today as they’ve signed Matt Moulson and re-signed Marcus Foligno. Moulson, 30, started his career with the Los Angeles Kings and played 29 games over two years there. He then spent five seasons with the New York Islanders where he developed a good chemistry with star John Tavares. Moulson then [...]
from Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News,
The Sabres played most of the game a man short after Marcus Foligno left just 1:58 into the contest with what looked like a severe right knee injury following a collision in front of the Blues’ net. Nolan said the injury is “not as ‘bad bad’ as we think” but that Foligno would miss the final six games.
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Buffalo Sabres forward Marcus Foligno returned to the lineup Saturday night, as reported by Chris Ryndak of Sabres.com. Foligno only missed a single on Wednesday against the Toronto Maple Leafs with an undisclosed injury. He was able to fully take part in the team's practice Friday.The young 22-year-old has five goals six assists in 42 appearances this season, and is a minus...
Buffalo Sabres coach Ron Rolston said after practice Tuesday at First Niagara Center that forward Marcus Foligno will not play in the team's season opener against Detroit.
Foligno sustained an upper-body strain in a preseason game on Sept. 22 against Toronto and has not participated in a full practice since. He's worked with the team's power play units the last few days...
Injured Buffalo Sabres forward Marcus Foligno did not practice with the team Monday and head coach Ron Rolston said it's unlikely he'll play in Wednesday's season opener in Detroit.
''I don't see it Wednesday,'' said Sabres head coach Ron Rolston. ''I think he'll probably be in a position tomorrow where he can practice but I don't...
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September 30, 2013
Marcus Foligno scored two goals, and the Buffalo Sabres beat a Columbus Blue Jackets split squad 3-1 in a preseason game on Tuesday night.
Mikhail Grigorenko also scored for Buffalo (2-0). Ryan Miller stopped eight of nine shots in just over 30 minutes. Matt Hackett stopped all nine shots he faced.
R.J. Umberger had the lone goal for Columbus (1-1).
Foligno redirected in Tyler...
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September 17, 2013
The Buffalo Sabres have seen great contributions from their young players through two preseason games. On Sunday, 2012 first-rounders Zemgus Girgensons and Mikhail Grigorenko led the way, as Girgensons’ two goals and Grigorenko’s shootout winner helped the Sabres over the Montreal Canadiens 5-4.
On Tuesday night, Marcus Foligno scored two goals for the Sabres in a 3-1 victory...
Before the 2011-2012 season, Marcus Foligno was just like every other prospect at Sabres training camp, he was looking to make a good enough impression so that, if he didn’t make the team, he would be one of the first players the team called up when injuries hit. In just under a year-and-a-half’s time, Foligno’s [...]The post Marcus Foligno Happy To Experience A Different Role...
It is a household family name in Buffalo, synonymous with what became a trademark leap. These days, the Foligno surname is a hot topic once again -- courtesy of 20-year-old Marcus.
The latest second-generation Foligno -- after brother Nick of the Ottawa Senators -- has been the talk of western New York since he was called up in early March. In nine games, the Sabres rookie had six...
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The familiar Foligno goal-scoring celebration leap is back in fashion in Buffalo, and providing added jump to the Sabres' late-season playoff push.
The arms-raised, two-foot hop first made famous by Mike Foligno in the 1980s, is now being imitated by the former Sabres captain's son, Marcus. The 20-year-old rookie forward has been on a roll, with five goals and two assists...
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March 22, 2012