Big, strong center with a quick, accurate shot. He excels in the dirty areas but can also drive the play on offense.
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June 2021 – Kuntar’s first season of NCAA hockey was ultimately a success, as he racked up six goals and 10 points in 23 games for Boston College. His aggressive style transitioned nicely from the USHL, as he led the team with 33 PIM and used his physicality to win puck battles all over the ice. With Boston College likely losing several key players to NHL contracts, Kuntar should earn more ice time next year, where he will look to develop into one of Boston’s most important prospects. Chris Mazza
January 2021 – Kuntar is off to a good start in his freshman campaign with Boston College. He has managed four goals and five points through six games thus far, transitioning nicely as a goal scorer from the USHL to the NCAA. His decision to de-commit from Harvard and join the Eagles after the Ivy League season was canceled is proving to be a good one. His new team features plenty of NHL-caliber prospects and should help him thrive as he continues his development now and in the future. Chris Mazza
October 2020 – Another overager selected by the Bruins, Kuntar was chosen 89th overall in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. He is a big center that shines in the middle of the ice, winning net-front battles and using his soft hands in tight. He has a powerful shot that he uses often, landing second in the USHL in shots on goal (195) in 2019-2020. He led his team and finished 10th in league scoring with 28 goals and 53 points in 44 games. He also managed to contribute 21 power play points and 83 penalty minutes, showing his potential versatility for fantasy leagues moving forward. Kuntar improved his point totals in each of his three seasons with the Youngstown Phantoms, and will now take his high compete level to Boston College to continue his development. He has a long way to go to become fantasy relevant but offers a diverse skill set and a high ceiling. His progression will be one to monitor. Chris Mazza
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|2015-2016||Buffalo Jr. Sabres 14U AAA||T1EHL 14U||15||2||10||12||12|||||Playoffs||4||1||1||2||6|
|2016-2017||Buffalo Jr. Sabres 16U AAA||T1EHL 16U||32||12||15||27||46|||||Playoffs||4||0||2||2||10|