Mike Yeo joined the Blues as an associate coach on June 13, 2016 and was named head coach on Feb. 1, 2017. He recently spent five seasons as head coach with the Minnesota Wild, recording a 173-132-44 record along with three postseason appearances. Yeo won a Stanley Cup as an assistant with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2009.
Craig is a long-time NHL player of over 1,000 games between 1986-2004. Since the end of his playing career he served as an AHL assistant coach, AHL head coach, NHL assistant coach and NHL head coach, all in the Philadelphia Flyers organization, except for last season, when he served as the head coach of the Chicago Wolves.
Darryl Sydor joins the Blues after spending the 2015-16 season with the Chicago Wolves. Prior to his season in Chicago, Sydor served on Mike Yeo's coaching staff for five seasons in Minnesota. He helped guide the Wild to four consecutive postseason berths from 2013 to 2016, including back-to-back trips to the second round in 2014 and 2015.
Steve Ott played for the Blues from the 2013-14 season through the 2015-16 season, signing on as an assistant coach after playing the 2016-17 with the Red Wings and Canadiens. Ott played in 848 NHL games from 2002-17, amassing 288 points and 1,555 penalty minutes.
Daniel was the 6th overall selection in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft out of Barrie. After the conclusion of his playing career, Daniel coached for 4 years in the OHL; three years with Owen Sound and one year with Kitchener. Last season, Daniel Served as an Assistant Coach with the Chicago Wolves.
St. Louis native Sean Ferrell brings over 15 years of coaching and player development experience, including working with players at both the amateur and professional levels.
A Moncton, NB native, David comes to the Blues from the Syracuse Crunch, where he served as goaltending coach for 4 seasons. While in Syracuse, David worked with standout goaltenders Andrei Vasilevsky, Kristers Gudlevskis and Mike McKenna.
Giveaways at select games, a Jerseys Off Their Back event, school visits and field trips, a Blues watch party at the St. Louis Science Center OMNIMAX and much more makes up Fan Appreciation Week, which begins April 2.