Pat Quinn, general manager and head coach, announced Friday that the Toronto Maple Leafs have signed unrestricted free agent right-winger Tie Domi to a multi-year contract.
In keeping with club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Domi, 32, is currently the second-longest serving member of the Maple Leafs (behind Mats Sundin) and will enter his eighth full season with Toronto in 2002-03.
The Windsor, Ontario product became the Maple Leafs all-time penalty minutes leader last season, surpassing Tiger Williams and finishing the season with 1777 penalty minutes in a Toronto uniform. His 3027 career penalty minutes places him ninth on the NHL's all-time list.
Domi posted totals of 19 points on nine goals and ten assists and registered a plus-minus rating of plus-three last season. His best offensive year came in 1996-97 when he recorded 28 points on 11 goals and 17 assists. He recorded a career-high 13 goals in 2000-01.
Domi was originally drafted by the Maple Leafs with their second choice, 27th overall, in the 1988 NHL Entry Draft. After five seasons with the New York Rangers and Winnipeg Jets, he was re-acquired by the Leafs April 7, 1995 in exchange for Mike Eastwood and Toronto's third choice (Brad Isbister) in the 1995 NHL Entry Draft.