Ramage, was promoted to Player Development Coach on July 30, 2014 after spending the previous two seasons, from 2012 to 2014) as amateur scout with the St. Louis Blues organization. Now 57, Rob also worked as an assistant coach with the OHL's London Knights during the 2011-12 season and took over as head coach when Dale Hunter left the team to coach the Washington Capitals.
Drafted first overall by the Colorado Rockies at the NHL Entry Draft in 1979, Rob Ramage played a total of 1,044 regular season games in the NHL between 1979 and 1994 suiting up with the Rockies, Blues, Calgary Flames, Toronto Maple Leafs, Minnesota North Stars, Tampa Bay Lightning, Montreal Canadiens and Philadelphia Flyers. He recorded 564 points (139 goals, 425 assists), and was assessed 2,224 penalty minutes.
The former all-star defenseman twice won the Stanley Cup, each time with a Canada-based team: the Calgary Flames in 1989 and the Montreal Canadiens in 1993. Ramage played 21 games with the Canadiens over two seasons, including seven playoff contests in 1993. He skated in four NHL All-Star Games (1981, 1983, 1986, 1988).
A native of Byron, Ontario, Ramage played his junior hockey with the OHL's London Knights from 1975 to 1978. Rob Ramage and his wife, Dawn, have three children, including son John who was drafted 103rd overall by the Calgary Flames in 2010.