In all the years they've been competing in the NHL, the St. Louis Blues have certainly gone through some great (and not so great) coaches. That being said, who is the best St. Louis Blues head coach of all time? This list ranks every St. Louis Blues coach from best to worst with the help of our users. Hockey fans like you have already voted on this list, but we want you to contribute as well. Upvote your top St. Louis Blues coaches, keeping stats like regular season record and playoff appearances in mind.Red Berenson was the first coach in Blues history to win a Jack Adams award, an award given annually to the NHL coach "adjudged to have contributed the most to his team's success." Berenson' Blues never finished worse than third in their division. Brian Sutter was the second coach in Blues History to win a Jack Adams award. In Sutter's time coach as coach the Blues never missed the playoffs.
If the St. Louis Blues assembled a team with players from every decade, who would coach it? Vote for the most winningest St. Louis Blues coach, or simply just the coach that you personally liked the most.
Jim RobertsAge: 64
Garry YoungAge: 81
Barclay PlagerDec. at 47 (1941-1988)
Davis PayneAge: 50
Mike KitchenAge: 64