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Joel Quenneville

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  • Quenneville's line changes -- it was Two-Fer Thursday

    Quenneville's line changes -- it was Two-Fer Thursday
    Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville changed lines. Of course, Quenneville changed lines. That’s what he does when things get dire, and sometimes even when they don’t. But in the second period of Game 4 of the Western Conference finals in Los...
  • Kerry Wood still has his fastball when it comes to making pitch for charity

    Kerry Wood still has his fastball when it comes to making pitch for charity
    When popular athletes retire, charity work can become a double-edged sword. On one hand, they have more time to dedicate to their cause that they didn't have when they were playing games and training. On the other, they may not have the same star power...
  • Crawford gives Hawks a different kind of goalie win

    Crawford gives Hawks a different kind of goalie win
    It would’ve been easy for Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville to yank goalie Corey Crawford shortly after the opening faceoff in San Jose on Tuesday night. Easy and understandable. Crawford gave up two goals in less than six minutes and three before...
  • Sighting: Michael Phelps hits the town during Ryder Cup week

    Sighting: Michael Phelps hits the town during Ryder Cup week
    You didn’t really expect Michael Phelps to stay in during his week in the Chicago area for the Ryder Cup, did you? Besides taping the Golf Channel’s “Feherty Live” September 24 with Michael Jordan and and taking part in the Ryder...
  • You'd think $28 million would buy Hawks a better power play

    You'd think $28 million would buy Hawks a better power play
    What part of “shoot’’ doesn’t Brent Seabrook understand? The Blackhawks' power play is back to last season’s special brand of awful, and while it certainly isn’t all Seabrook’s fault, it seems to start with...
  • Tip to the Hawks -- bad and soft is no way to win a playoff game

    Tip to the Hawks -- bad and soft is no way to win a playoff game
    I expected the Hawks to come out strong and outskate the Kings in Game 3 of the Western Conference finals on Tuesday night, no matter the Kings’ 7-0 record at the Staples Center this postseason. The Hawks indeed had a chance in the first minute,...
  • Your Hawks' three-star selections: Skill, depth and heart

    Your Hawks' three-star selections: Skill, depth and heart
    The Blackhawks were the better team entering their second-round playoff series against Detroit. It just took them seven painful games to prove it, right down to an excruciating and exhilarating Game 7. No, wait, even that wasn’t enough. It...
  • Rough stuff stirs tempers in Kings-Blackhawks series

    Rough stuff stirs tempers in Kings-Blackhawks series
    CHICAGO — What’s a playoff series without a little bit — or a lot — of animosity? The Kings were unhappy about a huge hit delivered by Chicago center Dave Bolland against center Mike Richards¬† on Saturday during the third...
  • Been waiting for those Hawks

    Been waiting for those Hawks
    The power play showed up. Captain Jonathan Toews showed up. The Blackhawks we’ve known showed up. As a result of their 4-1 win in Game 5, the Hawks extended their Western Conference semifinal playoffs series against Detroit. The Hawks weren&...
  • Promise made, promise kept

    Promise made, promise kept
    The record start to the regular season and the President’s Trophy were a promise. The Blackhawks kept it Monday night. In the most improbable, impossible way. Down 2-1 with goalie Corey Crawford on the bench in the third period of Game 6 of...
  • Third line a big part of Blackhawks' streak

    Third line a big part of Blackhawks' streak
    Ever since unloading Kris Versteeg and Andrew Ladd shortly after they won the Stanley Cup in 2010, the Chicago Blackhawks have been looking for a third line that can check, score and annoy opponents. For now -- everything with Joel Quenneville is only...
  • Inconsistent Hawks facing first playoff adversity

    Inconsistent Hawks facing first playoff adversity
    The Blackhawks won the first shift of Game 2 of their Western Conference semifinal series, and that was pretty much it. The Red Wings won almost everything else --- the tempo, the style, the puck, and most importantly, the game. This is what adversity...