Max Domi will never be mistaken for his father, Tie Domi.
Tie Domi racked up over 3,500 penalty minutes in just over 1,000 career NHL games.
Max Domi likes to use his hands for putting the puck in the net. The Arizona Coyotes 2013 first-round pick has 64 points in 33 Ontario Hockey League games with the London Knights this season.
The 19-year-old made an alley-oop pass to himself Friday night for his 19th goal of the season.
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Arizona Coyotes’ forward Martin Hanzal isn’t in the lineup tonight against the St. Louis Blues due to an upper body injury the club announced just prior to puck drop.
According to Sarah McLellan of The Arizona Republic, Hanzal has been sick of late.
The 27-year-old has seven goals and 22 points in 31 games this season.
Steve Mason could make his first start since Dec. 18 tonight when the Philadelphia Flyers continue their eight-game road trip in Arizona.
Mason tweaked his back during practice on Dec. 19 and has been out of action since.
“I’m not unsure that he can play,” Flyers’ coach Craig Berube told CSNPhilly.com on Sunday. “To me, it’s about practice time and that kind of stuff. That’s all. He feels good. There’s a good chance he could be in.”
Mason, 26, is 6-10-5 this season with a 2.49 GAA, .921 save percentage.
“Today was a full-fledged practice and it felt great,” Mason said following Sunday’s practice.
“Practice was fine,” he said. “I felt fine going back after [Saturday’s] morning skate. The biggest test was flying here and sitting on the plane for hours and I thought it was going to tighten up a bit, but I felt great this morning. It’s all good news.”
The Flyers are 3-1 on their current eight-game road trip. Ray Emery is 2-1 while rookie Rob Zepp won his lone start.
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Corey Crawford will make his 14th straight start Saturday night as the Chicago Blackhawks look to wrap up their six-game circus trip (4-1-0) with their third straight win. Crawford is 6-3-0 with a 2.74 GAA and .906 save percentage in nine career regular season games against the L.A. Kings. Chicago has provided its’ goaltenders with 25 goals for in the past six games.
At the other end, Jonathan Quick is expected to get the start against the Blackhawks. Quick has struggled against Chicago posting a 6-12-1 record to go along with a 2.76 goals-against average and a .910 save percentage in 19 games
Capitals at Leafs: Justin Peters vs. Jonathan Bernier
Sabres at Canadiens: Jhonas Enroth vs. Dustin Tokarski
Senators at Lightning: Robin Lehner vs. Ben Bishop
Devils at Islanders: Cory Schneider vs. Jaroslav Halak
Penguins at Hurricanes: Thomas Greiss vs. Anton Khudobin
Blues at Wild: Jake Allen vs. Niklas Backstrom
Jackets at Predators: Sergei Bobrovsky vs. Pekka Rinne
Stars at Avalanche: Anders Lindback vs. Calvin Pickard
Flames at Coyotes: Karri Ramo vs. Devan Dubnyk
Ducks at Sharks: Frederik Andersen vs. Antti Niemi