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Max Domi | Winger

Team: Arizona Coyotes
Age / DOB:  (19) / 3/2/1995
Ht / Wt:  5'9' / 197
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Max Domi, taken with the 12th overall pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft by the Arizona Coyotes, looked good at the team's developmental camp in recent days.
The Coyotes are counting on big things in the not-too-distant future from the son of former NHLer Tie Domi. Max had 34 goals and 93 points in 61 OHL games for the London Knights in 2013-14. Domi was passed over for last year's squad that Canada took to the World Junior Championship but is back in the mix for a roster spot this year. "It's exciting," he said. "Anytime you get a chance to represent your country, it's pretty special and something every Canadian kid dreams of is playing in that World Junior tournament." Jul 13 - 10:10 AM

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Max Domi is trying not to read into the growing belief that he will make the Coyotes' opening game roster.

"I just try to come to the rink and play hockey and have fun and usually let the rest take care of itself, and everything else is just a distraction," Domi said. Arizona doesn't have much in the way of skilled forwards, so they could certainly use Domi's talents. He had 34 goals, 93 points, and 90 penalty minutes in 61 OHL games in 2013-14.
Jul 9 - 9:17 AM

Max Domi will go into the Coyotes' 2014 training camp with a good shot of making the team.

"Certainly Max is a very strong candidate for a position with us," Coyotes GM Don Maloney said. "I'm excited about his game. He had another strong year, but I don't want to ... put it in ink that he's starting left winger next year. He just may be too young." Domi was taken with the 12th overall pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. He had 34 goals and 93 points in 61 OHL games with the London Knights in 2013-14.
Apr 17 - 10:06 AM

Max Domi has been returned to the London Knights of the OHL.

He racked up 39 goals and 87 points in 64 games with the Knights last season and was taken with the 12th overall pick in the 2013 draft by Phoenix. The 18-year-old forward came very close to cracking the Coyotes' roster out of training camp. Domi will excel in the junior ranks this year and will probably be in the NHL next season.
Sat, Sep 28, 2013 04:36:00 PM

With the NHL regular season starting next season, young Max Domi is being considered as a possibility to play alongside veterans Martin Hanzal and Radim Vrbata on the Phoenix Coyotes' second line.

Domi and Lauri Korpikoski are both being considered for the left-wing spot on the line. Domi is only 18, and although it’s clear he has strong vision and offensive instincts, it will take time to see how he withstands the speed and physicality of this level. The Coyotes could give him a nine-game audition. That’s the limit he could play this year before burning the first year of his contract. They could also seek out a trading partner, their customary fallback option. But, then again, maybe the solution is right in front of them. "I get more of a thrill, I guess you could say, of getting an assist than a goal," Domi said. "I’m a little different than some people. But obviously playing with a guy like Vrby (Vrbata), it’s a lot of fun, and I just kind of give him the puck and he takes care of the rest."
Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:44:00 AM

Max Domi is still in Phoenix Coyotes camp after cuts were made on Saturday.

Domi was selected with the 12th overall pick in this year's Entry Draft and played alongside Mike Ribeiro and David Moss on Saturday in a preseason game against San Jose. He has been impressive during games thus far. "This is the part of training camp where you have to stay calm, and everyone kind of gets a little too excited," Domi said. "You've just got to relax and stick to your game, and you're here for a reason. So you've just got to keep doing what you're doing and hope for the best." He had 84 points with the London Knights of the OHL last season and while the Coyotes may give him a look at the NHL level, he will likely be sent back to the juniors before playing 10 NHL games and burning up a year on his entry level contract.
Sun, Sep 22, 2013 10:25:00 AM

Coyotes draft pick Max Domi says he's willing to do whatever it takes in order to make the team out of training camp this fall.

Domi understands the team may wish to send him back to the OHL to play another season with the London Knights, but he's willing to work hard to make the decision for Phoenix GM Don Maloney a difficult one. "Obviously everyone wants to make the team right away," Domi said. "I’m pretty much prepared to say I’ll do whatever it takes to make the team." Whether he makes the club or not, Domi is relishing the time he is spending at his first NHL training camp. "It’s just a lot of fun to be a part of," Domi said. "I’m just soaking it all in and enjoying the whole experience."
Mon, Sep 9, 2013 09:18:00 PM

Highly touted prospect Max Domi has a shot at making the Phoenix Coyotes this season even though he's only 18 and can return to the Ontario Hockey League, where he finished first in scoring with the London Knights last season (39 goals and 87 points).

