Joel Norman Quenneville is a Canadian–American professional ice hockey coach and former player. He is the current head coach of the Florida Panthers of the National Hockey League. He won three Stanley Cup titles as head coach of the Chicago Blackhawks, and has also coached the St. Louis Blues and Colorado Avalanche. On January 15, 2016, he surpassed Al Arbour with his 783rd win as an NHL coach, making Quenneville second only to Scotty Bowman in total wins. He is often referred to by fans and players as "Coach Q" or simply as "Q".
|Born:||September 15, 1958, Windsor, Ontario, Canada|
|Nationality:||Canadian / American|
|Occupation:||Ice hockey coach, player|
About Joel Quenneville
Former NHL defender who became head coach of the Chicago Blackhawks in 2008. He led the Blackhawks to Stanley Cup Championships in 2010, 2013 and 2015.
Joel Quenneville Before Fame
Before coming to the Blackhawks he spent seven seasons with the St. Louis Blues, and three more with the Colorado Avalanche, missing the playoffs only one of those years.
Achievement of Joel Quenneville
He became part of an exclusive list of people to both play in 800 NHL games and coach another 1,000 NHL games.
Joel Quenneville Family Life
He had three children with his wife Elizabeth.
Associations of Joel Quenneville
Jonathan Toews took Conn Smythe honors as playoff MVP during the Blackhawks' 2010 Stanley Cup run.
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