By DAVE DYEFOXSportsDetroit.com
Mike Babcock and the Detroit Red Wings can knock out Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville one more time with a victory in Game 5 of their Western Conference semifinal series.
Without question, Babcock and the Wings are Quenneville's postseason nemesis.
Babcock, in his eighth season as the Red Wings' coach, is 11-2 in playoff games against Quenneville.
Babcock's team is on the verge of eliminating a Quenneville team for the third time in three playoff series.
The last four times the Red Wings won the Stanley Cup -- 1997, 1998, 2002, 2008 -- they eliminated a Quenneville-coached team en route to the Finals.
Quenneville is one loss from becoming the first NHL coach in at least 75 years to go 0-6 in playoff series against another team, according to STATS LLC.
If it weren't for the Red Wings, Quenneville's life would be so much better.
He was coaching St. Louis in 1997 (first round), 1998 (second round) and 2002 (second round) w...