Sebastien Centomo Re-assigned to Greensboro

By Kevin Kelly

Sebastien Centomo Reassigned to Greensboro of

Goaltender Sebastien Centomo, who played in the NHL
last season after being the St. John’s Maple Leafs
number one goalie, has now been reassigned to the
Greensboro Generals of the East Coast Hockey League.
In 19 appearances this season Centomo has a 7-10-1
record, a 3.90 AVG. and a .878 save percentage.

The demotion of Centomo, a Montreal native, happened
after the emergence of Jamie Hodson in a recent three
game weekend. Hodson received three straight starts,
going 1-1-1 in that span, including a 34 save
performance against Albany to emerge as St. John’s
Number Two goalie behind Mikael Tellqvist, who has
returned to St. John’s.

Centomo’s last appearance with St. John’s saw him
pulled in a 5-1 loss against Manchester earlier in the
month and despite having the same number of wins in
less appearances with St. John’s as Mikael Tellqvist,
Centomo seems to have lost the confidence of the
coaching staff.

The Maple Leafs get ready to play a two game set
against former Leaf Harold Druken and the Lowell Lock
Monsters January 30th & 31st.