Max Domi
Max Domi
23-Year-Old CenterC
Montreal Canadiens
2018 Fantasy Outlook
The Canadiens parted ways with the enigmatic Alex Galchenyuk to acquire Domi from the Coyotes during the offseason in what is a classic change-of-scenery deal for both clubs. It may turn out to be another trade Montreal comes to regret: first it was P.K. Subban for Shea Weber; then Mikhail Sergachev for Jonathan Drouin; and now Domi for Galchenyuk. Arizona gets the player with more hockey talent while Montreal loses a goal-scorer it sorely needs. The Habs' front office simply ran out of patience. Domi isn't the goal scorer that Galchenyuk is -- he scored nine last year, four of them came on empty nets. He does, however, bring more energy to the ice, establishing himself as a high-assist player in Arizona. Domi figures to slot in as a top-six forward and has also played center, a position of weakness for Montreal. At this point it's most likely Domi winds up playing left wing but one never knows with Bergevin and Julien calling the shots. Read Past Outlooks
$Signed a two-year, $6.3 million contract with the Canadiens in June of 2018.
Heating up
CMontreal Canadiens
January 20, 2019
Domi scored a goal on two shots along with a hit and a blocked shot in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Flyers.
ANALYSIS
After a stretch of 17 games without a goal, Domi has popped two behind goalies in the last three games. It's his fourth straight game with a point, all coming after he was moved to a new line with Tomas Tatar and Artturi Lehkonen, both of whom assisted on his goal Saturday. The move to a new line appears to have unlocked his scoring touch. Domi's scored 16 goals over 50 games, putting him in reach of his career-high mark of 18 goals, set when he was a rookie with the Coyotes in 2015-16.
Read More News
NHL Stats
Loading Skater Stats...
NHL Game Log
Calculate Stats Over Time
Just click on any two dates.
Loading Skater Game Log...
2018–19 Time On Ice Stats
  • Average Time On Ice:
    17:31
  • Average Power Play TOI:
    3:03
  • Average Short-Handed TOI:
    0:04
 
Ice Time
Power Play
Short-Handed
2016–17
16:59
2:34
0:07
2017–18
16:42
2:36
0:03
2018–19
17:31
3:03
0:04
Canadiens Depth Chart
Our full team depth charts are reserved for RotoWire subscribers.
Subscribe Now
Canadiens Power Play Depth Chart
Our full team depth charts are reserved for RotoWire subscribers.
Subscribe Now
Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Max Domi
DraftKings NHL: Friday Picks
3 days ago
Jason Chen recommends looking at Habs blueliner Shea Weber on Friday on the road in Columbus.
NHL Waiver Wire: Picks of the Week
4 days ago
Evan Berofsky recommends adding Blackhawks netminder Collin Delia from the waiver wire this week.
DraftKings NHL: Monday Picks
7 days ago
Jason Chen locks in a trio of Maple Leafs on Monday against the visiting Avalanche.
NHL Waiver Wire: Picks of the Week
11 days ago
Evan Berofsky brings us his weekly waiver-wire recommendations, including Predators forward Colton Sissons, who's currently holding down the team's No. 2 center slot.
DraftKings NHL: Thursday Picks
11 days ago
Jason Chen suggests rolling with the Canadiens' Max Domi on Thursday against the visiting Blues.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
A midseason injury limited Domi to just 59 games last year, and he failed to improve on his solid rookie numbers. In fact, the sophomore dipped to just nine goals while registering an 8.3 shooting percentage (7.4 at five-on-five). Domi's 29 assists enabled him to post 0.64 points per game for the second consecutive year, and his 2.3 points per 60 minutes lead all Coyotes over the past two seasons. So, while 2016-17 was more of the same from the 22-year-old forward, Domi's future remains bright and his fantasy upside high. The Coyotes were aggressive during the offseason, and a number of veteran additions will accompany an influx of promising youngsters to bolster the roster. Being surrounded with more offensive talent should help propel Domi to career-best scoring numbers.
Domi came into his rookie season with a lot of hype, and he largely delivered on it, earning the second-highest point total on his team behind star blueliner Oliver-Ekman Larsson. The 21-year-old came to the big leagues after dominating the OHL and quickly carved out a key role on the Coyotes. With one year under his belt, the 12th overall pick from 2013 is poised to improve upon his totals of 18 goals, 34 assists, 72 PIM and a plus-3 rating. The future is bright for last year's third-highest-scoring rookie, and as the son of former NHL enforcer Tie Domi, hockey is clearly in his blood. Domi showed strong chemistry with fellow youngster Anthony Duclair last year, and they should partner again this season. With Domi's pedigree and high-end offensive skill in combination with the development of Arizona's young players, he could just be getting started.
Domi had yet another dominating junior season after the Coyotes returned him to OHL London, posting 102 points and a plus-24 rating over 57 games. He was named the top forward at the World Junior Championship, where he combined with fellow Coyotes prospect Anthony Duclair on a dynamic line. While Domi is built like his dad (former NHL enforcer Tie Domi) at 5-foot-9 and 198 pounds, he offers far more offensive skill, which is apparent in both his point totals and highlight reel. He is expected to crack the Coyotes roster out of training camp this year and could immediately challenge for a top-six role while seeing time on the power play. While he likely won't have as much of an impact as a rookie compared to Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel, Domi appears to be ready to make the jump to the NHL and should quickly prove to be one of the top under-25 franchise centers in the league.
Domi had an outstanding showing with the OHL’s London Knights last season, scoring 90 points and supplying 90 PIM and a plus-24 mark in 61 games. With the departures of some veteran forwards from the Coyotes' roster, Domi has a good shot to make the team and find himself among the club's top-nine forwards. He’ll still need to have a strong camp in order to make the cut, but the truth is the Coyotes need a player of his skill in their lineup, even if it comes with some growing pains. Domi could be a sleeper candidate for the Calder Trophy if he takes advantage of the opportunity.
Domi is an intriguing prospect, as Yotes' general manager Don Maloney has already named the 18-year-old as a player who could make an impact with the Coyotes this season. It will be interesting to watch training camp unfold to see how the hydrant-sized center performs. There are plenty of reasons to wonder if the smallish (5-9, 195 lb) 2013 first-round pick can keep up with the wear-and-tear of an 82-game schedule, but there's no doubt he's likely talented enough to crack the roster of a team that's hurting for an offensive spark. And he could deliver 25 to 30 points in his first campaign.
More Fantasy News
Hits scoresheet in third straight
CMontreal Canadiens
January 18, 2019
Domi picked up two assists in Friday's 4-1 win over the Blue Jackets.
ANALYSIS
Subscribe now to instantly reveal our take on this news.
Breaks scoring slump
CMontreal Canadiens
January 16, 2019
Domi scored his 15th goal of the season in Tuesday's 5-1 win over the Panthers. He added two hits and two minor penalties in the win.
ANALYSIS
Subscribe now to instantly reveal our take on this news.
Sets up OT winner
CMontreal Canadiens
January 15, 2019
Domi assisted on the game-winner in Monday's 3-2 overtime win in Boston.
ANALYSIS
Subscribe now to instantly reveal our take on this news.
Goal drought extended
CMontreal Canadiens
January 4, 2019
Domi had an assist, three shots, one hit and a minor penalty in Thursday's 2-0 win over Vancouver.
ANALYSIS
Subscribe now to instantly reveal our take on this news.
Becoming true leading man
CMontreal Canadiens
December 22, 2018
Domi set up two goals in Saturday's 4-3 overtime victory over Vegas.
ANALYSIS
Subscribe now to instantly reveal our take on this news.