Patrick Kane scored as soon as and included 3 helps as the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Winnipeg Jets 4-1 on Thursday.
Robin Lehner stopped 36 shots for Chicago (14-16-6), which was coming off a 4-1 loss to Colorado on Wednesday.
Tucker Poolman had Winnipeg's lone objective.
Connor Hellebuyck made 28 saves for the Jets (20-13-2), who wrapped up a three-game homestand going 1-2-0.
Chicago led 1-0 after the very first duration and held that score after 2, mostly in part to Lehner's essential saves.
Nylander scored 59 seconds into the video game on a two-on-one with Kane, shooting the puck high up on Hellebuyck's glove side.
The Jets didn't get their very first shot on goal till practically five minutes into the first duration, when the visitors had currently tallied 4.
Winnipeg did heat up late in the duration, including going on the power play for the final 1:52 of the frame, however Lehner stymied good scoring chances by Patrik Laine, Kyle Connor and Mark Scheifele.
The Jets held a 16-12 edge on shots on objective after the very first.
The Blackhawks didn't get their very first shot on objective until 12:32 of the second duration, including during a power-play span.
Saad entrusts to injury
Chicago forward Brandon Saad left the game after he was inspected into the boards by Jets defenceman Luca Sbisa. He fell and appeared to injure his right leg.
Winnipeg outshot Chicago 14-3 in the 2nd, with Lehner once again turning aside Jets sharpshooters such as Connor.
Chicago upped its lead to 2-0 with another fast objective, this time 36 seconds into the third duration.
Kane capitalized on a Scheifele turnover near Winnipeg's blue line and rapidly fed the puck to Kubalik, who went in alone and beat Hellebuyck.
Winnipeg got on the scoreboard with Poolman's one-timer that flew previous Lehner in a corner.
The Jets were required too many guys and Gustafsson ripped a one-timer past Hellebuyck after getting a pass from Kane.
Kane notched his 19th objective of the season at 16:39 to top the scoring.
Winnipeg goes on the roadway for one game versus the Minnesota Wild on Saturday. Chicago plays the Avalanche in Colorado Saturday.