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Chosen in the first round by the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1978, he spent only a season and a half with them before he was traded to the Colorado Rockies with Lanny McDonald. In 1982, he moved to New Jersey for a season before he was signed with Hartford, where he would remain for seven seasons. In 1990, he began to start playing in the minors regularly and eventually became a player-coach with the Baby Leafs. After retirement, he became a coach full-time, and became an assistant in Colorado in 1994. He won a Stanley Cup with the Avalanche in 1996 and became head coach in St. Louis the following season. He guided the Blues to a franchise record 114 points in 2000 and won the Jack Adams Trophy. After a stint as head coach of the Colorado Avalanche, Quenneville joined the Chicago Blackhawks as their head coach early in the 2008/09 season. Since joining the Blackhawks, Quenneville won the Stanley Cup in 2010 and 2013.