Andrew Goodwin

I thought you might like this picture for your web site. Last year I was able to take my son Andrew into the Leaf’s dressing room to meet his favorite player Tie Domi. I can’t tell you enough how gracious and kind Tie was. He made my son feel like the most important person in the world. I want to say “thanks” and hope you put his picture on your web site.

Greg Stapleton

Hey Tie,

I just wanted to start off by saying that it’s great to have the NHL back, it’s great to be a part of The Leaf Nation once again and to be totally honest, it wouldn’t be the Leaf Nation without it’s Leader on and off the ice. We all know that Mats is a great captain and the leader of the team and I am not trying to take anything away from that, but like you said before you were re signed, you are not the only one who feels like the TML’s take you for granted. You bring so much to this team. Not just the on ice stuff, but the off ice stuff as well. All the charities that you are involved with.

Linda Gibbins

I want to thankyou for making a wish come true for a special little boy. On July 18th you delivered a bright yellow Hummer to my grandson, Matthew Smith. I’m still not sure why he picked yellow! We haven’t seen him so happy in a long time. Matt is my only grandchild and I’ve just viewed the pictures from his special day. He was absolutely thrilled at meeting you. I feel that I must tell you how much the family appreciates the time and effort you make to help make wishes come true. A very heartfelt thankyou.

Shelagh Cauchi

Good afternoon, I would like this to somehow get to Tie Domi. My son, Mitchell, is almost 8 years old. He is a very small boy (in the 2nd percentile) for his age, however…..he is feisty:)

Mitchell has recently been teased for his stature being so small. He has just finished his first year of house league hockey and went from a boy never on skates to a boy that blew all the parents, including his own away!

One On One with Tie Domi

Q. In the past you’ve made comments about the issue of respect in regards to the Leafs and your free agent status. Please shed some light on this.

A. I think respect is about how you treat people. You treat people how you want to be treated. That’s what my father taught me when I was growing up. This was the first time I was an unrestricted free agent. Everybody holds that as the trump card in their career, but I just felt I wasn’t really enjoying it as much as I thought I would. It was more of a stressful time for me and after the CUJO situation, I really thought I was going to go too. I was pretty disappointed when he went because I’m close friends with him. Ultimately I had to make the decision that was right for me as a person.

Leafs in seventh heaven

BOSTON-During this remarkable, rather stunning, seven-game streak the Maple Leafs are riding, they have won some with offence, they have baffled opponents with smart defence and they have gutted out victories with gritty determination.

Chalk up last night’s win to ruthless efficiency.

In what was billed as a showdown for first place in the Northeast Division, Toronto simply rolled over the hometown Bruins, shredding former Leafs netminder Felix Potvin for six goals en route to 6-0 pasting.

Feeling punchy

The Toronto Maple Leafs’ Tie Domi is as energetic off the ice as he is on.

It was hard to decide which garnered more attention: the striking Magna clubhouse or the glistening new, candy apple red Ferrari Spider that was parked in a select spot in front of it. It shouldn’t have come as a surprise that the owner turned out to be Tie Domi, someone used to making heads spin around on prominent stages.