Domi scored a goal on two shots along with a hit and a blocked shot in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Flyers. 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.
Domi picked up two assists in Friday's 4-1 win over the Blue Jackets. He notched the primary helper on each of Joel Armia's third-period tallies, giving Domi a modest three-game point streak (one goal, three assists). The 23-year-old has 15 goals and 43 points through 49 games as he steams towards a career-best season in his first campaign with the Habs.
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. Domi finally ended a goal drought that lasted 17 games -- he last scored Dec. 9 in a 3-2 win over the Blackhawks. The slump lasted so long that coach Claude Julien moved him to new line with Artturi Lehkonen and Joel Armia over this past weekend, but it wasn't until a mid-game tweak Tuesday that Domi tasted sweet relief. The 23-year-old center joined Paul Byron and Tomas Tatar during the second period and stayed there for the remainder of the game.
Domi assisted on the game-winner in Monday's 3-2 overtime win in Boston. Domi hasn't found the back of the net in 17 straight games, which is an issue, but he was prominent in overtime when Montreal needed just 15 seconds to secure the two points. Boston had momentum on its side when David Krejci knotted the game with 37 seconds remaining in regulation, but Domi won the opening faceoff in OT, putting into motion a sequence that resulted in Jeff Petry's winner. In an effort to unlock Domi's scoring touch, which had been a big factor for the Canadiens over the first two months of the season, coach Claude Julien recently broke up the Domi/Jonathan Drouin combination that had become stale. He now must establish chemistry with Artturi Lehkonen and Joel Armia.
Domi had an assist, three shots, one hit and a minor penalty in Thursday's 2-0 win over Vancouver. It's been 11 games since Domi last tickled the twine, but he hasn't been idle, logging seven assists during his goal drought. Domi showed how he's stayed involved in the offense when he hopped on a loose puck and fed Jonathan Drouin, who got behind the Canucks defense, for a breakaway goal.
Last 7 Games
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