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    Coyotes C Max Domi notches two points in NHL debut

    Coyotes rookie center Max Domi scored his first career goal and added an assist in his NHL debut Friday against the Kings.A fantastic start to the NHL for Domi, who also fired two shots on goal and collected two PIM in 14:22 of ice time. Domi, who should challenge for the Calder Trophy this season, skated on the top line and saw 2:42 of power-play time in the victory. While Arizona still lacks elite offensive talent, Domi was a 100-point-getter in the OHL and will be a very productive fantasy asset if he sticks in the Coyotes' top-six this season. The 20-year-old's NHL career is off to a very good start.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Coyotes' Max Domi: Makes NHL debut Friday

    Domi will make his highly anticipated NHL debut Friday against the Kings.The Coyotes' most prized prospect will skate on the first line with Antoine Vermette and Mikkel Boedker. Domi scored 102 points in 52 games as the London Knights captain last season and will carry that right into the NHL. He's the son of former Maple Leafs enforcer Tie Domi, but doesn't play anything like his father. Max is a dynamic playmaker, who should be able to produce immediately. He should contend for the Calder Trophy and is worth monitoring in deeper leagues.

  • Earns roster spot

    News: Max Domi will begin the season with the Coyotes, Craig Morgan of Fox Sports Arizona reports.
    Analysis: Max Domi was reportedly expected to earn a roster spot, and that is indeed the case. The Coyotes' top prospect possesses loads of offensive talent, as he accumulated 102 points (32 goals, 70 assists) in just 57 games for OHL London last year. He'll likely be eased into a role with the club, but is poised to be a key piece of Arizona's rebuild going forward.
  • Domi Expected To Make Coyotes

    News: GM Don Maloney said that he expects Max Domi to make the Coyotes' season-opening roster, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports.
    Analysis: Max Domi is the Coyotes' top prospect and a huge offensive talent -- he scored 32 goals and 102 points in 57 games for OHL London last year. The 'Yotes have brought him along slowly, but with a rebuild in full swing in the desert, the team now appears ready to see what he can do at the NHL level. He should be among the top rookies in the coming season.
  • Coyotes' Domi Not Heading to AHL

    News: Despite his OHL season coming to an end Tuesday, Max Domi, the Coyotes' top prospect, won't be reassigned to AHL Portland, reports AZ Central's Sarah McLellan.
    Analysis: Several other Coyotes prospects were sent to the AHL club to finish the season, but General Manager Don Maloney said the club felt Max Domi could use rest and rehab. Domi missed a playoff game after a check to the head that earned his opponent an eight game suspension. He will compete for a spot on the Coyotes' roster in 2015-16.
  • Yotes Prospect Domi Suffers Head Injury

    News: Max Domi was unable to play in Game 2 on of the OHL Western Conference semi-final series on Friday after he was hit in the head by Erie Otters' tough guy Kurtis MacDermid in Game 1 on Thursday night. MacDermid received an eight-game suspension.
    Analysis: At first, the London Knights thought he was OK to go back into the game Thursday on the power play and he did, but he didn't seem himself. Then he was unable to go Friday. The Knights are "optimistic" he'll be able to play Sunday, says Ryan Pyette of the London Free Press, but a decision may not be made until game time.
  • Coyotes' Domi Wraps Strong Junior Season

    News: Max Domi finished the OHL season with 32 goals and 102 points in 57 games - good for ninth in league scoring. He was plus-24 and had 66 PIM.
    Analysis: Max Domi, the Coyotes' top prospect, was sent back to the OHL to continue his development and delivered his best season as a scorer. He should be a fixture in Arizona for many years starting next season. He has high-end skill and just enough grit (inherited from his dad) that he should be successful from the get-go in the NHL.
  • Domi Has Two Assists In Tuesday's OHL Action

    News: Max Domi picked up a pair of assists in London's (OHL) 4-3 shootout win over Kitchener on Tuesday.
    Analysis: Max Domi has made a complete mockery of the OHL this season with 88 points in just 47 games. By comparison, he had 93 points in 61 games last year. Domi has evolved into one of the very best prospects in the entire league. Expect to see him right near the top of the list when our top 100 prospects list is updated next week.
  • Coyotes' Domi Could Make Debut This Season

    News: Max Domi could make his NHL debut this season, according to GM Don Maloney, reports Sportsnet's Jeff Simmons.
    Analysis: Max Domi has had an outstanding season with OHL London where he has registered 66 points in 35 games - good for 11th in league scoring. He was also named Top Forward at the 2015 World Junior Hockey Championship as he helped Canada win the gold medal. Domi is a must add in all dynasty leagues, but if he makes his debut this season expectations may need to be tempered, as it could coincide with the Coyotes moving some of their veteran players limiting Domi's upside.
  • Coyotes' Domi Starts Strong In Junior

    News: Max Domi, Arizona's top prospect, is off to a strong start for OHL London with 23 points and 18 PIM in 12 games. He had a five point night in Friday's contest.
    Analysis: Max Domi, who is serving as London's captain, dominated this level last year, but the Coyotes felt he needed another season of junior before competing at the NHL level. He currently sits sixth in league scoring and will look to join this year's Team Canada roster at the World Junior Championship. He should make his NHL debut in 2015.