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Fans toilet paper Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville’s house after Stanley Cup win

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After the Chicago Blackhawks clinched the Stanley Cup win over the Boston Bruins in Game 6, Blackhawks fans took to the streets to celebrate.  Enough of them made their way over to head coach Joel Quenneville’s house to toilet paper his house.  Seems like an odd way to celebrate, but I guess they just wanted to take after Auburn Tigers fans that used to toilet paper Toomers Corner.  All I know is that Blackhawks fans better help clean it up, because that’s an odd way to say thank you to the coach who won two Stanley Cups in four seasons for you.  It’s also important to note that the Chicago Blackhawks became the first team to win two Stanley Cups in the Salary Cap Era.  Quite impressive.


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