It’s dangerous to speak in absolutes when it comes to trades in the NHL. For example: while Dion Phaneuf‘s contract is onerous, that deal has been far from impossible to move. That monster’s been traded twice, and very well could be moved again before it runs out after 2020-21. So, yes, there may be a scenario where trading Max Domi on or before Feb. 26 actually benefits the Arizona Coyotes enough to do it, but it would almost certainly be smarter to wait. You know, if he’s even worth trading at all. (Note: The Coyotes shopping him – though not necessarily aggressively – has been reported by multiple outlets, including Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman this past weekend.) Let’s discuss why this is a terrible time to trade Domi. Selling low There’s no doubt that this has been a terrible season for Domi, and honestly, the past two seasons provide some reason for concern. During a fabulous rookie season, Domi meshed well with Anthony Duclair, scoring 18 goals and 52 points in 81 games back in 2015-16.
Trading Max Domi likely wouldn’t pay off for Coyotes
Pro Hockey Talk | Feb 15