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JOEL QUENNEVILLE RUMORS

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Joel Quenneville seemingly had a tough decision to make. Does he go with the backup goaltender who sparked a rally in Game 1? Or should he stick with the guy who has carried the load most of the season? To the Chicago Blackhawks coach, though, it was "pretty much a no-brainer." Corey Crawford - not Scott Darling - will be in net for Friday night's Game 2 against the host Nashville...
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Blackhawks G Crawford to start Game 2 despite rough outing

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Chicago coach Joel Quenneville is going back to veteran goaltender Corey Crawford for Game 2 against the Nashville Predators, and he says it was an easy decision. Quenneville announced Thursday that Crawford will start Friday night after being yanked Wednesday night after the first period. Crawford gave up three goals on 12 shots. Scott Darling stopped all 42...
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Crawford back in net for Blackhawks in Game 2 vs. Nashville

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Chicago coach Joel Quenneville is going back to veteran goaltender Corey Crawford for Game 2 against the Nashville Predators, and he says it was an easy decision. Quenneville announced Thursday that Crawford will start Friday night after being yanked Wednesday night after the first period. Crawford gave up three goals on 12 shots. Scott Darling stopped all...
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Patrick Kane cleared to play in Game 1

Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports Chicago Blackhawks right wing Patrick Kane has been cleared to play in Game 1 of the Western Conference First Round against the Nashville Predators. Kane, who sustained a fractured left collarbone Feb. 24, was a full participant in practice Monday. “Patrick has been working extremely diligently with his rehabilitation and has recently returned...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Blackhawks beat Hurricanes to give Joel Quenneville his 750th win

  Joel Quenneville didn't want to talk much about his 750th NHL coaching victory. Instead, his focus was on the important two points the Chicago Blackhawks earned in a 3-1 win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Monday night. The Blackhawks turned things around after losing 4-0 at Dallas in their previous game. Andrew Shaw scored twice and Corey Crawford made 43 saves for Chicago, which...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Johnny Oduya To Return Thursday

According to coach Joel Quenneville on Tuesday, the Blackhawks anticipate defenseman Johnny Oduya returning to the lineup when they face the Coyotes in Arizona on Thursday night. Oduya left the lineup after one shift against Boston on February 22 and … Continue reading → The post Johnny Oduya To Return Thursday appeared first on Committed Indians.
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March 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Joel Quenneville’s Crotch Grab Now Immortalized In T-Shirt Form

It took exactly one week for Joel Quenneville’s infamous $25,000 crotch grab to make its way onto a t-shirt, one which presumably be very popular among Blackhawks fans. Reddit user dasbearjew posted a photo of the awesome custom shirt: My only complaint is that the mustache isn’t nearly as prominent as it deserves to be. I’m still working on getting these Photoshopped GIFs...
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April 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Crotchgrabgate 2014 update: Joel Quenneville apologizes for obscene gesture

After having some time to contemplate his actions and a night to sleep on it — and possibly ice his crotch — Chicago Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville apologized for grabbing his junk while gesticulating wildly while hollering at the referees over what he perceived to be a missed call during the team’s 4-3 triple […] The post Crotchgrabgate 2014 update: Joel Quenneville...
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April 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Joel Quenneville emphatically protests non-call by grabbing handful of crotch (GIF)

The Chicago Blackhawks were involved in an emotional, tense and bitter overtime battle with the St. Louis Blues when a perceived non-call by the refs prompted head coach Joel Quenneville to briefly went rigging berserk on the bench. Quenneville clearly believed that the Blues, already down one man due to a delay of game penalty, […] The post Joel Quenneville emphatically protests...
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April 18, 2014  |  Discuss

PHOTO: Joel Quenneville protests refs with crotch grab

Thursday night’s Blackhawks-Blues quarterfinal matchup ended up being a double-overtime barn-burner and, as to be expected, tensions were running high as the series-opener headed to extra frames. Joel Quenneville adamantly disagreed with a delay of game non-call in the second OT and let his displeasure be known with an aggressive “deez nuts!” crotch grab in the direction of...
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April 18, 2014  |  Discuss
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