Dominik Bokk has caught for in the SHL after playing for Germany in the World Juniors.
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NHL Prospects

KÅGSTRÖM: A Resurgent Dominik Bokk is Happy to Play Hockey Again

Just imagine what a couple of weeks down in the Czech Republic can do for one’s confidence.

When highly touted German prospect Dominik Bokk left his SHL side Rögle a couple of days before Christmas Eve, he had scored only four points in 23 games in the SHL with Rögle.

Out of those four points, only one of them was a goal.

“The first half of the season was very, very tough, to be honest with you. I got incredibly frustrated and started thinking ‘what am I doing wrong?’ I created a lot of chances during the first half of the season, but I didn’t have any puck luck at all. But at the same time, the adversity at the start of the season made me a whole lot stronger”.

Bokk elaborates.

“I got sent down to the fourth line for a couple of games and was even an extra forward during that spell, which

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NHL Prospects Carolina Hurricanes Rögle BK St. Louis Blues Växjö Lakers HC Germany U20 Germany SHL NHL WJC-20 Dominik Bokk Justin Faulk Joel Edmundson Darren Yorke [staff] Nils Höglander Tim Stützle John-Jason Peterka Lukas Reichel Simon Ryfors Moritz Seider Leon Draisaitl
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