Craig Berube is a Canadian professional ice hockey coach and former player. He is the head coach for the St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League. Nicknamed "Chief", Berube played 17 seasons in the NHL for the Philadelphia Flyers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Calgary Flames, Washington Capitals and New York Islanders. Also, Berube was a national team scout hired by Doug Armstrong for team Canada's 2016 World Cup of hockey team. As an interim coach in 2019, Berube led the Blues to become the Stanley Cup champions.
|Born:||December 17, 1965, Calahoo, Alberta, Canada|
|Occupation:||Ice hockey coach, player|
About Craig Berube
Former left winger who played for 17 seasons in the NHL debut for such teams as the Philadelphia Flyers and Toronto Maple Leafs. After retirement, he became a coach. He led the St. Louis Blues to a Stanley Cup Championship in 2019.
Craig Berube Before Fame
He played for the Kamloops Jr. Oilers in the Western Hockey League.
Achievement of Craig Berube
He coached the Flyers from 2013 to 2015.
Craig Berube Family Life
His son Mike Berube is a professional hockey player.
Associations of Craig Berube
All-Star center Eric Lindros was his teammate on the Flyers.
Information related to Craig Berube
- National Hockey League assistant coaches
- Philadelphia Flyers coaches
- St. Louis Blues coaches
- New Westminster Bruins players
- Kamloops Blazers players
- Medicine Hat Tigers players
- First Nations sportspeople
- Cree people
- Philadelphia Phantoms players
- Calgary Flames players
- Washington Capitals players
- New York Islanders players
- Philadelphia Flyers players