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Joel Quenneville

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  • Blackhawks' Vertseeg on the ice for morning skate

    Forward Kris Versteeg was on the ice for the Blackhawks' morning skate on Saturday at the United Center. Versteeg has been sidelined with a lower body injury he sustained during a practice on October 7. coach Joel Quenneville said after the injury...
  • Rookie Trevor van Riemsdyk follows the leader

    Trevor van Riemsdyk was planted firmly right in front of Corey Crawford when the Flames' Dennis Wideman unleashed a one-timer from the point that hit the Blackhawks defenseman's stick and skipped past his own goaltender into the net. The unfortunate...
  • Deja vu, and not in a good way for Blackhawks

     Deja vu, and not in a good way for Blackhawks
    If the Blackhawks' tough-luck loss to the Flames on Wednesday night looked familiar, it's because it was eerily similar to a game between the teams a couple of seasons ago. On Feb. 2, 2013, the Hawks sneaked out of Calgary with a 3-2 victory in a...
  • Blackhawks looking to start season 3-0

    Blackhawks looking to start season 3-0
    The Blackhawks will be looking to extend their start to 3-0 Wednesday night against the Flames. The Flames, 2-2, won in a shootout 3-2 over the Predators in Nashville. Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville is looking for a more consistent effort from...
  • Marian Hossa still a force at both ends of ice

     Marian Hossa still a force at both ends of ice
    In communist countries during the mid-1980s, not much footage from North America made its way onto TV screens. Yet each day when his father watched the news in their family's small apartment in Trencin, which at the time was part of Czechoslovakia and...
  • Blackhawks eager to return to game action

    Blackhawks eager to return to game action
    Here's a novel concept: The Chicago Blackhawks will play a hockey game Wednesday night. When the Hawks take the ice against the Calgary Flames at the United Center, it will be just their third game during this young NHL season and first in four nights....
  • Does the NHL need fights anymore?

    Does the NHL need fights anymore?
    Like a lot of hockey fans, Daniel Carcillo owned tapes of hockey fights when he was a kid. "I'd fake headaches just to stay home to line up my rock 'em, sock 'em [videos] and just watch 'em," said Carcillo, who's again filling the Blackhawks' enforcer...
  • Crawford keeping Blackhawks in games until offense gets rolling

    Patrick Sharp, Duncan Keith, Patrick Kane and Brandon Saad share the Chicago Blackhawks lead in points with three after two games, and they'll be looking to add to those numbers Wednesday against the Calgary Flames at the United Center. Although...
  • Patrick Sharp living up to his 'Shooter' nickname

    Patrick Sharp hadn't been with the Blackhawks long before Duncan Keith hung the nickname "Shooter" on the forward. It was 2005 and Sharp had just joined the Hawks via a trade with the Flyers when he was given the moniker. He's been living up to it...
  • Carcillo healthy, happy to be back with Blackhawks

    Carcillo healthy, happy to be back with Blackhawks
    Daniel Carcillo considers his latest stint with the Blackhawks as a "last chance" to remain in the NHL, and the winger is determined not to screw it up. That means playing on the straight and narrow while also providing the Hawks with some needed...
  • Former Flyer Carcillo determined to make most of 'last chance' with Blackhawks

    Daniel Carcillo considers his latest stint with the Blackhawks as a "last chance" to remain in the NHL, and the winger is determined not to screw it up. That means playing on the straight and narrow while also providing the Hawks with an agitator of...