2006-07: Kevin Sundher was chosen in the first round (7th overall) of the 2007 WHl Bantam Draft by the Chilliwack Bruins.
2007-08: Sundher saw limited action with the Bruins, playing in 6 games for that club. He had no goals and 1 assist for 1 point while finishing +2 in those games.
2008-09: In his WHL rookie season, Sundher played in 67 games for the Bruins. He scored 19 goals and added 20 assists for 39 points while picking up 68 penalty minutes.
2009-10: In 72 games for the Bruins, Sundher scored 25 goals and added 36 assists for 61 points. He added 101 penalty minutes on the season. In 6 playoff games for the Bruins, Sundher scored 3 goals and added 2 assists for 5 points.
2010-11:Sunder served as an assistant captain in his third full season with Chilliwack. He scored 24 goals with 52 assists and was -11 with 93 PMs. Of his 24 goals, five were scored on the power play and two were short-handed tallies. Sundher was the leading-scorer for Chilliwack in their five-game, first-round playoff series with Spokane. He scored 3 goals with 4 assists and was -2 with 6 PMs.
2011-12: Sundher began the year with the re-located Victoria Royals (formerly Chilliwack) before being dealt to the Brandon Wheat Kings. He was the Royals' leading scorer and seventh in the WHL with 64 points in 40 games prior to the trade. Expected to boost the Wheat Kings' Memorial Cup prospects, Sundher had a rough second half, appearing in just 18 games for Brandon (and one regular season game after suffering a concussion in mid-February). He scored 4 goals with 7 assists and was minus-12 with 12 penalty minutes for Brandon. The Wheat Kings finished second in the East Division and reached the second round in the playoffs. Sundher scored 1 goal with 2 assists in nine playoff games and was plus-one with 9 penalty minutes. He signed a three-year entry-level contract with the Sabres in December, 2011.
Sundher can skate and he can make offensive plays, but he lacks the size and the physical edge to create room for himself and his teammates. He has a tendency to shy away from the physical game, which is something that needs to be addressed if he wants to make the NHL. Sundher has the potential to become a good AHL scorer, but many more aspects of his game have to improve.
Sundher has graduated from the WHL and will start the season in Rochester, where is expected to stay for a couple of years for development.