After the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup Final and the United Center cleared out, coach Joel Quenneville stopped to take a picture with fans whom waited outside the arena for him.
@BarstoolBigCat A beer and cigar in hand while throwing up 3s were a dynasty baby pic.twitter.com/j7Hz8lh5hm— Alex Taraska (@alexTaraska) June 16, 2015
Blackhawks coaches eat victory breakfast in HinsdaleQuenneville is seen in the picture holding a Budweiser bottle and a cigar in his mouth, fresh out of the locker room, still covered in champagne.
The Blackhawks coach is also holding up three fingers, for the amount of Stanley Cups Quenneville has won since being named the Blackhawks coach in 2008.
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