Quenneville was called up from Rockford (AHL) and will make his Blackhawks debut on Monday.

Quenneville was acquired from the Devils for John Hayden in the summer and will make his season debut tonight vs. his former team. Quenneville has scored eight goals with five assists (13 points) in 19 AHL games this season and will replace Dylan Sikura and could skate with Jonathan Toews.

Source: Scott King 12/23/19, 12:59 pm EST

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The Blackhawks have signed John Quenneville to a two-year extension worth $1.5M ($750K AAV).

Quenneville, who was a restricted free agent, was acquired from the Devils last week for John Hayden. The 23-year-old winger split last year between the AHL and NHL. With Binghamton (AHL), he had 18 goals and 21 assists (39 points) in 37 games but scored just one goal in 19 games with New Jersey. Quenneville projects to start the 2020 season on the Blackhawks’ third or fourth line.

Source: Chicago Blackhawks 06/29/19, 10:25 am EST

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The Blackhawks have acquired John Quenneville from the Devils for John Hayden.

Quenneville split his 2019 season between the NHL and AHL, picking up one goal and zero assists for the Devils. However, during his time in Binghamton, Quenneville was a prolific point producer. He had 39 points (18G / 21A) in 37 games. The Blackhawks have a weak bottom-6, so Quenneville should be a full-time NHLer in 2020.

Source: Chicago Blackhawks 06/23/19, 7:59 pm EST

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Quenneville will make he season debut on Thursday.

After sitting for the first couple of games of his call-up, the 21-year-old is ready to play tonight vs. the Flames. Quenneville has 10 goals and 11 assists (21 points) in 31 games with Binghamton (AHL) this season. He will replace with Mirco Mueller as the 12th forward or Brian Boyle (personal) as the 11th forward depending on Boyle’s status at game time.

Source: Amanda Stein 02/8/18, 11:54 am EST

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