Coach Q Released From Hospital
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Updated at 6:00 PM CST on Saturday, Feb 19, 2011
After being hospitalized since Wednesday for a bleeding ulcer, Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville was released Saturday.
According to Team Phyiscian Dr. Michael Terry, he is resting at home and will continued to be monitored.
No word yet on when Quenneville is expected to rejoin the team. Assistant coach Mike Haviland has stood in since Wednesday, leading the team to a 3-1 Hawks victory.
On Friday, Terry confirmed the cause of the bleeding was determined to be a small ulcer caused by aspirin.
Published at 5:29 PM CST on Feb 19, 2011