Sebastian Dahm Returns To Homeland

sebastian dahm rodovre denmark hockeySebastian Dahm stopped 94% of the shots fired at him in his first game with Rødovre in Denmark. The Ontario Hockey League grad has recently returned to his native country to find a pro hockey home.

Dahm played three seasons in the Ontario Hockey League from 2005-06 to 2007-08. He played his first season with the Belleville Bulls, split his second season between the Sarnia Sting and Sudbury Wolves and split his final season between Sudbury and the Niagara IceDogs.

In his second season in the OHL, Dahm was a huge part of the Wolves team with only 29 wins against 30 losses make it to the Robertson Cup finals. Sudbury ended up losing to the Plymouth Whalers in six games.

Sebastian has already represented Denmark at seven different international tournaments. Twice, he played for Team Denmark at both the Under-18 and Under-20 World Championships in one season. Three time, he played for the Under-20 team, winning a Bronze, Silver and Gold medal at the Division I level. Most recently, in 2009, Dahm played a game for Denmark at the World Championships.

His return to Denmark follows two seasons of professional hockey in North America. In 2008-09, he played 24 games for the Syracuse Crunch of the AHL where he put up great numbers with a 2.66 GAA and a .914 save percentage. He also appeared in five games with the Johnstown Chiefs of the ECHL. The following season, he split his time between the Alaska Aces of the ECHL and the Bloomington PrairieThunder of the IHL.

Check out the article at the team’s official website announcing Dahm’s signing.

OHL grad Dustin Vanballegooie is also playing in Denmark this season. Check out this previous post at OHL Alumni Central on Dustin.

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