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When the Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup back in 2010, 'Hawks fans responded, naturally, by toilet papering head coach Joel Quenneville's house .
Monday night, after Chicago made it two Cups in four seasons with a stunning win over Boston, the team's supporters congratulated Quenneville, once again, by TP'ing the home of the team's mustache enthusiast behind the bench.
Blackhawks fans TP'd Coach Q's house last night after the win. I'm sure they will also clean it up for him. pic.twitter.com/xeguPlyoKa
-- Paul Pabst (@PaulPabst) June 25, 2013 Coach Quenneville's house is trashed!! #TP #BecauseItsTheCup pic.twitter.com/wC0yaIGSfB
-- CJ (@C2DaJMan) June 25, 2013 At Coach Quenneville's house. Neighbor said this started "immediately after the last puck went in." #Hawks pic.twitter.com/6w22HnoN0l
-- Jon Seidel (@SeidelContent) June 25, 2013 The toilet papering was the handiwork of some of Quenneville's neighbors, according to this tweet and photo from a 'Hawks fan named Ellie:
My gf is Coach Q's neighbor and TP'd his house. :) http://t.co/XVevy5Wgqs
-- Ellie (@TheEllieTrain) June 25, 2013
A few regular ol' unruly fans may have also pitched in:
tping quenvilles house pic.twitter.com/v8W7mya6od
-- Brian Donahue (@ionlydo_BRIceps) June 25, 2013 Partying outside Quennivelle's house #Hawks pic.twitter.com/jFDllBLLoL
-- Jack Flynn (@Jackfball) June 25, 2013 Quenneville seemed to take the prank in stride though -- the guy just won the Stanley Cup, how mad could he be? -- and was seen signing autographs for fans and taking photos outside his home Tuesday:
Coach Q signing autographs for the neighbors. pic.twitter.com/JXgrVr8Xru
-- Paul Pabst (@PaulPabst) June 25, 2013 @SarahSpain Coach Q taking pics after fans TP'd his home. Good man! pic.twitter.com/QmRtfQmgG3
-- mike ander (@andermike9) June 25, 2013
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