Max Domi is a professional hockey player, currently with the Montreal Canadiens. He was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at twelve years old. Domi is also active with a number of charities. He lives in Montreal, Quebec. Connect with him on Twitter @Max_Domi or on Instagram @Max.
Jim Lang is a Canadian sportscaster, journalist, and the co-author of hockey memoirs by Tie Domi, Max Domi, Wendel Clark, and Brian Berard, as well as Everyday Hockey Heroes with Bob McKenzie. He hosts The Jim Lang Show. He lives outside Toronto with his wife and kids. Follow him on Twitter @JimLangSports.
Praise for No Days Off
"Hockey is one of the most physically demanding sports in the world, and being a professional hockey player with type 1 diabetes makes it doubly hard. The fact that Max Domi not only plays hockey with type 1 diabetes, but that he thrives, is a testament to his spirit and the inspiration he provides to so many others with diabetes."
-- DR. ANNE PETERS, M.D., Professor of Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
"I watched Max grow up before and after his diagnosis with type 1 diabetes, and I witnessed every step of his incredible journey, from his earliest days on the ice all the way through to playing in the NHL. No Days Off is a story that will inspire anyone, young or old, who's struggled through adversity to follow their dreams."
-- MATS SUNDIN, former captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs
"I'm happy that he's also proud to share his story and try and help others."
-- CLAUDE JULIEN, coach of the Montreal Canadiens