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The German winger blends terrific offensive instincts with lightning quick hands and an unquenchable thirst for piling up points.


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March 2022 – After putting up 10 points in 32 games in the AHL, Bokk was loaned to Eisbaren Belrin in the DEL, where he has 9 points in 11 games. Bokk is 22, and has yet to show his offensive flair in the AHL, and may have a difficult time leaping over the young offensive talent in the Cane’s pipeline, let alone the young incumbent stars currently playing meaningful minutes in Carolina’s top six. Alex Wyatt

May 2021 – Bokk scored nine times and added nine assists for 18-points in 29 games this AHL season. He took a little bit of time to adjust but once he was comfortable, he was a solid player for the Wolves. With his shot he is going to score goals, I would be very bullish on him heading into next season because of the way he finished the year for Chicago. Austin Broad 

January 2021 – Bokk was recently signed by the Chicago Wolves, so he will end up playing there for the rest of the season. A player who has disappointed slightly over the past year or so, he only tallied three points in 20 games for Djurgardens this year, Bokk is hoping a fresh start in America will do him some good. Jack LeGwin

February 2020 – After his performance at the WJC (8 points in 7 games), Bokk has taken off for Rogle BK in the SHL scoring 10 goals in 13 games. A forward with a knack for piling up points, he’s found his groove and it looks as if he will get a chance in Charlotte next year. Jack LeGwin

September 2019 – Bokk has been traded from St. Louis to Carolina.  Jokke Nevalainen

June 2018 – Dominik Bokk has been witnessing a meteoric rise up draft boards all season long. The German winger blends terrific offensive instincts with lightning quick hands and an unquenchable thirst for piling up points. He’s been a phenom in the German circuit for years but 2017-18 was his first against serious competition in Sweden. He produced over a point-per-game in the J20 circuit and looked dangerous during a stint with SHL champion, Växjö. He’s expected to suit up in the SHL on a fulltime basis in 2018-19 before considering a crossover to North America.  Cam Robinson

Fantasy Upside 8.0
NHL Certainty 7.0
Country GER
Position RW
Roster Type Junior
Shoot/Glove Right
Date of Birth February 3, 2000
Height 6‘2”
Weight 181 lbs
Drafted 2018 Round 1; Overall: 25


 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2012-2013 ERV Schweinfurt U16Germany U16 3- - -- -|        
 2013-2014 SG Schweinfurt/Haßfurt U16Germany U16 3- - -- -|        
 2014-2015 Kölner EC U16Schüler-BL24 13 1831 24|Playoffs5 5 38
  Kölner EC U19DNL0 0 00 0|Playoffs2 0 11
 2015-2016 Kölner EC U16Schüler-BL12 19 1433 69|Playoffs4 2 35
  Kölner EC U19DNL32 10 1828 10|        
  Kölner EC U19DNL Endrunde3 0 11 0|        
  Germany U16 (all)International-Jr12 6 9