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  St. Louis Blues Coaching Staff [ Back to Coaches Index ]
 
Ken Hitchcock
Head Coach


Ken Hitchcock returned to the NHL coaching ranks when the St. Louis Blues hired him to be their new head coach on November 6, 2011 after firing Davis Payne. At that time, Hitchcock was 12th in the NHL in coaching wins with 533. Hitchcock was still under contract with the Columbus Blue Jackets, who had to give permission to the Blues to hire him. He was in charge with the Blue Jackets for parts of four seasons until he was fired Feb. 3, 2010. He had a career record of 534-350-88-70 with the Blue Jackets, Philadelphia Flyers and Dallas Stars. ...more
 
Ray Bennett
A
ssistant Coach


Ray Bennett joined the St. Louis Blues coaching staff as an assistant on December 13, 2006. He served seven seasons as an assistant coach with the Los Angeles Kings from 1999-2006. While with the Kings, Bennett was involved in all areas of tactical and technical play while specializing in video analysis, computer assistance and statistical support. ...more
 
Kirk Muller
Assistant Coach


The St. Louis Blues hired Kirk Muller as assistant coach on Tuesday May 13, 2014. Muller, who was fired last week as coach of the Carolina Hurricanes joins veteran Blues coach Ken Hitchcock behind the bench. "We are excited to add Kirk to our staff," general manager Doug Armstrong said. ...more
 
Jim Corsi
Goaltending Coach


Jim Corsi was hired as goaltending coach for the St. Louis Blues on May 27, 2014 following 16 seasons with the Buffalo Sabres in the same role. During his time with the Sabres, Corsi produced multiple Vezina Trophy winners, including Ryan Miller (2009-10) and Dominik Hasek (1998-99, 2001).  Overall, Corsi brings with him over 20 years of hockey experience, including time as a player, coach, manager and analyst. ...more
 
Quote of the Day

I remember the first time at Wrigley Field all of us had the long johns, the turtlenecks and the extra equipment because we were afraid of being cold. Halfway through the first period everybody's ripping everything off and we just ended up wearing what we would normally wear for a game at the United Center.

— Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Sharp on the 2009 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic