Nick Foligno has been the captain of the Columbus Blue Jackets for the past five seasons. He became the franchise's sixth captain on May 20, 2015. The Sudbury native was originally a 2006 first-round selection, 28th overall, of the Ottawa Senators where he went on to play his first five seasons.
Nick's first career goal came against Montreal's Carey Price on October 18, 2007 and he was a captain at the 2015 NHL All-Star Game while representing the Blue Jackets.
Nick, 32, has 196 goals, 270 assists and 466 points in 908 career NHL games. He's the son of Mike Foligno, who played in the NHL for 15 seasons.
HIGH SCHOOL BACKGROUND
Nick attended Lockerby Composite High School in Sudbury. His contract with the Wolves of the OHL at the time prevented him from playing high school sports.
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