Tuesday June 16th, 2015

The Blackhawks are champions for the third time in six years and in Hinsdale, Ill., that means one thing: It is time to cover coach Joel Quenneville's house in toilet paper.

While it may seem like an odd way to congratulate the man behind the boards for the Blackhawks' tremendous run, the residents of the Chicago suburb and the Quenneville family seem to love the tradition, according to the Chicago Tribune.

The paper reports that the mess is cleaned up a few days later by local kids who are hopeful they will get the chance to repeat the process all over again next season.

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