Team: Erik Foley
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Fantasy Summary

Great speed and solid skillset to be a top-nine forward with decent offensive upside.


Observations

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November 2020 – Since suffering two back-to-back concussions in 2018, the promising forward hasn’t played any games in the AHL or otherwise. In the meantime, he has been skating and rehabbing in hopes of a comeback. However, it remains unclear when, or if, Foley will return to hockey. Lou Farah

September 2019 – Foley failed his training camp physical and is clearly still a long way from being healthy enough to suit up. After missing last season in its entirety and no real timetable on when he will be able to return to action it’s starting to look like Foley may need to think about life after hockey. It is a crying shame, because there was a ton of potential there. Sam Stern

February 2018 – Foley has been traded to the St. Louis Blues (plus assets) in exchange for Paul Stastny. Foley has 34 points in 32 games for Providence College in the NCAA, and this deal likely signals the intent for the Blues to get him signed. Pat Quinn

October 2017 – Foley is in the midst of his junior year at Providence with a goal and an assist through the first three games of the season. The former 3rd-round pick in 2015 is still without an entry-level contract from the Jets and this year could prove to go a long way towards convincing the organization he can make that jump to the NHL level. Already 20 and without a contract, Foley would be a free agent if the Jets leave him unsigned by the time he graduates. – Jamie Zadow

August 2017 – It was a banner year for the sophomore at Providence as he finished second on the team in scoring with 15 goals and 34 points in 36 games. Foley has that mix o