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There have been 37 different coaches in the history of the Chicago Blackhawks. The greatest coach of this franchise has only been with Chicago for three seasons and is their current head coach.
Joel Quenneville is one of the greatest coaches to ever coach in the NHL.
Quenneville was named the head coach of the Hawks in 2008. In his first year he made it all the way to the Western Conference Finals, but lost to the Detroit Red Wings.
His second season was Joel's greatest in his career. In the 2009-2010 season, Quenneville led the Blackhawks to their first Stanley Cup since 1961. Quenneville and the Hawks went on a historic run and ended up beating the Philadelphia Flyers in the final.
This season was Quenneville's third with Chicago. He made the playoffs again, but lost in the first round.
Quenneville's career record with Chicago is 151-73-28.
Making the playoffs every single year and winning a Stanley Cup makes Joel Quenneville the greatest coach in the history of the Blackhawks.