Max Domi Injury: Updates on Coyotes Forward’s Recovery from Hand Surgery

December 11th, 2016 by Tyler Conway Leave a reply »

Arizona Coyotes forward Max Domi's upper-body injury has been determined to be a hand issue that will require surgery and could keep him out of action for more than one month. 

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Latest on Domi's Timeline for Return Sunday, Dec. 11 Per Sportsnet's Nick Kypreos (h/t Craig Morgan of 98.7 Arizona Sports), Domi is expected to undergo hand surgery that could leave him on the shelf for up to six weeks.

Domi, 21, left the Coyotes' game against the Calgary Flames on Thursday following a fight with Garnet Hathaway. He is the team's second-leading scorer this season with 16 points and is tied for the team lead with 11 assists.

In his second NHL season, the former first-round pick has made an instant impact with Arizona. He had 18 goals and 34 assists as a rookie and has made a name for himself with his sterling backhand.

"Everybody is talking about him back home," teammate Oliver Ekman-Larsson told Dan Rosen of "He's got a lot of speed, some sick hands and that shot. His backhanded shot is probably one of the best in this league. Unbelievable. So hard. ...

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