Chicago waived Quenneville on Monday, Scott Powers of The Athletic reports.
Quenneville split time between the AHL and NHL last season. He went scoreless in nine games with the Blackhawks, but added 22 points in 36 minor-league appearances. It wouldn't be surprising to see the 2014 first-round pick end up on Chicago's taxi squad.
Quenneville was reassigned to AHL Rockford on Saturday, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports.
Quenneville played in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Ducks, skating 11:55 in the contest. The Blackhawks next play Tuesday in Ottawa -- this could be a move to save salary cap space, as the team has only twelve healthy forwards on the roster now. It could also suggest that Dylan Strome (ankle) may be nearing a return.
The Blackhawks recalled Quenneville from AHL Rockford on Sunday.
The 23-year-old earned his first call-up with the Blackhawks on Sunday and has 44 points through 70 career NHL games. Quenneville has been solid in the AHL as well, racking up 13 points in 19 games with Rockford. He'll add some much-needed depth to the forward group, with Brandon Saad (ankle), Drake Caggiula (concussion) and Andrew Shaw (concussion) all residing on injured reserve currently.
Quenneville (hip) was activated from injured reserve and sent to AHL Rockford on Friday.
As expected, Quenneville is set to begin his campaign in the minors after overcoming a hip injury he sustained early in training camp. Quenneville posted 18 goals and 39 points in 37 games with AHL Binghamton as a member of the Devils' organization last season.
Quenneville (hip) will begin the 2019-20 campaign on injured reserve.
Quenneville is technically still with the big club after being waived Thursday, but that's only because he's evidently still dealing with the hip injury he suffered during preseason play. Once healthy, he'll be shipped to AHL Rockford.
The Blackhawks placed Quenneville (hip) on waivers Thursday, Stephen Whyno of the Associated Press reports.
Quenneville has been unable to practice with his teammates for the past week due to a hip injury, but that didn't impact his chances of making Chicago's Opening-Night roster, as he was always expected to begin the year with AHL Rockford. The 23-year-old will probably get a few call-ups throughout the campaign, but he'll spend most of his time in the minors, so he can be ignored in all fantasy formats.
Quenneville (hip) won't be available for Saturday's preseason game against the Bruins.
Quenneville will miss a second straight game due to his hip injury and remains without a clear-cut timetable for his return. Once healthy, the 23-year-old forward will be shipped to AHL Rockford.
Quenneville won't play Wednesday against Detroit due to a right-hip injury.
At this point there's no reason to believe that Quenneville's dealing with anything overly serious, so he'll likely be reevaluated ahead of Saturday's exhibition matchup with Boston. Either way, the former Devil isn't expected to make the Blackhawks' Opening Night roster and can safely be ignored in all fantasy formats.
Quenneville signed a two-year contract extension with Chicago on Friday.
Quenneville was never able to carve out a role with New Jersey after being selected by the Devils in the first round of the 2014 draft, tallying five points in 33 NHL appearances spread over three seasons, but he displayed tremendous upside during his time in the minors, racking up 119 points in 138 contests. The first year of his extension with the Blackhawks is two-way, but the second year is one-way, which suggests Chicago believes he'll be ready for a permanent spot in its lineup in 2020-21. Quenneville may never live up to his first-round billing, but he should develop into a solid bottom-six forward for the Blackhawks over the next two seasons.
Quenneville is now a member of the Blackhawks following a trade Saturday that saw John Hayden head to the Devils, reports Frank Seravalli of TSN.ca.
Quenneville has proven he can score in the minors, but has struggled to translate that into offense in the NHL. But his reliability should mean he gets a shot at a lower line in Chicago, where stalled careers go to be reignited.
The Devils assigned Quenneville to AHL Binghamton on Saturday.
Despite notching 30 points over 32 games with AHL Binghamton, Quenneville has gone silent at the top level, producing just one goal and no assists over 18 contests. He'll return to the minors to get in some more seasoning, but the 2014 first-round pick likely remains part of the team's long-term plans.
Quenneville potted his first goal of the year in Wednesday's 6-3 win over the Oilers.
The Edmonton native may have been wearing the visiting sweater, but he'll likely cherish the moment. However, it's his only point this season in 18 appearances, which makes Quenneville a non-factor in fantasy.
Quenneville (upper body) will be in the lineup versus Washington on Friday, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Quenneville has been out of action for six of the last seven contests but is expected to slot into the lineup in a fourth-line role. The Edmonton native has played in 16 NHL games this season, while averaging 10:50 of ice time, but he' still searching for his first point of the campaign.
Quenneville (upper body) will join the club on its upcoming road trip Friday and Saturday, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Quenneville's presence on the trip gives him at least a decent shot at playing Friday against the Capitals, as he could easily join the club for the game Saturday in New York if he was already out for Friday. The 2014 first-round pick has yet to tally a point at the top level this season, so his status for Friday's game shouldn't be of much concern in fantasy circles.
Quenneville (upper body) will not dress for Tuesday's game against the Blue Jackets, Mike Morreale of NHL.com reports.
Tuesday's omission from the lineup marks Quenneville's sixth in the last seven games, though he saw the ice for just 5:13 during his only appearance Feb. 25 against the Canadiens. Even in the 16 games the 22-year-old blueliner has drawn in, he has yet to notch a point, leaving Quenneville off the radar in the vast majority of fantasy leagues.
Quenneville (upper body) is out for Saturday's game against the Bruins.
This means that Quenneville will have missed five of his last six games. Of course, he has zero points, and only 12 shots on net, in the 16 games he has played in, so fantasy owners won't be concerned.
Quenneville (upper body) isn't in the active lineup for Friday's game against the Flyers, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Quenneville hasn't produced a point since garnering a goal and three helpers over 12 games of his rookie campaign (2016-17), so his lingering injury shouldn't have much of an effect on the fantasy hockey crowd. Unfortunately, his star is fading as a center not getting much of an opportunity at the top level, despite having been a first-round (30th overall) pick from the 2014 draft.
Quenneville suffered an upper-body injury that will keep him out of the lineup against the Flames on Wednesday, though he remains day-to-day, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
A day-to-day designation for Quenneville leaves open the door for the center to play in Friday's clash with the Flyers. In the meantime, the Devils promoted Nick Lappin and Blake Pietila from the minors in order to bolster their forward depth. The 22-year-old Quenneville has logged just 16 games for New Jersey this season and is still looking for his first point of the 2018-19 campaign.
Quenneville (undisclosed) left Monday's game against Montreal and will be evaluated Tuesday, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official sitereports.
The rookie forward has been held scoreless in all 16 NHL games he's appeared in this season. It's unclear when Quenneville sustained the mysterious injury, but the team will have an update after Tuesday's practice.
Quenneville was recalled from AHL Binghamton and will play in Monday's game versus the Canadiens, Chris Ryan of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
The Devils only had 11 healthy forwards, so they dipped into minors to grab another. Quenneville hasn't had luck with the big club this season, marking zero points in 15 games despite racking up 30 points in 32 AHL contests. Quenneville will work on a line with Travis Zajac and Blake Coleman.
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