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Canadian hockey pro Tie Domi and former world squash champ Jonathon Power visit CP24


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Wednesday, October 23, 2013 – Hockey Pro Tie Domi along with Jonathon Power stop by the Bell Media headquarters, at 299 Queen Street West, to promote their upcoming event Squash the Stars on CP24 Breakfast Television with host Steve Anthony and co-host Melissa Grelo.

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Tie Domi

Squash the Stars (STS) tournament teams up Squash professional players with Hockey legends for the ultimate squash doubles tournament.  Well-known hockey legends who are set to participate include: Tie Domi, Curtis Joseph, Nick Kypreos, Glen Healy, and Gary Roberts.

Tie Domi: retired hockey professional, drafted by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 2nd round of the 1988 entry draft. Tie played only 2 games for the Leafs in 1989/90 before being traded to the New York Rangers. Tie spent parts of 3 season with the Rangers including scoring his first NHL goal March 23, 1991 against Philadelphia. On December 28, 1992 Tie was traded to the Winnipeg Jets. Tie spent 2 1/2 seasons with the Jets. Tie was selected the Jets most popular popular player in 1994. April 7, 1995 Tie was traded back to the Toronto Maple Leafs. He was back with the Maple Leafs to stay. Tie is the all-time leading PIM leader for the Leafs surpassing his childhood hero Dave “Tiger” Williams on December 15, 2001.

Jonathon Power: retired professional squash player from Canada. In 1999, he became the first North American squash player to reach the World No. 1 ranking. He won 36 top-level squash events during his career, including the World Open in 1998, and the British Open in 1999.

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