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Joel Quenneville
Head Coach

The Blackhawks named Joel Quenneville the 37th head coach in franchise history on Oct. 16, 2008. Quenneville has registered a .592 regular-season winning percentage in parts of 11 years as a head coach in the National Hockey League, including seven seasons behind the St. Louis Blues' bench (1996-2004) and three with the Colorado Avalanche (2005-08). ...more
Kevin Dineen
Assistant Coach

Kevin Dineen was hired by the Blackhawks as assistant coach on July 14, 2014. He was teammates with Blackhawks Head Coach Joel Quenneville from 1984 to 1990 when both were members of the Hartford Whalers. "Kevin brings proven leadership qualities, having served as an alternate captain and captain for several of his teams during his 19-year NHL career," said Vice President and General Manager Stan Bowman. "He will bring another well-respected voice to our coaching staff and we look forward to his contributions to our team." ...more
Mike Kitchen
Assistant Coach

Mike Kitchen was reunited with Joel Quenneville when he was hired as an assistant on July 12, 2010. "Adding Mike Kitchen and bringing back Mike Haviland bolster what is GM Stan Bowman said. "Mike Kitchen and Joel have a great track record of working together and Mike Haviland has had a major impact on our organization's success based on his work over the last five years." ...more
Jimmy Waite
Goaltending Coach

Jimmy Waite was hired as the Chicago Blackhawks' goaltending coach on July 7, 2014. Waite spent the past three seasons as the goaltending coach for the Chicoutimi Sagueneens of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Prior to his coaching career, Waite had a 22-year professional playing career from 1988 to 2010, including 58 games with the Blackhawks. ...more
Quote of the Day

You can be hyped all you want, but his game will speak for itself. He's obviously going to be a great player so we've got to make sure we keep an eye on him. Whether it's his first game or his 1,000th game, our job is to take care of business, shut him down.

— Blues defenseman Alex Pietrangelo on facing ballyhooed Oilers rookie Connor McDavid, who is making NHL debut in St. Louis
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