DALLAS -- Chicago Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville takes pride in his team's ability to roll four lines. So, he had to be pleased to get contributions from his entire lineup in a 6-2 win over the Dallas Stars on Tuesday at American Airlines Center.
Right wing Patrick Kane led the way with a goal and two assists for Chicago, which also got two goals apiece from right wing Patrick Sharp and left wing Brandon Saad, two assists each from defensemen Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook plus a goal and an assist from defenseman Michael Kostka.
Dallas got both its goals from left wing Antoine Roussel, who scored in the second period and again late in the third, giving him seven on the season. Left wing Ryan Garbutt assisted on both goals for the Stars.
Chicago backup goaltender Antti Raanta stopped 27 of 29 shots to earn his fourth win.
The Blackhawks set the tone early when Kostka put the visitors up 1-0 just 2:03 into the game with his second of the season after a wrister from the right point was deflected in by Dallas left wing Erik Cole. After a short review, Kostka's goal was deemed valid.
Kane then scored on a breakaway 7:55 before the first intermission, making it 2-0 after beating Dallas goaltender Kari Lehtonen with a backhand for his 17th of the season.
After leading 2-0 at the first intermission, Chicago went ahead 3-0 when Saad scored his first of the game 2:46 into the second period, flipping in a rebound after Kostka's wrister was turned away by Lehtonen. Saad started the sequence by stealing the puck from Dallas captain and left wing Jamie Benn near the Stars blue line.
Sharp then beat Lehtonen with a long-range slapshot from the high slot at 8:20 of the second with Chicago on the power play to make it 4-0. After the goal, Lehtonen left the ice for backup Dan Ellis.
At 11:08 of the second, Sharp scored his second of the night, beating Ellis with a backhand on a breakaway in a goal very similar to Kane's in the opening period.
Following Roussel's goal, Saad then scored his second, a shorthanded goal, 45 seconds before the second intermission on a shot that Ellis bobbled before it went in.
Ellis stopped 13 of 14 shots in relief for Dallas.
The Stars were 0-for-5 on the power play, making Dallas 1-for-47 at home with the man advantage, worst in the NHL.
NOTES: Chicago G Corey Crawford was sidelined due to a lower-body injury suffered in the first period of Sunday's win over the Florida Panthers. ... Blackhawks D Sheldon Brookbank and D Michal Rozsival were healthy scratches. ... Dallas scratched C Vernon Fiddler, D Aaron Rome and C Colton Sceviour, who was recalled from AHL Texas on Monday. Sceviour, who has two games of NHL experience, leads the AHL with 18 goals and is second with 30 points. With Fiddler out due to an upper-body injury, Stars coach Lindy Ruff shuffled his lines, moving C Ryan Garbutt and LW Antoine Roussel from the fourth to the second line. RW Alex Chiasson and LW Ray Whitney dropped from the second to the fourth line.... The announced attendance was 12,542.