Craig Berube - Born December 17, 1965 in Calahoo, Alberta is a Canadian Indigenous (Cree) retired ice Hockey left winger and current St. Louis Blues coach.
- Prince of Wales Trophy Champion 1987 with Philadelphia Flyers and 1998 with Washington Capitals
- Clarence S. Campbell Bowl Champion 2019 with St. Louis Blues.
- Stanley Cup Champion 2019 with St. Louis Blues.
Berube made his NHL debut with the Philadelphia Flyers on March 22, 1987 vs Pittsburgh Penguins at The Spectrum in a 3-1 Flyers win. Berube had 26 penalty minutes, which included 2 fighting majors and a lot of new Flyers fans.
Berube scored his 1st NHL goal vs Tom Barrasso of the Buffalo Sabres on November 25, 1987 at 8:49 of the 3rd period at The Spectrum in a 5-2 Flyers win. His goal was the game winner.
Berube played 1,054 regular season NHL games, scoring 61 goals (8 GWG), 98 assists with 3,149 PIM and 89 NHL playoff games, scoring 3 goals (2 GWG), 1 assist with 211 PIM.
Berube is the 1st Indigenous coach to win the Stanley Cup and the Clarence S. Campbell Bowl.