|Tie Domi Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 10 in|
|Date of Birth||November 1, 1969|
Tie Domi is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey player who is well-known for his playing position as the grinder and for being one of the few players who notched up tons of penalty minutes due to his extremely aggressive and physical play during each of his game. In his entire 16-year playing career in the ice hockey industry, he played for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Winnipeg Jets, and New York Rangers. Before he officially became a professional ice hockey player joining the American Hockey League (AHL) in 1989, he was first an active ice hockey player during his minor and junior years. During his early years, he played more games, honed his skills, and quickly gained his reputation as an enforcer; an unofficial role in ice hockey that is often given to players who respond to any violent play of the opposing team.
He joined AHL’s Newmarket Saints during the 1989-90 season and recorded an overall score of 14 goals and 25 points. Following his successful entrance as a professional to the ice hockey industry, he made his debut to the National Hockey League (NHL) and appeared in 2 games with Toronto Maple Leafs on the same year. He was traded to the New York Rangers and scored his first NHL goal during the 1990-91 season for 28 games.
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
He attended the Westdale Secondary School in Hamilton, Ontario.
Retired Professional Ice Hockey Player
- Father – Unknown
- Mother – Unknown
- Siblings – Dash Domi (Brother)
Tie Dome is represented by Mr. A. Fleishman of Domi Management.
28 – Toronto Maple Leafs
5 ft 10 in or 178 cm
95 kg or 209.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Tie Domi has dated –
- Leanne Domi (1993-2006) – Tie Domi got married to Leanne in 1993. They have 3 children together – daughters Carlin and Avery Rose, and son Max. The couple got divorced in 2006.
- Tia Carrere (2002) – In 2002, Tie was linked with actress and singer, Tie Carrere for a short while.
- Belinda Stronach (2006) – Shortly after Tie Domi had called it quits with ex-wife Leanne, he began dating politician Belinda Stronach in 2006. They dated for a short period of time before getting separated.
- Heather McDonough – Tie Domi got married to his second wife, Heather McDonough on July 16, 2017.
Race / Ethnicity
He has Albanian ancestry.
- Square Shaped Jawline
- Thin Lips
- He appeared in a TV commercial for Quizno’s with Don Cherry in 2005. On the same year, he was seen in a TV commercial for SportsDesk.
- In 2013, Tie Domi had endorsed the brand, Comwave Networks Inc.
Best Known For
- His successful career as an Ice Hockey star and becoming one of the most valuable players of Toronto Maple Leafs, Winnipeg Jets, and New York Rangers during his 16-year playing career
- Logging tons of penalty minutes during each of his game due to his extremely aggressive and physical play
First Ice Hockey Match
Tie Domi made his professional ice hockey debut in the 1989-90 season with AHL’s Newmarket Saints. He made his entrance to the National Hockey League (NHL) and became part of the Toronto Maple Leafs during the same year in which he appeared in 2 games.
In 1998, he made his theatrical film debut in a supporting role as Pete in Men of Means.
First TV Show
In 2004, Tie Domi made his first TV show appearance as ‘Himself’ on the hit show Late Night with Conan O’Brien.
Tie Domi Favorite Things
- Sports – Golf
- Foods – Italian
- Movie – Good Fellas (1990)
- NHL Road City – Chicago
- Actor – Robert De Niro
- Out of Town Arena – Joe Louis Arena
- Hockey Heroes – Dave “Tiger” Williams
- Musical Group/Singer – Eagles
- Hobbies – Doing charity work, spending time with his family, golfing
Source – TieDomi.com
Tie Domi Facts
- He started playing ice hockey at the age of 10.
- His son Max Domi is also a professional ice hockey player.
- Tie loves to spend most of his free time with his children.
- His childhood favorite sports were soccer and baseball.
- During Tie Domi’s final season of 2005-06, he scored his 100th NHL goal.
- He officially retired on September 19, 2006.
- In 1995, he was suspended for 8 games for inhumanely knocking out New York Rangers’ Ulf Samuelsson.
- Visit his official website @ tiedomi.com.
- Connect with Tie Domi on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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