Watch: Junior hockey star Max Domi scores jaw-dropping goal
Newly minted captain Max Domi of the Knights wears his game face a game against the Sudbury Wolves at Budweiser Gardens in London Sunday November 2, 2014. (MIKE HENSEN/QMI Agency)
At this point, there isn’t much we don’t know about rising hockey star Maxi Domi.
Just about everything has been written about the Phoenix Coyotes prospect, thanks to his outstanding showing at the World Junior Championship last month.
So Domi, who plays for the London Knights of the OHL, has to keep writing new chapters to his increasingly unbelievable story.
Like the goal he scored last night against the Sarnia Sting. Safe to say his hands are a whole lot softer than his poppa’s – former Leafs tough guy Tie Domi.
Words don’t do this goal justice. Just watch and prepare to be dumbfounded.
Poor Taylor Dupuis, the Sting goaltender who got lit up by Domi then, in a display of good sportsmanship after the game, tweeted that “the least you can do is buy me a beer.” Well played.
It’s not the first time that Domi has made a play most mortals would be unable to. Check out this between the legs pass to then-teammate Bo Horvat at last year’s Memorial Cup.