Domi dished out a pair of assists in Tuesday's 5-3 win over Tampa Bay. So ends his three-game point drought. Still, this has been a trying sophomore campaign for Domi, who missed 23 games with a broken hand and has seen his rating take a dip after last year's surprising plus-3. Nonetheless, the 2013 first-round pick remains one of the league's most attractive long-term fantasy assets.
Domi scored two goals in a 3-2 shootout win over Los Angeles on Tuesday. The pair of snipes -- both of which came in the third period -- ended a seven-game goal drought for the sophomore, who is now up to 31 points in a 46-game, injury-shortened campaign. Domi has been firing the puck at will with 11 shots on goal in his last two games, so if he can keep that up, he's likely to light the lamp several more times before season's end.
Domi extended his point streak to four games Sunday, notching a goal and an assist in a win over the Sabres. Domi has been clicking well with Radim Vrbata on the top line of late, but he's still only managed seven goals in 38 games. He's still very young, however, and the team's overall struggles certainly aren't helping his efforts to find twine more often. Domi's 26 points and top-six role make him worth owning in most leagues and this recent surge indicates things are only going to get better.
Domi registered an assist and four shots on net during Thursday's loss to Chicago. With a goal, seven points and 14 shots through his past eight games, the sophomore is currently in an offensive groove. Domi is locked into a top-line role and is receiving power-play time with the No. 1 unit. Considering his recent uptick in production, he should be owned in the majority of seasonal leagues. Additionally, his mediocre 8.3 shooting percentage likely has some positive regression ahead.
Domi picked up a goal and a power-play helper Thursday against Montreal. Don't be fooled by Domi's low counting stats, as the 21-year-old has been limited to 29 appearances due to a broken hand. His .62 points per game would put him on track for 51 over a full 82-game season following a 52-point rookie campaign. The scoring upside is there, but playing for a developing Coyotes team makes Domi a rating liability.
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