The Chicago Blackhawks were founded in 1926. The Blackhawks have won six Stanley Cups in their history, three in the last 11 years under head coach Joel Quenneville. The Blackhawks fired the previously longest tenured NHL coach Monday after Chicago’s 6-6-3 start. Under Quenneville, the Blackhawks won three Stanley Cups in three years but haven’t won a playoff series since 2015 and missed the playoffs last year. Quenneville departs as the second winning-est coach in Blackhawk history with a record of 452-249-96 in 797 games.
Jeremy Colliton takes over to become the 38th head coach in Chicago Blackhawk franchise history. The 33-year-old last played in the NHL in 2011 and will leave the AHL Rockford Ice Dogs to become the youngest coach in the NHL.
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