Louis Domingue of the Penguins is an NHL playoff star

His first foray into the kitchen was tossing a wad of uncooked spaghetti into cold water and watching it turn to cement. But he learned ...


His first foray into the kitchen was tossing a wad of uncooked spaghetti into cold water and watching it turn to cement. But he learned and eventually wrote a cookbook, “Baking Goals,” which focuses on home baking and features the family recipes he learned from Boileau and his mother. The proceeds benefit autism research, Boileau said.

Domingue got off to a late start as goalkeeper. He was 8 years old, his father said, when he started in the position, which is over the hill for many aspiring Quebec goaltenders. But the family spent their summers in Gloucester, Mass., a seaside town with a strong arts community, instead of watching Louis take goalie lessons at Quebec rinks. Boileau is an art teacher and Charles Domingue, in addition to being a filmmaker, was an excellent goalkeeper at school. He helped Louis learn to play and love the position, taking his son to early morning practices and taking him on trips near and far.

“It’s not easy for the parents of the goalkeepers,” said Charles Domingue. “There is so much pressure on them. I was watching other dads, and they were drinking beer, buying T-shirts, having fun. The goalkeeper’s father is not the same. One mistake, and everyone is upset.

Louis was also an excellent baseball player, but when he was around 14 he made the decision to focus on hockey and rose through the junior ranks as a prospect. His favorite player, perhaps rightly so, was not the Canadiens’ star goaltender, José Théodore, but Jeff Hackett, their backup.

Domingue was selected by the Coyotes in the fifth round of the 2010 draft, but over the next few years he bounced between the AHL and NHL, playing for six teams, going through waivers several times. But he refused to give up.

“You know, he loves cats,” his mother said. “And he has nine lives.”

Playing for Tampa Bay in 2019, Domingue set the team record for most consecutive wins by a goaltender, with 11, but the Lightning had Andrei Vasilevskiy, one of the best goaltenders in the world, and Domingue was waived the following September. He has played in four teams since.

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