Caledon native Scott Dominey scored his first National Lacrosse League goal in his first National Lacrosse League game with the Toronto Rock on Saturday night. Dominey played his junior lacrosse career with the Orangeville Jr. A Northmen. Rock goaltender Nick Rose, who also got a assist on Dominey’s first pro goal, tweeted out saying, “even though I’m gonna age myself pretty badly right now, I coached Scott Dominey in peewee lacrosse“. Tom Schreiber also tweeted out about Dominey’s goal, “one of the hardest working players I’ve been around“.
Here is video of Dominey’s first National Lacrosse League goal.
Video Credits Toronto Rock via Twitter
🎥 take a look back at Scott Dominey first career NLL goal! pic.twitter.com/yChgiUwnkc
— Toronto Rock (@TorontoRockLax) March 17, 2019
— Tom Schreiber (@TomSchreiber26) March 17, 2019
Fun fact: even though I’m gonna age myself pretty badly right now, I coached @scottydomdom in Peewee lacrosse. Connecting on this one was special for both of us. Fired up for the kid that has done nothing but work his tail off to get here https://t.co/iC3KPPIjHO
— Nick Rose (@NickRose66) March 17, 2019