Berry was Detroit's third-round pick, 40th overall, in the 1976 NHL amateur draft. He played the only three games of his NHL career in 1976-77 but failed to record a point. Berry spent the rest of his pro career with various clubs in the IHL including close to eight years in Milwaukee, where he remained with his family after retiring from playing in 1987.
Berry and his brother Bill were the founders of Hockey Haven, a hockey training camp for kids in Milwaukee. They remain at the forefront of day-to-day operations of the camps along with several other former NHL players. For many years Berry was also associated with collegiate hockey in Wisconsin, coaching the Marquette University Warriors from 1987 to 1991.
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