Maple Leafs set to interview Craig Berube potentially this weekend

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The Toronto Maple Leafs are using their time effectively interviewing potential candidates for their head coach position.

According to Elliotte Friedman, the Toronto Maple Leafs could reportedly speak with Craig Berube this weekend.

Elliotte Friedman, in an exciting development, revealed on the Jeff Marek show this afternoon that the Maple Leafs are likely to interview Craig Berube soon, possibly even this weekend. He also hinted at Todd McLellan as a potential candidate, but the focus seems to be on Berube.

David Pagnotta of The Fourth Period reported this week that the Maple Leafs have been interested in hiring Berube as their next head coach.

Berube, 58, was a guest on The Leafs Nation in January with former Leaf Jay Rosehill and Nick Alberga. Berube was asked a question about the Leafs, and his response was, “It would be an honour to coach there for the Toronto Maple Leafs if that ever happened. It’s (one of) if not the best hockey market in the world. A great organization that does everything they can to try to win”.

Craig Berube coached the St. Louis Blues from 2018 to 2023, and the team won the Stanley Cup in 2019.

Toronto is one of six teams currently needing a head coach. New Jersey Devils, LA Kings, Seattle Kraken, Winnipeg Jets, and San Jose Sharks are in the market looking for a new head coach.

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