If the Buffalo Sabres had some better options, Marcus Foligno could’ve been benched weeks ago.
Instead, the 21-year-old power forward, a healthy scratch tonight against the Florida Panthers, kept struggling right beside the rest of the Sabres’ anemic offense.
It’s often cliché to talk about the “sophomore jinx,” but Foligno’s certainly experiencing an epic slump during his first full NHL season.
Twenty contests into the 48-game campaign, Foligno has just one goal and eight points. He hasn’t scored since Jan. 29, a 15-game …