This season, St. Louis Blues players are passing around a vintage Keith Tkachuk Jofa-brand helmet as a symbolic award for the player of the game.
Craig Berube may not have a better friend in hockey than Vancouver Canucks coach Rick Tocchet.
More than four years after the Blues put the “interim” tag on Craig Berube, the 57-year-old is still behind the team’s bench.
It’s hard for Craig Berube to believe that not even a calendar year after competing with Stanley Cup champion Colorado in last year’s playoffs, the Blues are in this spot.
St. Louis Blues coach Craig Berube was one of many who enjoyed the team’s recently completed Hall of Fame weekend.
When the St. Louis Blues and Carolina Hurricanes squared off Thursday night at Enterprise Center, the coaching matchup featured a pair of ex-teammates.
With a 3-1 win against the San Jose Sharks on Thursday night, St. Louis Blues Head Coach Craig Berube moved into sole possession of third in coaching wins with the franchise.
Craig Berube, the only Stanley Cup-winning coach in St. Louis Blues history, is sticking around to lead a team he thinks can “do some damage.”
Craig Berube becomes the seventh coach to record 200 wins and play more than 1,000 NHL games
There’s one particular phrase that St. Louis Blues fans have heard over and over in the past decade or so. At this point, many of us are sick of hearing about “buy in”.
The Blues had lost three straight games to Arizona, and a few areas were starting to catch up with them.
Each year, two things signal Blues training camp will be starting soon: The last of the players are signed, and the roster/practice schedule are announced.