Craig Berube has more wins in his first 100 games behind the Blues bench than any coach in franchise history.
And that's saying something when you consider the club has employed five of the winningest coaches in hockey: Scotty Bowman (1,244 wins), Joel Quenneville (907 wins), Ken Hitchcock (849), Al Arbour (782) and Mike Keenan (672).
Hitchcock previously held the Blues' record for most wins (60) in his first 100 games with the Blues. Berube matched that mark with Wednesday's 2-1 win against Edmonton and surpassed it with Saturday's 5-2 win in San Jose - his 61st victory in his 100th game.
Last season, Berube led the Blues to a 30-10-5 record (65 points) after Jan. 1 and finished third in the Jack Awards Award voting. He became the first coach to guide the Blues to a Stanley Cup title on June 12 when his club earned a 4-1 win against the Boston Bruins in Game 7 at TD Garden.
Since taking over for the Blues on Nov. 19, 2018, Berube has a 61-27-12 record (134 points).