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Chicago Blackhawks 2010 Black Aces Roster and Coaches

By Biraj Khanal / 8 November 2023 02:07 AM

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Chicago Blackhawks 2010 Black Aces Roster consists of 31 players including Goalies Corey Crawford and Antti Niemi. Jonathan Toews was the team's captain.

The 2009-10 was the 84th NHL season for the Blackhawks which began with a pair of games against the Florida Panthers on 2nd October 2009.

That season, the Blackhawks went on to win the Stanley Cup finals defeating the Philadelphia Flyers by 4-3 score which was their first title since 1961.

The Black Ace's roster of 2009-10 was considered one of the top 20 greatest teams in NHL history. Pattrick Kane was the top goal scorer and most assists provider for the team with 30 and 58.

The team went on a record of 52-22-8 that season with a home record of 29-8-4 and an away record of 23-14-4 with a goal differential of 271-209.

Joel Quenneville was the head coach with the team playing their home games at the United Center.

Here is the full roster of Chicago Blackhawks from the 2009-10 season mentioned below:

Chicago Blackhawks 2009-10 Full Roster

Players Name ( Roster)Playing Positions
#31 Antti NiemiGoalie
#39 Cristobal HuetGoalie
#50 Corey CrawfordGoalie
#5 Brent SopelDefenseman
#7 Brent SeabrookDefenseman
#2 Duncan KeithDefenseman
#8 Kim JohnssonDefenseman
#4 Niklas HjalmarssonDefenseman
#6 Jordan HendryDefenseman
#51 Brian CampbellDefenseman
#33 Dustin ByfuglienDefenseman
#24 Nick BoyntonDefenseman
#25 Cam BarkerDefenseman
#32 Kris VersteegRight Wing
#20 Jack SkilleRight Wing
#82 Tomas KopeckyRight Wing
#22 Troy BrouwerRight Wing
#88 Patrick KaneRight Wing
#81 Marian HossaRight Wing
#19 Jonathan Toews ( Captain)Center
#10 Patrick SharpCenter
#11 John MaddenCenter
#46 Colin FraserCenter
#15 Andrew EbbettCenter
#28 Jake DowellCenter
#37 Adam BurishCenter
#36 Dave BollandCenter
#52 Radek SmolenakLeft Wing
#16 Andrew LaddLeft Wing
#55 Ben EagerLeft Wing
#29 Bryan BickellLeft Wing

Chicago Blackhawks 2010 Head Coach

Joel Quenneville also known as Joel Norman Quenneville was the head coach of the Chicago Blackhawks 2010 Black Aces.

Here is the Chicago Blackhawks 2010 Coaching Staff unit which was led by Quenneville:

Joel QuennevilleHead Coach
Mike HavilandAssistant Coach
John TorchettiAssistant Coach
Stan BowmanGeneral Manager

Quenneville is a former NHL player and a Canadian-American ice hockey coach nicknamed "Coach Q." He joined the Blackhawks in 2008 and served till 2018.

He enjoyed the best seasons with the team as he led the team to 3 Stanley Cup trophies between 2010 and 2015. His first title with the team came in 2010 since 1961 breaking down the longest trophy drought of the franchise. 

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Before joining the Black Aces, he served as the head coach for St. Louis Blues replacing Mike Keenan. 

He led the team to 7 consecutive playoff appearances and also the franchise record of 51 wins. Joel also won the team's first President's Trophy. He was fired by the team in 2004. 

In his tenure with the Blackhawks, he received his 500th win as a coach against the Columbus Blue Jackets. He earned his first Stanley Cup with the 2009-10 team.

Joel won his second Stanley Cup title as a head coach in 2013 when they defeated the Boston Bruins in the finals. On 19 March 2014, he became the third coach in NHL history to record 700 career wins. 

His third title came in 2015 when his team defeated Tampa Bay Lightning in a 2-0 shutout which was the first home ice win since 1938.

On March 10, Quenneville coached his 1608th regular season game surpassing Arbour for second most on NHL all-time games coached record list.

He was later fired by the team following a 6-6-3 start to the 2018-19 season concluding with a 452-249-96 regular season record and 76-52 postseason record.

Assistant Coaches

Mike Haviland and John Torchetti were the assistant coaches for the Chicago Blackhawks for the 2009-10 season.

Mike Haviland

Mike Haviland is the former Blackhawks assistant coach for the 2009-10 season and the former head coach of Colorado College and Hershey Bears.

He served as the head coach for the Tigers from 2014 to 2021. He served as an assistant to Quenneville from 2008 to 2012 with the Blackhawks winning his first Stanley Cup with the team.

