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Max Domi puts Montreal up 1-0 in six minutes

Domi takes the team goal-scoring lead back in Chicago. Justin Blades – habseyesontheprize.com Playing the 31st-place team in the league had to be an enticing proposition for Max Domi & co. After nearly connecting on a 2-on-1 earlier in the period, Domi notched his 14th of season moments later. Domi scores the opener in Chicago. Not sure Shaw really wanted ...

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Max Domi has panned out better in Montreal than anyone could have expected

He always had plenty of ability, and the stars have aligned for a perfect Canadiens debut. David St-Louis – habseyesontheprize.com Seasons of 52, 38 (shortened by injury), and 45 points never suggested that Max Domi could be a game-changer. Even the advanced stats didn’t paint the picture of an underrated forward, one who could have been misused and represented hidden ...

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Another Domi for Senators fans to hate

DON BRENNAN – montrealgazette.com One generation later, another Domi is poised to be the villain in a Senators rivalry with a nearby opponent. Is it possible Ottawa fans will grow to hate Max as much as they did Tie? Is that Max’ ultimate goal? “Hate is a pretty strong word,” said the 23-year old Montreal Canadiens winger, grinning when his ...

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Canadiens Game Day: Max Domi lives up to his ‘Shootsy’ nickname

Scores two goals, giving him a team-leading 13 for the season, in 5-2 win over the Ottawa Senators at Bell Centre. STU COWAN, MONTREAL GAZETTE During the pregame warmup Tuesday night at the Bell Centre, Canadiens players wore sweaters with their numbers and nicknames on the back that were being auctioned off later as part of the annual Montreal Canadiens ...

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Canadiens find a dynamic duo in Max Domi and Jonathan Drouin

The last time Habs had two players average over a point-per-game for a full season was 1995-96 with Pierre Turgeon and Vincent Damphousse. STU COWAN, MONTREAL GAZETTE It has been a long time since the Canadiens had a dynamic duo when it comes to offence. The last time the Canadiens had a player average over a point-per-game for a full ...

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Max Domi and his rising stock with the Montreal Canadiens

Omar White – awinninghabit.com Max Domi is continuing to leave his mark within the Montreal Canadiens history books as he has extended his point streak to 11 games. There have been two point streaks that have garnered the attention among fans in the NHL, and both were at risk of being ended in the last two days. The first being ...

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Domi: Sharing really is caring

Max Domi recently opened up with his followers on Instagram about his experience living with Type 1 diabetes, inviting questions and sharing words of encouragement Matt Cudzinowski – nhl.com MONTREAL – In conjunction with World Diabetes Day last week, Max Domi took to his Instagram account for a Q&A with his followers about his experience living with the disease. The ...

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Max Domi Making Montreal Canadiens History

Max Domi's 24 points are the most by a #Habs player thru the first 20 games played with the franchise since the 1919-20 season. — Sportsnet Stats (@SNstats) November 18, 2018 Max Domi (10-14—24) is the first @CanadiensMTL player with 24 or more points in his first 20 games with the franchise since Odie Cleghorn in 1918-1919 (24-6—30). #NHLStats #MTLvsVAN ...

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Montreal Canadiens Roundtable: Max Domi Domination

Omar White – awinninghabit.com/ On this week’s Roundtable, we discuss Max Dom and his production, the Montreal Canadiens ability to deal with injuries and what their biggest challenge is. The Montreal Canadiens are almost half-way through their Western Canada road trip. It didn’t start the way they wanted, but like always, they have us asking questions. And many of them ...

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Domi flourishing in Montreal pressure cooker after trade

www.tsn.ca Marc Bergevin says it takes a certain type of player to excel in the spotlight. The general manager of the Montreal Canadiens appears to have found one in Max Domi. “It’s easy to play in a non-hockey market,” Bergevin said. “It’s a little more difficult in a market like Montreal or Toronto or Vancouver — a Canadian market. You’re ...

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