Dominik Simon, by anyone's standards, is having a great start to his third season with the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins. His 10 points (two goals, eight assists) are the second-most on the team, trailing only Daniel Sprong. He's on track for 58 assists this season, which would be a significant improvement over his first two seasons of 23 and 31. He's also having success on the Penguins' power play.
That production doesn't meet his standard, though.
"Sometimes it's kind of frustrating, trying your best and the points are not coming," he told me of his start to the season. "But sometimes you got to go through these frustrating moments and move on."