Generals Fan
2003 - 2004


Game Day Program Graphic
December 11, 2003
ECHL Game # 335
Home Game # 13
Referee - Brian Thul
Linesmen - Kevin Ferguson, Mark Hamlett
National Anthem - Michael Griffin


GREENSBORO - Greensboro Generals Head Coach and General Manager Rick Adduono announced Tuesday that the franchise has received goaltender Jamie Hodson as part of a two-way contract with the St. John's Maple Leaf's of the American Hockey League.

Hodson will be reunited with Adduono for the third time in his career, and the second time in Greensboro. While with the South Carolina Stingrays in 2001-02 who Adduono guided to the Southern Conference Wildcard, Hodson recorded his career-high 20 wins, while playing 1,996 minutes, and maintaining an average of 3.01 GAA.

The 6-2, 205 lb. net minder rejoined Adduono in Greensboro last season, where he split time between the Generals and the AHL's St. John's Maple Leafs. While with Greensboro, Jamie was 9-4-1 with a 2.43 GAA, backing up Daniel Berthiaume. Appearing in 22 games for St. John's, where he 8-7-2 with a 3.38 GAA, Hodson also dressed as the emergency goaltender for the Toronto Maple Leafs in three games.

"Jamie provided us with excellent goaltending last season, that allowed him to be called up to not only the St. John's franchise, but also the Toronto Maple Leafs. We are looking forward to the same kind of dominance and continual growth as a player that he provided last season, and expect this to begin Thursday night," Adduono said of his newest acquisition.

In order to make room on the roster, Greensboro released backup goaltender Martin Kresac. The Czech Republic native appeared in just one game for the Generals, where he allowed two goals, falling to (0-1-0) on the season.


  • Mark Turner is tied for 14tI~ in scoring with 25 points. Division leader, Florida, has three players ranked in the top six. The Everblades Brian McCullough is pacing the ECHL with 35 points after appearing in 22 games.
  • Daniel Berthiaume continues to play the role as Generals "ironman" by leading the ECHL with wins (14), minutes played (1232), and trailing Pensacola's Brian Ekiund by only four saves for the ECHL lead. "Bert" has registered 598 saves.
  • Rookie Tom Reimann who netted the game-winning goal against the Dayton Bombers, is currently ninth in the ECHL among rookies with 16 points (seven goals, nine assists). Reimann has also netted five power-play goals, ranking him second in the ECHL for rookies.
  • Defensemen Geno Parrish and Kurt Drummond have been the constant stoppers for the Greensboro Generals all season. Geno is tied for second in the ECHL at his position, with 20 assists. Parrish (21 points) and Drummond (20 pts.) have them ranked fourth and fifth respectively, while Tom Reimann also ranks tied for ninth among defensemen.