Don’t have one memorable moment. A man who plays tough, but proved in New York and by all means in Toronto, The man has heart off gold with charities and other stuff. Like Gilmour And Domi it’s is great. And the hall off fame will be there for Domi a man who should of been laying off with the rules,then he proves he can put the puck in. For a little a guy he’s on my all time top 10, and that’s good With Keon to Horton. Stay with the organizing the fans love yeh, not that much thou to kiss yeh but your awesome.Good luck on your career
Back during the ugly lock out time of the NHL season 2004-2005, I had the opportunity to meet Mr. Domi at a local restaurant in Kitchener, where I live. I had my son who had just turned 3 at the time with me.
Just before the Olympics when the team was in a real rut…Tie broke out and scored in a game where they seemed doomed to lose. He is not known as a top scorer but he proved to be a great team motivator who steps up to the plate when needed.
My memorable moment of Tie was when he fought Rob Ray. These two combatants went at it everytime they met. Of course Tie won every time, but I give Ray credit for tapping Tie on the shoulder everytime the fight was over.
My most memorable moment was a few years ago in the playoffs when the leafs had a lot of players out, and Tie had a wonderful playoff and became more then just a fighter. Congrats Tie on your 1000 game hope there’s lots more with the Leafs. GO LEAFS GO