"I talked to Q late last night, after the game. We talked about the game. He watched the majority of it and he was very pleased and very happy about the game. I know he has some tests today, but he was laughing when I talked to him last night. He was in good spirits. He was joking and laughing on the phone, so it was good to hear." -- Mike Haviland
As of Thursday morning, the Blackhawks had yet to release an update on the 52-year-old Quenneville's health, but a team official said there could be one coming later Thursday, depending when the test results are received.
Quenneville got a visit from Hawks assistant coach Mike Kitchen after Wednesday's 3-1 Blackhawks win against the Minnesota Wild, and he also spoke by phone with assistant Mike Haviland, the team's acting head coach.