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Max Domi powers Hurricanes to Game 7 win over Bruins

Max Domi had two goals and an assist to help the Carolina Hurricanes fend off and eliminate the visiting Boston Bruins with a 3-2 win in Game 7 of their first-round series on Saturday. The Hurricanes withstood a goal and ensuring flurry in the final 22 seconds to seal the...
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Hurricanes' Max Domi: Carries Canes to win

Domi had two goals and an assist in a series-clinching 3-2 Game 7 win over Boston in their Eastern Conference First Round series Saturday. Domi's first goal put the Canes up 2-0 early in the second period and stood as the winner. He grabbed a loose puck at the left post and tucked it into the net for his first Stanley Cup playoff goal. Domi's second was a one-timer from the right hash marks at 10:33 of the second period. He had failed to deliver consistent offense in Raleigh after his arrival at the trade deadline, but all that is forgotten with a massive lift to carry the Canes to a Game 7 win.

A look ahead at the upcoming free agency of Hurricanes forward Max Domi

After taking a look at the upcoming free agency situation of Vincent Trocheck, we now pivot to looking at the future of his Hurricanes teammate, Max Domi. Tuesday, Domi hit an important milestone in his career: 500 NHL games played. Domi is famously the son of enforcer Tie Domi, who spent the majority of his career with just one team: the Toronto Maple Leafs. The stability that Tie Domi found once he established himself in Toronto is not something Max has managed in his career, and as a pending unrestricted free agent, the second Domi looks set to potentially land on the fifth NHL team of his career, despite being just 27 years old.
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Hurricanes' Max Domi: First goal with Hurricanes

Domi scored a goal on five shots and added an assist in Monday's 5-3 win over Arizona. Domi put away a Nino Niederreiter rebound to record his first goal in 14 games with the Hurricanes. He'd then return the favor, assisting on Niederreiter's goal later in the second period. Domi now has 38 points on the season and six since joining Carolina at the trade deadline from Columbus. It'll be tough to expect consistent production from Domi in a bottom-six role, but his performance on Monday was a positive sign.