"I am completely open-minded in the sense that I don’t come in here and have my fingers and toes crossed that he comes in and wows us," general manager Don Maloney said. "I think if anything we’re taking a long-term view on Max and what the best situation for Max is. Is it staying here and growing with us? Is it going back to a terrific situation in London?" Domi arrived in the Valley earlier this week and skated alongside the veterans at the voluntary workouts at the Ice Den in Scottsdale. Although practices don’t carry the same intensity as those managed by the coaching staff, Domi hardly looked out of place.
Sat, Sep 7, 2013 11:20:00 AM

The Phoenix Coyotes signed first-round draft pick Max Domi to a three-year, entry-level contract on Sunday.

The team has stated that the talented and testy forward will be given a chance to earn a spot on the team's roster. If he gets that far, it will be interesting to see if the Coyotes let him burn a full year of this deal or if he just gets a cup of coffee at the NHL level.
Sun, Jul 14, 2013 12:37:00 PM

Max Domi will be given a chance to make the Coyotes' opening-night roster.

The 18-year-old was taken with the 12th pick in the draft. The forward had 39 goals, 48 assists and 71 penalty minutes in the OHL last season. "You’re always looking for the best players and if he can make us a better team — it doesn’t matter if it’s Max or whoever it is — they’ll have a chance to play on our team," coach Dave Tippett said. "But that being said, it’s a hard go. There’s lots to learn up here. You go junior leagues to playing in the men’s league, and it’s a big step."
Wed, Jul 10, 2013 01:33:00 PM

The Coyotes haven't ruled out the possibility of first round draft pick Max Domi making their team out of training camp.

GM Don Maloney is certainly not handing a roster spot the youngster, but it's not out of the question. "With his skill set and body type, we’re really curious to see how he can adapt against men," Maloney said. "So we don’t want to bottle up a position." Domi should be a top consideration in keeper formats this fall.
Sat, Jul 6, 2013 08:52:00 AM

The Coyotes seem to be a tad giddy over their selection of Max Domi.

Phoenix needed help at center and GM Don Maloney believes Domi is exactly the player who can turn the position around. "We think he may be the most skilled player in our organization right now, including our NHL team," Maloney said. "He’s a strong-bodied player. He’s been playing in a terrific organization. We just think we got a very good young player, and for a team that’s searching for more offensive ability, he has it in spades." As good as Domi can be we think the Coyotes are going a little overboard here. Time will tell. What's important for poolies is that the Coyotes will give Domi every chance to succeed. Bear that in mind when Domi finally reaches the NHL.
Mon, Jul 1, 2013 12:25:00 PM

The Coyotes have selected Max Domi with the 12th overall pick of the 2013 amateur entry draft.

Much has been written about Domi, especially since he’s following in his popular father’s footsteps. However, Domi’s game is vastly different than his father Tie’s as he is more of a scorer than a fighter. He had a breakout 2012-2013 season leading a loaded London team with 39 goals and 87 points in 64 games. He’s a dynamic player in the offensive zone, combining unique playmaking skills and elite ice vision. When he’s not setting up his teammates, Domi spends his time crashing the net or winning board battles. Obviously size is a concern for Domi, but scouts do praise his strength on the puck, which could counteract any disadvantage he may have due to being vertically challenged . He also has a strong compete level and his energy is infectious on his teammates. Domi has the tools, but he’ll need to prove he can withstand the level of physical play at the NHL level. It is unlikely Domi spends any time in the NHL this upcoming season.
Sun, Jun 30, 2013 04:25:00 PM

Max Domi scored a goal in the 15th consecutive win for the London Knights Sunday.

The Knights are a perennial junior hockey powerhouse are this season is no different as they lead the OHL wih 48 points. Seth Griffith picked up an assist in the victory.
Sun, Dec 2, 2012 09:22:00 PM

Max Domi registered a pair of assists in the London Knights 2-0 win over Peterborough Friday.

Domi continues his impressive season and figures to be a top draft selection in June. Knights leading scorer Seth Griffith picked up an assist in the victory.
Fri, Nov 23, 2012 09:51:00 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
C1Sam Gagner
2Antoine Vermette
3Martin Hanzal
4Joe Vitale
5Kyle Chipchura
LW1Mikkel Boedker
2Lauri Korpikoski
3Martin Erat
4Rob Klinkhammer
5Brandon McMillan
6Max Domi
RW1Shane Doan
2B.J. Crombeen
3David Moss
4Alexandre Bolduc
5Jordan Szwarz
D1Oliver Ekman-Larsson
2Keith Yandle
3Zbynek Michalek
4Michael Stone
5David Schlemko
6Brandon Gormley
7Chris Summers
8Andrew Campbell
G1Mike Smith
2Devan Dubnyk