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Patrick Kane had a four-point night and the Blackhawks won 4-1 against the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday.

Keeping with the theme, here are four takeaways:

1. Kane singlehandedly led the team to a win

Kane dominated the game in Winnipeg. He played a key role in setting up three Hawks’ goals and executed one himself to grab his 44th point (19 goals, 25 assists) of the season.

Kane, double shifting in the third period, made a play to keep a puck in the offensive zone and spring Dominik Kubalik on a mini breakaway to score 39 seconds into the final frame, making it 2-0 Hawks for his second assist of the game.

He later skated the puck to open ice near the slot and passed it to Erik Gustaffson for a power-play goal, putting the Hawks up 3-1 at 10:58 of the third.

Kane scored stick side from the left circle at 16:39 of the third, making it 4-1 for the final score.

“Thought we had a great start,” Kane said. “Kind of identified the way we want to play. They had a push in the second, obviously we didn’t have a great period, but Robin made some great saves, we hung in there, in a good position 1-0 going into the third. Obviously we get a quick goal and score on the power play, get an insurance marker after that. It’s a good feeling in here.”

2. The Hawks came out strong in the first period

Alex Nylander kicked things off by scoring 59 seconds into the game. Dylan Strome chipped the puck off the boards from the defensive zone, finding Patrick Kane who fed the puck to Nylander to go up 1-0.

The Hawks dominated the first half of the opening frame, dictating the pace and controlling the puck, mostly in the Jets’ zone. Chicago was able to withstand a push from Winnipeg in the second half of the first period with Robin Lehner making some clutch, high-quality saves. Lehner finished the first stopping all 16 Jets’ shots he faced.

3. Hawks were able to weather the storm

The Hawks were outshot 11-0 in the first 10 minutes of the second period and didn’t get a shot on net until 12:32 in. Shots were 14-3 in favor of the Jets at the end of the second, with Chicago still able to hold a 1-0 lead.

4. Another tough injury hurts the Hawks

Brandon Saad left the game with a right ankle injury after taking a hit from Luca Sbisa at 11:38 of the second and needed help getting off the ice. Saad has 19 points (11 goals, eight assists) this season.

The Hawks have had a tough go with injuries lately. Andrew Shaw and Drake Caggiula are still in concussion protocol and today the team announced Brent Seabrook didn’t travel to Winnipeg to undergo “further medical evaluation”. Duncan Keith played his second game back Thursday after missing nine with a groin injury. Blackhawks head coach Jeremy Colliton expects Saad to be out a couple of weeks.

“It’s a little bit of adversity,” Kane said of Saad’s injury. “He’s been great for us all year pretty much. He’s a guy that can push the pace, make a lot of plays by himself, he’s a really good skater obviously, a powerful skater where he can beat defense.”

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