ST. LOUIS - With Wednesday's 2-1 win against the Edmonton Oilers, Blues Head Coach Craig Berube has matched Ken Hitchcock for the most wins for a Blues coach (60) through the first 100 regular-season games behind the bench.
Berube matched Hitchcock's record in 99 games and can take sole possession of it with a win in his 100th game on Saturday in San Jose.
Berube took over the coaching duties on Nov. 19, 2018.
Since Jan. 1 through the end of the regular season last year, Berube led the Blues to a 30-10-5 record (65 points) and finished third in Jack Adams Award voting behind the New York Islanders' Barry Trotz and Tampa Bay's Jon Cooper. He led the Blues to their first Stanley Cup championship and became just the seventh head coach in NHL history to win a Stanley Cup after taking over the coaching duties midseason.
Since Berube's first game as Blues head coach, the Blues are 60-27-12 (132 points).