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