But this is a value thread, so he wants to gauge his value.
His value is that his newborn daughter had complications so he can't move, the Jackets are missing three of their top forwards (Gaborik, Horton, Dubinsky), and the Jackets look like a very different team when he's in the lineup versus out due to his aforementioned daughter.
Um... Well I'll play along, not that it will happen unless we move one of our third line wingers first, but I'll set it at Brad Ross, Kenny Ryan and a 5th round pick. I'm not really sure how Foligno is doing these days sorry
What Columbus desperately lacks are proven top-6 scoring forwards under 30. Right now Columbus is stocked with forward prospects, defensemen, defensive prospects, goaltenders, and goaltending prospects.
So that's what it would cost for Foligno straight up. Otherwise (and obviously) Columbus will keep him.