Tie Domi's Toronto timeline

LANCE HORNBY -- Toronto Sun

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- 1988 -- Drafted 27th overall by the Maple Leafs from the Peterborough Petes.

- 1989 -- First Leafs training camp. Befriends, but doesn't fight, incumbent enforcer John Kordic.

- 1989-90 -- Plays first of two games for the Leafs, earning three 10-minute misconducts versus Detroit ... Traded to Rangers with goalie Mark LaForest for forward Greg Johnston.

- 1995 -- Re-acquired from Winnipeg for Mike Eastwood and a pick ... Suspended eight games for sucker-punching Rangers' Ulf Samuelsson.

- 1996 -- Makes a cameo for the Argonauts as a training camp placekicker.

- 1998 -- Set Leafs season penalty minute mark of 365.

- 1999 -- Flyers tough guy Sandy McCarthy accuses Domi of uttering a racial slur. Domi claims McCarthy concocted the story after spitting at him.

- 2001 -- Suspended for balance of playoffs and first eight games of '01-02 season for an elbow on Devils' Scott Niedermayer ... Passes Tiger Williams as Leafs' career penalty-minutes leader.

- 2002 -- Re-signs with the Leafs after considering offers from Chicago and Dallas ... Embroiled in the City of Toronto's computer leasing probe while supporting his brother Dash.

- 2003 -- Sets career high in goals (15) and points (29).

- 2004 -- During lockout, works behind scenes with Mario Lemieux and Leafs executive Larry Tanenbaum to try to reach deal with NHL.

- 2005 -- Re-signs with the Leafs after considering offer from Lemieux's Penguins.

- 2006 -- Plays in 1,000th NHL game. Honoured in an Air Canada Centre ceremony.


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