How a Jonathan Toews injury could have kept Blackhawks from winning 2010 Stanley Cup

Charlie Roumeliotis
Comcast SportsNet Chicago

The Blackhawks made history in 2010 when they snapped a 49-year championship drought by breaking through to beat the Philadelphia Flyers in six games. One of those coaches included was Joel Quenneville, who won his first career Stanley Cup as a head coach with the Blackhawks in 2010. Jonathan Toews had apparently suffered a knee injury late in the game that was serious enough to put his status for a potential Game 7 in doubt.

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