Max Domi dekes away from his dad’s tough-guy reputation

Forget about Tie Domi’s fists of steel—this Domi redux will make you remember him for his soft scorer’s hands By Nancy Macdonald – Macleans This Domi uses his hands for playmaking, not pummelling. This Domi is a pure scorer who hasn’t logged a single hockey fight. “Because of the last name, people think he’s like Tie,” says Dave Tippett, coach ...

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Leafs fans want Tie Domi’s son, Max, drafted by team

BY RYAN WOLSTAT, TORONTO SUN TORONTO – Apparently, one Domi wasn’t enough for Leafs fans. Supporters of the Blue and White are eager for the team to draft Max Domi, the son of legendary former Leafs enforcer Tie Domi at this weekend’s NHL Draft. Toronto currently owns the 21st pick of the first round, which goes Saturday at the Prudential ...

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Domi & Horvat Named To Team Ontario

November 16, 2011 TORONTO, ON – Team Ontario Director of Operations Barclay Branch along with Head Coach Troy Smith, Assistant coaches Roger Hunt and Wayne Clark announced the 22 man roster today for Ontario’s Under 17 Team that will compete at the upcoming 2012 World Hockey Challenge being held in Windsor Ontario from December 27, 2011 through January 4, 2012.

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Domi gets to hang out with some big company

OHL: The London Knights rookie is well travelled By RYAN PYETTE, The London Free Press Last Updated: October 26, 2011 8:57am KITCHENER – Before Max Domi and Olli Maatta officially became London Knights rookie teammate this fall, they ran into each other at a hockey camp. This was not your typical summer hockey gathering. This one was held in Los ...

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Max Domi opens OHL career with a splash

Mark Schadenberg, The Canadian Press – 09 November 2011 10:17 LONDON, Ont. – Ignore the name on the back of the jersey. This youngster is a different chip off the old block. And Max Domi, son of former NHL tough guy Tie Domi, has wasted little time making his mark in the OHL. The 16-year-old London Knights centre scored a ...

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Flyers split weekend pair – Top-scoring Domi in town

The Windsor Star – October 24, 2011 The Leamington Flyers increased their lead for first place in the Western Conference with a 3-1 victory over the St. Thomas Stars Sunday night in junior B hockey action before a crowd of 465 at Heinz Arena.

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