|Born:||September 15, 1958||Draft:||21st overall, 1978|
Toronto Maple Leafs
|Hometown:||Windsor, ON, Canada||Position:||Defense|
Joel Norman Quenneville (born September 15, 1958) is a Canadian–American professional ice hockey coach and former player. He won three Stanley Cup titles as head coach of the Chicago Blackhawks, and has also coached the St. Louis Blues, Colorado Avalanche and Florida Panthers. 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”.
Years as a NHL player: 1978-1991
Years as a NHL coach: 1996-2021
Joel Quenneville Statistics
- Florida Panthers Hire Joel Quenneville
- Joel Quenneville: Greatest Head Coach in NHL History?
- Joel Quenneville’s Legacy With the Chicago Blackhawks
- St. John’s Maple Leafs (Asst. Coach) 1992-93
- Springfield Indians (Head Coach) 1993-94
- Québec Nordiques (Asst. Coach) 1994-95
- Colorado Avalanche (Asst. Coach) 1995-97
- St. Louis Blues (Head Coach) 1996-2004
- Colorado Avalanche (Head Coach) 2005-08
- Chicago Blackhawks (Head Coach) 2008-2019
- Canada – World Cup of Hockey (Asst. Coach) 2016-2017
- Florida Panthers (Head Coach) 2019-2021
- Won the Jack Adams Award as head coach of the St. Louis Blues (1999-00)
- 3 time Stanley Cup Winner with the Chicago Blackhawks (2009-10, 2012-13, 2014-15)
Born and raised in Michigan, Kyle Knopp started playing hockey when he was 3 years old. Knopp has played, coached, or worked at every level of ice hockey — including three seasons in the Ontario Hockey League and two seasons with the Detroit Red Wings where he was part of the Stanley Cup Championship team in 2008. He covers the Washington Capitals and Detroit Red Wings for The Hockey Writers and is the editor of THW’s Morning Skate newsletter. You can follow him on Twitter @THW_Knopp.