Craig Berube St. Louis Blues three-year extension

The St. Louis Blues have signed head coach Craig Berube to a three-year extension, the team announced Wednesday. The contract will keep Berube with the Blues throughout the 2024-25 season.

“I’ve enjoyed working with (general manager) Doug Armstrong and (president) Tom Stillman, working with the coaching staff and the coaching staff and all the players that we have here,” Berube said. “Why would I want to go anywhere else? I love this place. »

Bérubé is in his fourth season with the Blues, having been hired in 2018 posting a 133-72-30 regular season record. He ranks seventh in Les Bleus history for games steered and fourth for wins.

He led the franchise to its first Stanley Cup championship in 2018-19.

“I came here four years ago and we’ve had a lot of success here,” Berube said. “We have a chance to win again. I think Doug is doing everything he can to put a winning team on the ice, and as a coach I think that’s a big thing.

“I really love St. Louis, I love the fan base and it’s a great organization. »

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