3 Takeaways From The Chicago Blackhawks Road Victory Over The Arizona Coyotes

The Chicago Blackhawks snapped their 22-game road losing streak with a 5-2 victory.

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The power play was amazing.

Four of the Hawks' five games came on the power play. That's right, the Blackhawks scored four power-play goals. I did not know that was possible since the Hawks have the third-worst power-play percentage in the NHL.

In addition to Jones' goal, the Hawks' second goal came on the man advantage when Connor Bedard slipped an absolute dime to his figurative hockey dad, Nick Foligno for the goal.

Bedard finished with two assists on the night which was good to see as teams have been giving him his "Welcome to the NHL" hits. He even took one in this game.

Anyways back to the power play. The Coyotes tied the game at two, but the Hawks broke the gridlock with another power-play goal.

This time it was rookie defenseman Kevin Korchinski who slipped a nice pass to Jason Dickinson who flicked a shot into the back of the net.

It was fantastic to see Korchinski come up with the assist as he is going through the rookie struggles big time right now.

The Blackhawks added to their lead with another power-play goal late in the second when Phillip Kurashev blasted a shot into the net.

That is right people. The Blackhawks scored four power-play goals in this economy. The next step is scoring four goals when it is five-on-five. Hey, the Hawks won on the road for the first time since early November so no need to be picky.