Left-winger Sergio Momesso was a bruising forward with a soft touch around the net. The native of Montreal, Quebec was chosen 27th overall by the Canadiens in the 1983 Entry Draft and in his first NHL season, Momesso meshed well on a line with Brian Skrudland and Mike McPhee and recorded an impressive 8 goals and 15 points in his first 24 NHL games and went on to win a Stanley Cup that year. Momesso went on to spend two more seasons in Montreal only to be dealt to the St. Louis Blues in a multi-player trade where he went on to score a career high 24 goals in 1989-90.
Prior to the March 1991 trade deadline, Sergio Momesso was shipped to the Vancouver Canucks where he played his best hockey. In 1994, he registered seven points and provided leadership when Vancouver reached the Stanley Cup finals for the second time in franchise history. Late in his career, Momesso suited up for the Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers, and St. Louis for a second time. Sergio Momesso is currently colour commentator and game analyst for Montreal Canadiens broadcasts on TSN690 Montreal and regularly joins that station’s Morning Show.