GLENDALE, Ariz. — Patrick Kane scored a goal, assisted on two others and raised his NHL-leading point total to 53 in helping the Chicago Blackhawks to a 7-5 win over the Arizona Coyotes on Tuesday night.
Andrew Desjardins scored twice for the Blackhawks, who overcame Shane Doan‘s hat trick and set a season high for goals in a game.
Doan scored three times for the Coyotes, tying Dale Hawerchuk for the franchise record with 379 career goals. Doan’s third of the night came on a power play with 27.1 seconds left.
Desjardins' first goal 2 minutes into the second gave the Blackhawks a 4-2 lead. Kane made it 5-2 with his goal with 6:12 to play in the period.
Corey Crawford stopped 32 shots, though he allowed third-period goals to Doan and Connor Murphy as the Coyotes cut into a 6-2 lead.
The Blackhawks jumped out to a 2-0 lead on a pair of power-play goals early in the first. Keith put in a shot off a slick backhand pass from Kane at the 13:39 mark, and Anisimov deflected a wrist shot through traffic from Seabrook and past goalie Anders Lindback just more than a minute later.
Lindback was removed after the first period with only two stops on five Chicago shots. He was replaced by Louis Domingue, who made 19 saves.
Chicago made it 3-2 on a third power-play goal when Artemi Panarin scored with an open shot after a pass from Seabrook. The Blackhawks were 0 for 4 on the power play in their previous three games but went 3 for 4 on Tuesday.
Panarin, a rookie, raised his season total to 11 goals.
Arizona tied it at 2 in the first period with goals less than 2 minutes apart. Doan bounced a chip shot past Crawford with 9:42 to play, and defenceman Zbynek Michalek scored on a pass from behind the net from Ekman-Larsson.
Michalek left the game in the final few minutes after taking a hit from the Blackhawks' Marian Hossa.
Desjardins fired a puck off the body of the Coyotes' Nicklas Grossman and into the net with 14:56 left in the game for his second goal. Jonathan Toews scored an empty-net goal with 1:39 to play.
NOTES: Coyotes C Antoine Vermette faced his former Chicago teammates for the first time this season. Arizona traded him to the Blackhawks last season in time for Vermette to help Chicago win the Stanley Cup with seven points in 20 playoff games. Vermette then re-signed with the Coyotes last summer. ... Coyotes C Laurent Dauphin, 20, made his NHL debut after being called up from Springfield of the AHL earlier Tuesday. Dauphin and fellow call-up Craig Cunningham played on the fourth line. ... Murphy left early in the first period for medical attention but returned to the ice before the period was over. ... Chicago is 19-3-2 this season when scoring first. ... Arizona Senator John McCain performed the ceremonial opening puck drop at centre ice before the game.