Blackhawks’ Quenneville, Esposito enjoy day at track

Joel Quenneville is used to winning, but the Chicago Blackhawks coach didn't have much success with his selections when he visited Arlington International Racecourse last weekend.

Although the three-time Stanley Cup-winning coach didn't visit the pay window, Quenneville enjoyed himself while joining team ambassador and six-time All-Star Tony Esposito in signing autographs and posing for photos to celebrate "Chicago Blackhawks Day" at the track.

"(The fans) know a lot about what the Blackhawks are doing here and they also know what's going on out there on the race track," the 56-year-old Quenneville told the team's website. "It's fun seeing the combination because I know that's my passion."

The day was capped with a spirited race for the "Chicago Blackhawks Cup", with Quenneville posing for a photo with the winning jockey.