Domish death stuns British Ice Hockey
Domish played for Trenton Titans, Charlotte Checkers, Norfolk Admirals and Rockford IceHogs before moving to Denmark to play with Esbjerg in 2008.
A year later, he joined the Elite League to sign for Newcastle Vipers under Rob Wilson and helped them finish in seventh place.
We are saddened to learn of the death of former player Jerramie Domish. A great character who will be missed by many.
RIP Domer 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/6z1NocRmh3
Domish ended his career with the Blaze in 2013, finishing with a fourth place and a place in the final playoff weekend.
Blaze's former teammate Russell Cowley tweeted, "I couldn't believe this when I heard it. Unreal teammate and my partner D for most of a season. RIP Domer. »
The Steelers are deeply saddened to learn of the death of their former "championship winner" Jerramie Domish.
Hull Pirates coach Jason Hewitt, who played with Domish in this title-winning Steelers team, added, "Absolutely Gut heartbreaking to hear this news probably there. The funniest hockey year I have ever had! he had a heart of gold and a pleasure to be with you. We will miss Domer x Rest in Peace Mate. »
Chief Operating Officer of the Glasgow Clan Gareth Chalmers, who brought Domish to the Elite League while in office similar with the Vipers, said: "Very saddened to hear of the death of Jerramie Domish.
"We lost an ice hockey character, a fantastic guy, and we absolutely loved him while he was with the Vipers. RIP my friend."