Craig Button

Sportscaster

Craig Button was born in Rochester, New York, United States on January 3rd, 1963 and is the Sportscaster. At the age of 61, Craig Button biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 3, 1963
Nationality
United States
Place of Birth
Rochester, New York, United States
Age
61 years old
Zodiac Sign
Capricorn
Profession
Ice Hockey Player
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Craig Button Career

Career

Button began his NHL coaching career with the Minnesota North Stars in 1988. He was the Scout Director for the Dallas Stars 1992-98, as well as the Director of Player Personnel for the Dallas Stars 1998–2000. During this period, Button worked with hockey legends Bobby Clarke and Bob Gainey. The team played in two Stanley Cup Finals, winning in 1999 and receiving the Presidents Trophy on two occasions when with the Stars. Among the list of players who were drafted during his time include Derian Hatcher, Jere Lehtinen, Jamie Langenbrunner, Marty Turco, Jarome Iginla, and Brenden Morrow.

In 2000, Al Coates was recalled as the Calgary Flames' Vice President and General Manager.

Button's tenure as Flames general manager had mixed success. Although he was a driving force for the Flames' primary development team, the Saint John Flames of the American Hockey League, when they won the Calder Cup championship in 2001, he wasn't able to have the same effect on the Flames' roster.

Martin St. Louis, a future Hall of Famer who left the team and signed with the Tampa Bay Lightning as a free agent, was placed on waivers by Button.

In order to shield Fred Brathwaite in the 2000 NHL Expansion Draft, Button gave up promising young goaltender Jean-Sebastien Giguere to the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in exchange for a second round pick.

Marc Savard was traded by Button to the Atlanta Thrashers for Ruslan Zainullin, who had never played a single game in the NHL.

Before the 2002-2003 NHL season, Button was in charge of the position until he was not renewed and was replaced with Darryl Sutter, whom he had hired as Head Coach in December 2002. The Flames made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2003-2004, but they lost in seven games to the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Button made his Toronto Maple Leafs debut in 2004 as a scout after being fired from the Flames.

Button is currently TSN's Director of Scouting, relying on his intimate knowledge of the game and its players to provide analysis into the NHL's top prospects. He is also a key analyst on TSN's That's Hockey.

Button, an analyst on the NHL Network's NHL On the Fly prior to joining TSN, was an analyst.

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Craig Button Awards

Awards and achievements

  • 1999 Stanley Cup championship (Dallas)

Lauren Grainger jailed for beating and interrogating Brisbane Lutheran College teacher Anthony Stott

www.dailymail.co.uk, April 18, 2023
More than a year in prison will be spent by a woman who strangely kidnapped a private school teacher for a 'drunken, violent interrogation.' Lauren Grainger (left), 42, of Northern NSW, was sentenced to 15 months in prison without parole on Tuesday after a jury took less than two hours to convict her in September. She was found guilty of holding Brisbane St Peters Lutheran College teacher Anthony Stott (right and inset) against his will at her Cudgera Creek home just hours before he was struck and killed by a car on the M1 Pacific Highway on February 10, 2020.

In Queensland, a woman discovered the GUILTY of a befuddled schoolteacher

www.dailymail.co.uk, September 7, 2022
Lauren Grainger, 41, of Kin Kin Kin in Queensland, had pleaded not guilty to Anthony Stott's aggravated kidnapping on February 10, 2020. A semi-trailer at St Peters Lutheran College struck Mr Stott, a French tutor at St Peters Lutheran College, after being arrested tied to a chair and struck with a golf club in a shed on a farm in Cudgera Creek that belonged to Grainger and her partner Mark Frost. After being found guilty of Mr Stott's kidnapping, Grainger daubed her eyes with a handkerchief on Wednesday. She will now be released in December.

Lauren Grainger in court accused of kidnapping Anthony Stott at Tweed Valley farm

www.dailymail.co.uk, September 2, 2022
Anthony Stott, 43 (left), died in February 2020 after being struck by a vehicle on the M1. He had been reportedly kidnapped and tied to a chair (inset) before his death at a farm in Tweed Valley, northern NSW. Lauren Grainger (right) has been accused of kidnapping the 43-year-old at her partner Mark Frost's Tweed Valley produce farm. Ms Grainger appeared on a video on Friday after the suspected kidnapping, in which she says Mr Stott allegedly broke into her house with a knife.