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Williamsville’s Kuntar Added To Roster

Trevor Kuntar Added to 2020 BioSteel All-American Game Roster
Top American prospects eligible for 2020 NHL Draft to compete at USA Hockey Arena tomorrow
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Hockey today announced that forward Trevor Kuntar (Williamsville, N.Y.) will participate in the 2020 BioSteel All-American Game, which will take place tomorrow (Jan. 20) at USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth, Michigan. He will be part of the Team Gomez roster.Puck drop is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET and the game will be televised live on NHL Network.The game features the top American players eligible for the 2020 NHL Draft and this season, for the first time, the format has players from the U.S. National Under-18 Team of USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program — Team Knuble, taking on the top draft-eligible American-born players from the USHL, the lone Tier I junior league in the United States — Team Gomez. The teams are named after the honorary coaches for the contest, retired NHL stars Mike Knuble (Kentwood, Mich.) and Scott Gomez (Anchorage, Alaska).Kuntar is in his third season with the Youngstown Phantoms of the USHL. Through 28 games, the 6-foot forward has recorded 23 goals and 15 assists for a combined 38 points. He is committed to play college hockey at Harvard University.For the complete BioSteel All-American Game rosters, click here.Tickets for the BioSteel All-American Game are currently on sale at the USA Hockey Arena box office or online, here.NOTES: Trevor Kuntar will replace Patrick Guzzo who will not be able to compete due to injury … Team Knuble forward Eamon Powell will no longer be able to compete due to injury … Scott Gomez(Anchorage, Alaska) and Mike Knuble (Kentwood, Mich.) — both who played on multiple U.S. men’s national teams, including together on the 2006 U.S. Men’s Olympic Team, will serve as the honorary head coaches … The complete rosters for Team Gomez and Team Knuble can be found, here … To date, 188 alumni of the All-American Prospects Game have been drafted in the NHL, including 44 first-round selections and a record 31 picks in last year’s NHL Draft … Previous host sites for what is now called the BioSteel All-American Game include Buffalo (2012, 2014, 2015, 2017), Pittsburgh (2013), Philadelphia (2016) and Saint Paul (2018) … For more information on the BioSteel All-American Game, click here.
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