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Boston held development camp this week at Warrior Ice Arena, providing players in the Bruins pipeline opportunities to showcase their skills. One player who capitalized on the opportunity: 2020 third-round pick Trevor Kuntar.
Check out this filthy goal that Kuntar scored Thursday:
Kuntar, a Williamsville, N.Y., native, racked up six goals and four assists last season as a freshman at Boston College. He played in all but one game, and will return for a sophomore campaign.
So far, the Bruins like what they’ve seen from the 20-year-old.
“He’s clearly a talented kid,” Bruins skating and skills coach Kim Brandvold said Wednesday, via The Boston Globe’s Kevin Paul Dupont. “Getting to know him, he’s clearly someone who cares about the game and wants to improve all the time. You can see it in all the stuff we’re doing that he’s really absorbing things, both in terms of video we’re showing off the ice and then the things we’re doing on the ice.”
Brandvold added: “There’s a lot of upside there. And getting to know him a little more this week, an exciting young person to work with.”
So, when will Kuntar ascend to the pros?
“I think when I’m ready to jump and make an impact right away at that next level is when I’ll be ready to leave.”
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