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 Quenneville||Head Coach|
|Mike Haviland||Assistant Coach|
|John Torchetti||Assistant Coach|
|Stan Bowman||General 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.
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.