The Blue Jackets have signed Max Domi to a two-year deal worth $10.6 million ($5.3M AAV).
The Blue Jackets acquired Domi from the Canadiens on Tuesday and signed him to a two-year deal on Wednesday. Domi immediately becomes the Blue Jackets' second line centre and will likely play with Gustav Nyquist and Cam Atkinson and will see PP2 time. Through the first five years of his career, Domi has averaged 18 goals and 37 assists (55 points) per 82-games.
The Blue Jackets have acquired Max Domi and a 2020 third-round pick (No.78 overall) from the Canadiens for Josh Anderson.
Domi is coming off of a bit of a down year, scoring just 17 goals with 27 assists (44 points) in 71 games. That's down from his 28 goals and 44 assists in his debut season with Montreal but still would have been second on the Blue Jackets in points in 2020. Domi is exactly the type of player the Blue Jackets were in need of and pushes Boone Jenner to a third-line centre role, which is a much better fit for him. The acquisition of Domi, who will likely skate on a line with Gustav Nyquist and Cam Atkinson, signals that the Blue Jackets are likely done with Alexander Wennberg.
Source: PuckPedia 10/7/20, 10:17 am EST
Domi returned to the ice on Monday.
Domi sat out the first week of Phase 3 while deciding whether or not he will play in the Qualifying Round. Domi is at an increased risk as a Type-1 diabetic, so he took extra time to make his decision on the NHL's Return to Play program. During his first practice with the team, Domi took part in some drills and was featured on the second power-play unit.
Domi (illness) will play Thursday in Buffalo.
Domi missed Wednesday's practice and was listed as a game-time decision for Thursday's game, but he said he will play following their optional morning skate. Domi has cooled off recently, posting just one assist in his last seven games.
Domi (illness) will travel to Buffalo but is questionable to play Thursday.
Domi missed practice the last two days and will be a game-time decision on Thursday. Monitor his status during the Canadiens' morning skate in Buffalo.
The Canadiens acquired Max Domi from Arizona and signed him to a two-year contract worth $6.3 million ($3.15M AAV).
Domi was acquired from the Coyotes in a straight-up trade for Alex Galchenyuk. Domi was selected No.12 overall in 2013 and has yet to fully live up to expectations after a great rookie season—18 goals and 34 assists in 81 games. Since then he has scored just 18 goals with 65 assists (83 points) in 141 games. Domi brings some physicality along with great playmaking ability to the left-side of the Canadiens’ lineup, where he figures to slot in behind Max Pacioretty.
Domi (hand) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Domi had his first full practice since surgery on Wednesday and already appears ready to go tonight. The Coyotes have listed him as a game-time decision so monitor his status when the Coyotes hit the ice for warmups at 8:30 p.m. ET.
Domi (hand) returned to practice on Wednesday; could play as soon as Thursday.
Domi has missed the last 23 games after undergoing surgery on his hand. Domi was a full participant in Wednesday’s practice and the Coyotes didn’t rule out a possible return on Thursday. Monitor his status during tomorrow’s morning skate.
Source: Dave Vest 02/1/17, 1:58 pm EST
Domi (hand) has been upgraded to day-to-day; expected to skate with the team on Tuesday.
Domi skated by himself for 30 minutes on Monday and is expected to join his team on the ice tomorrow. Domi has been sidelined since December 8th and the Coyotes are confident that he will return to the lineup within two weeks.
Domi is week-to-week with an upper-body injury; has been placed on IR.
Domi was hurt in Thursday’s game vs. the Flames and is expected to miss at least a couple of weeks with an upper-body injury. With Domi on IR, the Coyotes will have an even more difficult time finding offence. They have recalled Laurent Dauphin to take his spot on the roster.
Domi (upper-body) is questionable for Saturday’s game.
Domi left Thursday’s game vs. the Flames with an upper-body injury and missed Friday’s practice. Head coach Dave Tippet said he was not sure if Domi will be available for Saturday’s game, so monitor his status during Saturday afternoon.
Domi was suspended for one-game for instigating an altercation in the final five minutes of Thursday’s game.
Domi will sit out on Saturday, but is eligible to return to the Coyotes lineup on Monday in Colorado. With Domi out, Alex Tanguay is expected to make his Coyotes debut.
Domi has officially made the Coyotes opening night roster.
Domi, 20, had just one assists, nine shots and a minus-2 rating in the preseason, but showed enough to crack the opening night roster after being sent home last year. The 2013 12th overall pick had 102 points (32G / 70A) in 57 games with London (OHL) last year.
Source: Dave Vest 10/4/15, 4:06 pm EST
The Coyotes have sent Max Domi back to London (OHL).
Domi, 19, is a dynamic offensive talent and had a lot of people believing that he would stick with the team this season. The Coyotes must feel that he will be better served with one more year of junior under his belt. He heads back to London where he has 73 goals and 107 assists (180 points) in 125 games over the last season. A huge boost for the Knights.
The Coyotes have sent first-round pick Max Domi back to the London Knights.
Domi had a good preseason and looked like he may make the team. However he has been sent back to the OHL and will not have any fantasy relevance this season.
Max Domi still remains in the mix to make the Coyotes opening day roster.
Coyotes head coach Dave Tippett said if Domi makes the roster it’s going to be because he and General Manager Don Maloney believe Domi can contribute significantly. This means if he makes the team he will not be stuffed on the 4th line playing small minutes, he will likely skate amongst the top-6. Monitor Domi's status because if he makes the team he could be a great late-round pick or waiver wire addition.
Source: Dave Vest 09/27/13, 9:30 am EST
Coyotes have signed forward Max Domi to a three-year, entry-level contract.
It's unlikely that the small forward will crack the Coyotes roster out of camp but he's a fiery goal scorer who could impress in his short trial.
Source: NHL.com 07/16/13, 6:16 am EST