Found June 29, 2012 on NESN.com:
WILMINGTON, Mass. -- Jared Knight never wavered from rooting for the team he hopes to soon play for, but he admitted that watching this past spring's NHL playoffs did create a bit of an awkward situation. The Bruins forward prospect began the year playing his fourth season for London of the Ontario Hockey League. It was also his fourth season playing for London coach Dale Hunter. But Hunter left the Knights midway through the season to coach the Washington Capitals, the same team that the Bruins ended up being matched against in the opening round of the Stanley Cup playoffs....
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