Kevin Sundher (C)
Buffalo Sabres’ third-round selection (75th overall) in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. Signed a three-year, entry-level NHL contract with Buffalo on December 15, 2011.
2012-13: Completed his injury-riddled rookie campaign by scoring 13 points on four goals and nine assists in 38 games with the Amerks… Missed the last 25 games (2/27-4/21) of the season with an injury… Had a five-game point streak (3+2) from 1/18 to 2/02… Netted the game-winner in a 5-3 win at Syracuse on 2/02… Scored his first professional goal against Binghamton on 12/21… Recorded his first professional multi-point game with a pair of assists in Rochester’s 7-6 win at Lake Erie on 12/13… Returned to the lineup against Adirondack on 12/07… Missed four games (11/23-12/01) with an injury… Registered his first professional point with an assist at Syracuse on 11/10… Skated 7:23 in his professional debut against Binghamton on 10/16
2011-12: Totaled 75 points (26+49), including a career-best 26 goals, in 58 combined WHL appearances with the Victoria Royals and Brandon Wheat Kings… Notched 64 points (22+42) and 51 PIM in 40 games with Victoria before a midseason trade to Brandon… Recorded 11 points on four goals and seven assists in 18 games with the Wheat Kings to close out the regular season… Finished the campaign third in assists, tied for fourth in goals and ranked fourth in overall scoring among Brandon skaters… Collected 26 of his 49 assists on the power-play, good enough for 12th among league leaders… Led the team with 32 power-play points (6+32) while averaging 1.29 points per game… Had a season-long 12-game point streak (4+16) from 12/06 to 1/07, tying for the 13th-longest in the WHL… Same stretch also produced a 10-game assist streak, tying for fifth-best… Notched three points (1+2) in nine postseason contests… Posted a career-high 23 multi-point outings, including a career-best five-point game (4+1) vs. Seattle on 10/29… 2010-11: Collected a team-high seven points (3+4) in five playoff contests… Completed fourth season with the Chilliwack Bruins (WHL) with career-highs in assists (52) and points (76)… Finished tied for the team lead in assists and third overall in scoring…His 76 points placed him inside the league’s top 35 scorers… Recorded 28 of his 52 helpers on the power-play, good enough for sixth in the league… His 52 assists were the 15th best in the WHL… Scored a team-best two shorthanded goals and five on the power-play as part of a 24-goal campaign… Averaged 1.09 points per game… Enjoyed an 11-game point-scoring streak (3+16) from 12/05 to 3/02… Tallied a career-high four point performance (2+2) on 11/26… Contributed multiple-points in 22 contests over the course of the season, including five straight from 10/29 to 11/05… Netted goals in a season-long four straight games from January 2-12… 2009-10: Added five points (3+2) in six postseason games, good for a tie for second on the club… Finished second on the team in goals (25), power-play goals (nine), assists (36) and points (61) in a career-high 72 games for Chilliwack…Tallied points in 10 straight games from 10/10 to 10/31… Contributed multiple points in two different spans of four and five games over the course of the season…Finished with a career-high 101 penalty minutes and a plus-nine on-ice rating… 2008-09: Led all Bruins rookies with 39 points (19+20) in 67 games and was the 12th-most productive rookie in the league… Finished second overall on the team in scoring, including seven power-play tallies… 2007-08: Appeared in six games for Chilliwack, recording one assist