|Written by Eric Scheib|
January 2013 – He currently finds himself with the Capitals as they struggle to find offense from any source they can. Kundratek actually beat Dmitry Orlov out for a roster spot after leading Portland’s back end with 26 points in 41 games. His minus -13 in the AHL is a cause for alarm, leading the team in that category, but Washington seems willing to overlook that right now. Jason Banks
July, 2012 – Tomas Kundratek was acquired by the Capitals early in the 2011-12 season from the Rangers. The change of scenery was exactly what was needed. Thought to be a defensive defenseman, increased confidence allowed Kundratek to display good puck moving skills along with a powerful slapshot. He was often featured on the point of the Bears strong power play. He had 12 goals and 23 points in 55 games with the Bears. He was rewarded with a 5 game call up with the Capitals. Kundratek is a good-sized defenseman who is not afraid to get physical. Kundratek will compete for a spot on the Capitals defense, but will likely start in Hershey.
Kundratak strong performance in Hershey helped put him back on the map as a good prospect. He needs to show that last year was not a fluke. If he can continue his success at the AHL level, Kundratek should receive a promotion sooner than later – and an increase his fantasy value.
Kundratek with a decisive win in a bout from 2010:
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|Last Updated on Monday, 28 January 2013 14:52|