Sault Ste. Marie-based scout Don Kurylo is leaving the London Knights for the Toronto St. Michael's Majors, SooToday.com has learned. Kurylo, who has scouted for the Ontario Hockey League Knights for 10 years, will join the Majors at the urging of St. Mike's coach/general manager Dave Cameron and his assistant, Sault native Bobby Jones. Cameron coached the Greyhounds for two years before joining St. Mike's. Jones was his assistant with the Hounds before hooking up with him again at St. Mike's. "This is a move that feels good," said Kurylo. "I've known Bobby Jones for a long time and I have a lot of respect for both he and Dave Cameron. "Dave has done a great job in turning around the program at St. Mike's and I have heard nothing but good things about the way he operates." Kurylo declined to comment about his relationship with Dale and Mark Hunter -- who have owned the Knights for two years - but admitted that he "wasn't happy" with his role in London. "Let me just say that I've been told by both Dave and Bobby that St. Mike's will continue to pay close attention to players in Northern Ontario and that I'll have my say. That's all I really want. Scouting is something I really love." Before taking the scouting job with London, Kurylo coached the Soo Legion (now North Star) midgets for a number of years, helping to develop many players for the OHL and U.S. college ranks who've gone on the National Hockey League including forwards Ron Francis and Denny Lambert, defenceman Rob Zettler and goalie Marty Turco.