“I still wanted to be playing and I was still pretty good, at least for that league. Plus, I was putting the team together, finding players with a team budget. I was running practices. You have a whistle and you jump in for the drills. It was all part of learning.”
Drew Bannister’s path to the Blues: Family sacrifice, LiveBarn bonding and the coach behind the coach
Katie Bannister had a dream in high school.
Starting Thursday, Drew Bannister will take over behind the St. Louis Blues bench.
Won Stanley Cup in 2019 with St. Louis, which has lost 4 in row.
A game day in the life of an NHL coach: 19 hours, 5 coffees and a 6-5 barnburner with Blues’ Craig Berube
A whiff of breakfast food — eggs and sausage — emanates from a private room near the lobby of the Omni Hotel, where the St. Louis Blues are staying ahead of a road game against the Arizona Coyotes just before Thanksgiving.
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.
Mike Weber joins club as assistant coach, Michael Babcock joins as skills coach.
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.