Joel Quenneville is a pretty good coach. He has won over 600 games and just a few years ago helped guide the Chicago Blackhawks to their first Stanley Cup championship in 49 years.
However over the years he developed some trademarks that would drive fans crazy. He never seemed satisfied with the goalie in net and he would constantly switch up his lines.
Last season was a perfect example of both of these things. In net he rode whoever had the hot streak, whether it was Corey Crawford or Ray Emery. The backup, Emery, played in over 40 percent of the games last season.