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Making his NHL debut as a 19-year-old, Momesso was drafted 27th overall by his hometown Montreal Canadians in 1983. He played one game before going back to junior, where he used his size and skills to score 100+ points as well as 200+ penalty minutes for two consecutive seasons. In 1985, Momesso made the Habs’ roster out of training camp and meshed well on a line with Brian Skrudland and Mike McPhee. Unfortunately, a knee injury in December cost him the rest of the season. After spending two more seasons with Montreal, Momesso was traded to the St. Louis Blues in 1988. His highest scoring NHL season was alongside Brett Hull and Adam Oates where he scored 56 points. From there, Momesso went to the Vancouver Canucks, the New York Rangers and Toronto Maple Leafs, before closing out his NHL career by returning to St. Louis in 1996-97. After his NHL retirement, Momesso played a few seasons in Germany before returning to Canada as an Assistant Coach for Concordia University and Shawinigan. Sergio now enjoys living in Montreal and continuing to run his two successful restaurants; ‘Caffe Momesso’ and ‘Momesso’s Original’.