Craig Berube brings Stanley cup home to Calahoo Alberta

St. Louis Blues coach Craig Berube brought the Stanley Cup to his hometown of Calahoo Alberta. (Submitted Photo)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer St. Louis Blues coach Craig Berube is living out a dream come true after bringing the Stanley Cup back home to Calahoo Alberta. After three weeks of leading his team to a Stanley Cup clinching 4-1 Game 7 win against the Boston Bruins, a smiling Berube received a thunderous ovation as he hoisted the cup while walking into the Calahoo arena. Berube, who is affectionately known as “Chief”, entered the arena where he received not only a hero’s welcome but the arena loudspeaker blasted out the Blues’ victory song “Gloria”. “When you’re playing as a player and when you’re coaching, you’re always thinking about if you win what would you do with your day with the cup,” Berube said. “I’ve always dreamt of bringing it…

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