Haviland was named the American Hockey League's coach of the Year winning the Louis A.R. Pieri Memorial Award for the 2006-07 AHL season for Norfolk Admirals.

Mike got promoted to head coach after joining the Hershey Bears in 2013 followed by joining Colorado College as head coach in 2014.

His career record as a head coach stands at 67-153-22 till 2021. He was joined by Torchetti during the 2009-10 season for the Blackhawks.

John Torchetti

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Torchetti is a former American ice hockey player who served as an assistant coach alongside Mike in the 2009-10 season for the Blackhawks. 

He is currently serving as the assistant coach for another NHL team Philadelphia Flyers. In 1999-2000, he was hired as an assisting coach for the Tampa Bay Lightning under Steve Ludzik.

John joined the Chicago Blackhawks in 2007 and served till the title-winning season of 2010. He won his first Stanley Cup in 2010.

After leaving the Chicago team, he joined Houston Aeros of AHL as a head coach till 2013. Other teams that he joined as head coach after 2010 include the Kontinental League's CSKA Moscow and Iowa Wild. and Moncton Wildcats.

Later on 25th January 2022, he joined the Flyers coaching staff as an assistant coach and has been serving there till date.

Before he started his coaching career, he had played for four teams including Binghamton Whalers, Carolina Thunderbirds, Virginia Lancers, and Winston-Salem Thunderbirds.

Blackhawks Playoff Roster 2009-10

2010 Chicago Blackhawks playoff roster included 15 forwards, eight defensemen, and three goaltenders. The team was led by Jonathan Toews. 

A total of 26 players were included in the playoff roster for the team in the 2009-10 season led by Captain Jonathan Toews who played as the center for the team. Out of 26, 22 players played their first Stanley Cup finals in 2010.

Among the players, Marian Hossa and Tomas Kopecky were among the new key additions to the team's depth as they had both led their previous teams to the Stanley Cup Finals before joining the Blackhawks.

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Here is the entire 2010 Blackhawks playoff roster of players who won the Stanley Cup finals in 2010:

  • #19 Jonathan Toews(Captain)
  • #11 John Madden
  • #36 Dave Bolland
  • #46 Colin Fraser
  • #81 Marian Hossa
  • #29 Bryan Bickell
  • #10 Patrick Sharp
  • #88 Patrick Kane
  • #82 Tomas Kopecky
  • #16 Andrew Ladd
  • #28 Ben Eager
  • #22 Troy Brouwer
  • #33 Dustin Byfuglien
  • #25 Viktor Stalberg
  • #32 Kris Versteeg
  • #2 Duncan Keith
  • #4 Niklas Hjalmarsson
  • #5 Brent Sopel
  • #6 Jordan Hendry
  • #7 Brent Seabrook
  • #8 Nick Boynton
  • #24 Nick Leddy
  • #51 Brian Campbell
  • #31 Antti Niemi
  • #39 Cristobal Huet
  • #50 Corey Crawford

Head Coach: Joel Quenneville


There were a total of five center players on the playoff roster during the Stanley Cup including the team's captain Toews. 

Here is the list of five center players from the 2010 playoff roster for the Blackhawks:

  • #10 Patrick Sharp
  • #11 John Madden
  • #19 Jonathan Toews (Captain)
  • #36 Dave Bolland
  • #46 Colin Fraser

Wingers ( Right and Left )

A total of 9 wingers were present in the roster with 4 in the left wing and 5 from the right wing.

Players like Kris Versteeg, Andrew Ladd, and Ben Eager played from the left-wing position whereas Tomas Kopecky, Patrick Kane, and Marian Hossa represented the right wing for the team.

Here is the list of 9 wingers from the Stanley Cup-winning roster of 2010:

Right Wing

  • #22 Troy Brouwer
  • #37 Adam Burish
  • #81 Marian Hossa
  • #82 Tomas Kopecky
  • #88 Patrick Kane

Left Wing

  • #32 Kris Versteeg
  • #33 Dustin Byfuglien
  • #55 Ben Eager
  • #16 Andrew Ladd 


7 defensemen were there in the 2010 playoff roster for the Black Aces which included Brian Campbell, Nic Boynton, and Brent Sopel.

Here is the list of defensemen from the roster:

  • #51 Brian Campbell
  • #24 Nick Boynton
  • #4 Niklas Hjalmarsson
  • #5 Brent Sopel
  • #6 Jordan Hendry
  • #7 Brent Seabrook
  • #2 Duncan Keith


  • #31 Antti Niemi
  • #39 Cristobal Huet

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