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Berube achieves new milestone

Craig Berube becomes the seventh coach to record 200 wins and play more than 1,000 NHL games

by Chris Pinkert / Notes by Dan O'Neill

With Wednesday's 4-2 win against the Edmonton Oilers, St. Louis Blues Head Coach Craig Berube became just the seventh coach in League history to win 200 games behind the bench AND play in at least 1,000 NHL games.

Berube, who recorded his 200th win Wednesday and played 1,054 games over a 17-year playing career from 1987-2003, joins Randy Carlyle (475 wins, 1,055 games), Bob Pulford (360 wins, 1,079 games), Craig MacTavish (301 wins, 1,093 games), Red Kelly (278 wins, 1,316 games), Brent Sutter (215 wins, 1,111 games) and Larry Robinson (209 wins, 1,384 games).

Berube became the first coach to lead the Blues to a Stanley Cup championship in 2019 and has helped the Blues to a 125-67-30 record in 222 regular-season games behind the bench.

Video: Berube gets the game puck

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