Ottawa Senators
Columbus Blue Jackets
Nick Foligno
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POSITION: Left Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 0"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 210
BIRTHDATE: 31/10/1987
AGE: 27
BIRTHPLACE: Buffalo, NY, USA
DRAFTED: OTT: 2006-28 overall

- Has one point (1-0) and two penalty minutes in 10 career games against Toronto
- 2008-09 season game highs: Goals: 2, March 7 vs. Buffalo (6-3 win); Assists: 2, Dec. 20 vs. Dallas (5-4 OT win); Points: 2, (5x) last: (1-1) March 21 vs. N.Y. Islanders (5-2 win); Shots: 5, (3x) last: Feb. 26 vs. San Jose (2-1 loss); Time-on-ice: 20:29, Feb. 7 vs. Buffalo (3-2 SO win)br /> - Career game highs: Goals: 2, March 7 vs. Buffalo (6-3 win); Assists: 2, Dec. 20 vs. Dallas (5-4 OT win); Points: 2, (6x) last: (1-1) March 21 vs. N.Y. Islanders (5-2 win)br /> - Shootout career: 0-2/goals-attempts
2010-11: Played 200th career NHL game vs. N.Y. Islanders on Nov. 4 (4-1 win) … Recorded his 100th career point at Florida on March 31 (4-1 win) … Set career highs in assists (20), points (34), games played (82) and average time on ice (15:35) … Registered a career-high eight shots on goal Jan. 8 vs. Tampa Bay … Was one of two Senators (Chris Phillips) to appear in all 82 games. 2009-10: Established a new career high with 17 assists … Reached 100 penalty minutes for his NHL career at Tampa Bay on Oct. 29 (5-2 loss) … Missed 27 games to injury. 2008-09: Played his 100th career NHL game at Colorado (2/17/09, 3-2 OT loss) … Established new career highs for games played (81), goals (17), assists (15), points (32) and penalty minutes (59) … Ranked fifth (tie – Fisher) among Senators in overall team scoring … Scored a career game-high two goals against Buffalo (3/7/09, 6-3 win), and had a career game-high two assists against Dallas (12/ 20/08, 5-4 OT win) … Had five multi-point games … Had a five-game point streak (2-4) March 19-28 … Recorded a game-winning goal in two of three consecutive games from Feb. 12 to 16 … Recorded the first game-winning goal of his career at Philadelphia (2/12/09, 5-2 win). 2007-08:Made his Senators and NHL debut in Ottawa’s first game of the regular season at Toronto (10/3/08) … Recorded his first NHL goal (and first NHL point) against Montreal (10/18/07) … After playing the first 14 games of his professional career with Ottawa, he was assigned to AHL Binghamton (11/14/07) … Tallied one point (an assist) in his first career AHL game at Philadelphia (11/16/07) … Appeared in all four of Ottawa’s post-season games against Pittsburgh, recording his first career playoff goal vs. Pittsburgh (4/14/08, 4-1 loss) … Ranked fourth among B-Sens rookies in scoring with 19 points (six goals, 13 assists) despite appearing in only 28 games. 2006-07: Finished second in team scoring (31-57-88) with Sudbury… Set career highs in goals (31), assists (57) and points (88) … Led Sudbury to the OHL final, recording 29 points (12-17) in 21 playoff games. 2005-06: Selected to play in the CHL top prospects game … Set career high with 146 penalty minutes. 2004-05: Voted to OHL’s all-scholastic team … Scored 10 points (5-5) in 12 playoff games with Sudbury. 2003-04: Selected for the U17 U.S. National Team development program.