Found April 18, 2014 on Diehardsport:
During double overtime of the Blues vs. Blackhawks game on Thursday night, Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville thought that St. Louis should’ve been called for a delay of game penalty. The call was not made, and Quenneville proceeded to make this Michael Jackson-esque gesture towards the refs. Here are some hilarious tweets that were posted after the incident: Nice collage! — John Buccigross (@Buccigross) April 18, 2014 PLAYOFF DOUBLE OVERTIME HOCKEY CROTCH GRAB — SB Nation (@SBNation) April 18, 2014 Can’t believe Joel Quenneville’s nut grab didn’t convince the refs. — SportsPickle (@sportspickle) April 18, 2014 [@cjzero] The post Joel Quenneville Has Confused Himself with Michael Jackson appeared first on Diehardsport.

PHOTO: Joel Quenneville protests refs with crotch grab

Thursday night’s Blackhawks-Blues quarterfinal matchup ended up being a double-overtime barn-burner and, as to be expected, tensions were running high as the series-opener headed to extra frames. Joel Quenneville adamantly disagreed with a delay of game non-call in the second OT and let his displeasure be known with an aggressive “deez nuts!” crotch grab in the direction of...

Crotchgrabgate 2014 update: Joel Quenneville apologizes for obscene gesture

After having some time to contemplate his actions and a night to sleep on it — and possibly ice his crotch — Chicago Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville apologized for grabbing his junk while gesticulating wildly while hollering at the referees over what he perceived to be a missed call during the team’s 4-3 triple […] The post Crotchgrabgate 2014 update: Joel Quenneville...

Blackhawks Coach Joel Quenneville Fined $25,000 For ‘Inappropriate Conduct’

Chicago Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville was fined $25,000 for “inappropriate conduct” during Thursday’s Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals against the St. Louis Blues. The NHL has fined Chicago Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville $25,000 for inappropriate conduct.— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) April 18, 2014 During the second overtime of Chicago’s 4-3 loss to...

Quenneville apologizes for obscene gesture

Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville apologized Friday for an obscene gesture he made during the second overtime of the Hawks' 4-3 loss to the Blues in Game 1 of the playoffs on Thursday night. "I was definitely excited and disappointed at the call," Quenneville said. "I apologize for my behavior. It wasn't very appropriate at all. It was a bush-league...

VIDEO: The Joel Quenneville crotch grab may get the attention of the League offices

Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville blew a gasket during last night’s Western Conference quarterfinal opener when he believed his team was going to get a two-man advantage after St. Louis sent the puck into the stands perhaps prompting a delay of game call. Except the refs never made the call. So instead of leaving his outrage […]

Joel Quenneville fined $25,000 for grabbing himself

Chicago Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville has been $25,000 for inappropriate conduct during Game 1 against the St. Louis Blues. Quenneville was animated on the bench several times during his team’s defeat, but the fine is likely due to the coach grabbing himself while shouting at the officials. Here’s what he did in GIF form, courtesy of Puck Daddy: Need some context? Here’s...

Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville argued a call by grabbing his genitals

Blackhawks coach Quenneville fined $25,000

The National Hockey League has fined Chicago Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville $25,000 for inappropriate conduct during Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoff First Round series against the St. Louis Blues on Thursday, Apr. 17. The fine money goes to the NHL Foundation.

Night two of the NHL playoffs: Joel Quenneville touched himself for some reason

Only in the playoffs. Joel Quenneville lost his mind over a blown call in Chicago’s 4-3 OT loss. He also touched himself…

Joel Quenneville Goes Nuts on the bench League will review

Milan Lucic slashes Danny Dekeyser in a sensitive area

Move over Joel Quenneville. There’s a new incident below the belt which has everyone talking. Watch as Milan Lucic spears Danny Dekeyser in a very sensitive area. If Quenneville’s earned a $25,000 fine, what does this mean for Lucic? Probably not much because this is the NHL and that’s how things work.

Coach Q Did Not Like Your Call, Sir...

((HT: Josh Gold-Smith's Vine, NHL on NBC))The Blackhawks-Blues game went into multiple overtimes and ended after midnight eastern time this morning...At a key moment in the second overtime, Chicago head coach Joel Quenneville wanted a delay of game call for a puck that cleared the boards and went into the crowd...He didn't get the call- which brought this display...No word...

NHL fines Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville $25k

Chicago Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville has been fined $25,000 for inappropriate conduct during Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoff first-round series against the St. Louis Blues on Thursday. During the second overtime of the three-overtime Blues win the puck was sent out of play.  While the officials discussed whether the Blues should be called for delay of game, Quenneville...

Fatigue could be key factor in Game 2 of Blackhawks-Blues playoff series

ST. LOUIS -- A mood of euphoric exhaustion carried over to the next day after the St. Louis Blues won the longest game in franchise history and got the upper hand against the defending Stanley Cup champions. Defenseman Alex Pietrangelo's legs were stiff and he said it felt as if the Blues played two games to beat the Chicago Blackhawks 4-3 in triple overtime in the opener of...
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