In 1991-92, he joined the Rangers full time and played 42 games as the team won the President’s Trophy championship. Once again he was best remembered for his fists, rather than his playing ability.In 1992-93, Domi was traded with Kris King to the Winnipeg Jets for Ed Olczyk.
How quickly hockey has changed wasn’t lost on ex-Wings enforcer Darren Mc Carty.“The game is where it’s buddy-buddy now,” Mc Carty said.
“The only talking over the red line back then is where you were (taunting) a guy or you’re setting up a fight because you say, ‘I’m coming.’ It was never pleasantries.”Mc Carty joked he would have never had a chance to play today.“It’s a different game.
In 1998-99, the Maple Leafs improved 28 points to make the playoffs for the first time in three years.
In the playoffs, he helped the team reach the Eastern Conference finals. Entering his tenth season with the Leafs’ in 2003-04, Domi has become a more complete player by shaving off his penalty minute totals and by contributing more offensively. Detroit First NHL Goal March 21, 1991 New York Rangers vs.
“Obviously, I don’t agree with it, especially having a kid in the NHL now and watching the so-called accountability factor,” Tie Domi said during the recent Centennial Classic weekend in Toronto. It’s definitely a different taste for sure.”RELATED: Leafs young and old bond before outdoor battle A sour one, too, after Domi’s fears were realized last month when his son broke his hand in a fight with Calgary’s Garnet Hathaway.