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Joel Quenneville

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  • Something has to change, starting with the top line

    Something has to change, starting with the top line
    The Bruins are pounding the Blackhawks physically. They are killing the Hawks at the faceoff circle. They are beating them on the scoreboard. Hat trick. In fact, that’s the dead-bang hat trick that guarantees losing a Stanley Cup Final....
  • Getting a line on Quenneville's head games

    Getting a line on Quenneville's head games
    Your move, Claude Julien. That’s what Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville seemed to be saying as he acted with creative, pre-emptive Scotty Bowman-like deviousness Tuesday. The Stanley Cup Final hadn’t started, but the gamesmanship seemed...
  • Kings vs. Blackhawks: Game 4 live updates

    Kings vs. Blackhawks: Game 4 live updates
    Third period (Blackhawks 3, Kings 2) Empty net again. Kings left wing Dustin Penner backhands a pass to forward Jeff Carter, but there's no shot. Chicago celebrates at net with goaltender Corey Crawford as time runs out. The best-of-seven...
  • Kings and Blackhawks look beyond numbers for Game 5

    Kings and Blackhawks look beyond numbers for Game 5
    CHICAGO -- Heading into Game 5 of the Western Conference finals on Saturday night, Kings Coach Darryl Sutter thinks too much has been made of what happened at the end of Game 4. His team managed only two shots in the third period, losing to the...
  • Hawks are … almost … there …

    Hawks are … almost … there …
    Duncan Keith entered the press conference area and set down a plastic bag holding four enormous bottles of juice. After what the Blackhawks defenseman and his teammates had just endured Saturday, you can't blame him for being thirsty. It can't be easy...
  • Hawks plan on the road? Make themselves at home

    Hawks plan on the road? Make themselves at home
    Among the many ways the Blackhawks pantsed the Kings in the first two games of the Western Conference finals, this might be the most amazing stat that blew up supposedly impenetrable goalie Jonathan Quick: Three times the Hawks scored two goals in a...
  • Let the Hawks hear you

    Let the Hawks hear you
    As a sportswriter I have to differentiate fan from journalist almost on a daily basis. But after watching the last three Blackhawks games, the fan has come out of me by force of nature. Anyone who knows me understnds I am mostly just an observer of...
  • Hawks aren't desperate enough

    Hawks aren't desperate enough
    Technically, Thursday's Game 4 at Detroit was not a "must-win" for the Blackhawks. Even if they lost, they'd still have a chance to win the series. However, being 3-1 would make them very uncomfortable, and thus they needed to play with a high degree of...
  • Meet Patrick Kane's mullet barber

    Meet Patrick Kane's mullet barber
    Walk past a row of four shoe-shining chairs raised on a wooden stage. Take a right. Front and center, a fireplace flickers. A leather ottoman sits next to it, shelving everything from Playboy, Fortune and Sports Illustrated magazines. Within an arm&...
  • Blackhawks rally to top Flames in shootout

    Blackhawks rally to top Flames in shootout
    CALGARY, Alberta -- Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville nailed it with his description of Ray Emery's effort in goal against the Flames on Saturday night. "That was criminal," Quenneville said shortly after watching Emery make 45 saves in regulation and...
  • Lockout ends, so Kane trade talk can begin

    Lockout ends, so Kane trade talk can begin
    Now, where was I before Gary Bettman unanimously captured the “Moron of the Millenium’’ championship? Oh yeah, Patrick Kane, second-line center. And Patrick Kane, trade bait. Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman contends that...