#32 Sebastian Dahm

BIOGRAPHY

A big profile in the Ontario Hockey League as a youth player, especially in the 2007-08-season where he went to the playoffs with the Niagara Ice Dogs….Became player of the Week in the OHLs first playoff week with an amazing save percentage of 98.9….Was in Malmö Redhawks junior program before he moved to the OHL….In 2005 he flew across the Atlantic to give it a shot amongst Canadas best juniors….Played for Belleville Bulls and Sarnia Sting before moving to Sudbury Wolves, where he became one of the leagues most highly profiled goalies….Was the goalie when Team Denmark was victorious in the 2006 World U20 Championship, Division 1 on home ice. The team advanced to the Top Division in the under 20 category for the first time ever…Played two seasons in the North American Minors (AHL, ECHL, IHL) before moving back to Denmark for a spell in his youth club Rødovre and EfB Ishockey in the 2010-11 season…Became the undisputed number one in Rødovre for four seasons and won the Herbert Knox Trophy – Rødovres MVP selected by the players – twice during his spell there…Ended as Denmark’s number one in WC 2015 in the Czech Republic and moved to Graz in the EBEL where he recorded the best save percentage in the league despite playing for one of the bottom teams…Cemented his no. 1 position with team Denmark during the 2016 World Championship in Russia with a stellar performance that led the way to the 2nd Danish quarter final participation ever…Very intelligent goalkeeper with lots of experience and thrives in games with many shots against.

BORN ON: 28-02-1987
HEIGHT: 182 CM.
WEIGHT: 80 KG.
CLUB: Graz 99’ers (AUT)

NATIONAL TEAM STATS:
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: 5
GAMES PLAYED: 75
GOALS: 0
ASSISTS: 0

CLUB HISTORY

2003-2005: Malmö Juniors (SWE)
2005-2006: Belleville Bulls (CAN)
2005-2006: Sarnia Sting and Sudbury Wolves (OHL)
2007-2008: Sudbury Wolves and Niagara Ice Dogs (OHL)
2008-2009: Syracuse Crunch (AHL) and Johnstown Chiefs (ECHL)
2009-2010: Alaska Aces (ECHL) and Bloomington Prairie Thunder (IHL)
2010-2011: EfB Ishockey and Rødovre Mighty Bulls (DEN)
2011-2015: Rødovre Mighty Bulls (DEN)
2015-2017: Graz 99ers (AUT)