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Jack Todd: Max Domi doesn't have what Alex Galchenyuk has

I haven't seen a whole lot of the Arizona Coyotes the past couple of seasons — perhaps because they were rancid. Most of what I recall of Max Domi dates back to the world juniors, when he was pretty good — and so flashy that he made P.K. Subban look like a shrinking violet. Let's just say that

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Max Domi provides a playmaking element for the Montreal Canadiens

The Montreal Canadiens acquired Max Domi from the Arizona Coyotes in exchange for Alex Galchenyuk. While it appears that Arizona got the better player in the trade, Domi does bing his own set of skills with him. Through three years of his NHL career so far, Domi has 36 goals and 99 assists, following

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Laughable trade speculation around Leon Draisaitl, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Cam Talbot

It's the silly season of nonsense and rampant boosterism in the National Hockey League where trade speculators in Toronto and New York outdo one another in devaluing Edmonton Oilers hockey players and proposing oddball trade scenarios. Exhibit A is Larry Brooks of the New York Post, who has been

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