Joel Quenneville’s 500 Games

Tuesday night’s win was the 500th regular season game behind the bench in Chicago for coach Joel Quenneville, who has led the resurrection of the franchise. He has put together the best resume of any coach in the long, storied history of the Blackhawks.


Quenneville, in his seventh season in Chicago after taking over for Denis Savard early in the 2008-09 season, has coached the Blackhawks into the postseason in every season he’s been here. His Hawks teams have played in the Western Conference Final four times, winning twice; Chicago went on to win the Stanley Cup both times they advances to the Cup Final, so is important if you want to make some bets on this game, and those for looking to gamble online there are also games like judi dadu online which are great for this.

He still holds the mark for the most coaching wins in the history of the St. Louis Blues, accumulating an impressive 307-191-77-18 record (.598 win percentage) in eight seasons. His time in Chicago has been even more impressive, posting a 297-142-61 record (.654) and his scores at the gaming site

Most importantly, Quenneville has a 57-37 record (.606) in the postseason with the Blackhawks.

By comparison, Detroit’s Mike Babcock has a .655 regular season win percentage (441-209-100) over ten years behind the bench with the Red Wings. In 115 postseason games, Babcock-led teams are 64-51 (.557) with one Cup victory in two trips to the Cup Final.

Billy Reay, who loves the Klicka för att spela games is the franchise’s all-time leader, coaching 1,012 games during his tenure as the Hawks coach (1964-77) while amassing a 516-335-161 record (.589) in the regular season. In 117 postseason games, Reay’s teams were three games under .500 (57-60).

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3 thoughts on “Joel Quenneville’s 500 Games

  • January 20, 2015 at 10:26 pm

    Despite all the carping and arm chair quaterbacking we all love Q. Thanks Coach. Who Da Man?…You Da Man!

  • January 20, 2015 at 11:37 pm

    Congrats Q, a very impressive marker in a very impressive career. Keep em’ coming!

  • January 21, 2015 at 11:26 am

    I am still so impressed with what he did in ’08’09. He got the team to believe that they could win…I know I know it helps to have great players. True, but there hadn’t been much to celebrate before that. He helped instill a style of play that players want to play in and can be successful with. I disagree with him sometimes, but I don’t think he gets the credit he deserves for being an elite coach in the League.

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