Boston College’s hopes of replacing some of the offense lost by the departure of stars Matt Boldy, Alex Newhook, and Mike Hardman lie in part with players like Trevor Kuntar - a Bruins draft pick who saw bottom-six minutes in 2020-21, but showed flashes of the skill that got him on the NHL radar.
Kuntar will likely take on a much bigger role at BC this year and based on early reports out of Boston Bruins development camp, he’s having a strong summer - standing out among the B’s prospects in camp in Brighton:
Trevor Kuntar has had himself a really good week here at Dev Camp. His bread and butter is his high-end wrist shot which he’s used to tuck multiple pucks already. Not fancy, but he’s strong on his feet and moves with tons of purpose, determination. Solid player. #NHLBruins— Bruins Network (@BruinsNetwork) August 5, 2021
He also spoke about his freshman year experiences at BC:
Trevor Kuntar had some good moments today. Expect him to play bigger role at BC this winter https://t.co/bHGP6KCc2H— Mark Divver (@MarkDivver) August 4, 2021
But the standout moment of Kuntar’s camp was probably this sweet between-the-legs goal that got the Warrior Ice Arena buzzing:
Camp is camp so make of it what you will but the reports of Kuntar standing out this week are a good sign as the 2021-22 season approaches - now just two months away.