Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane scored in a shootout to send Chicago to a 3-2 victory over the Islanders that ended New York's five-game winning streak Tuesday night.
Toews scored on a backhander and Kane beat Robin Lehner between the pads after nearly pulling to a stop. Chicago goalie Cam Ward denied Josh Bailey and Mathew Barzal to give the Blackhawks their second straight victory following a five-game slide.
Toews scored a power-play goal in regulation, and Kane had an assist to stretch his point streak to nine games.
The output wasn't as showy as in Sunday's 8-5 win over Washington when Toews had three goals and two assists and Kane had two goals and three assists. But the duo delivered big-time when needed against surging New York.
Chicago's Dylan Strome also had a power-play goal, connecting during a 5-on-3 advantage at 6:05 of the second period to end the Islanders' shutout streak at 158 minutes, 58 seconds.
Ward stopped 34 shots through overtime. Alex DeBrincat had two assists to help Chicago's power play connect for the ninth straight game.
Valtteri Filppula and Barzal scored in regulation as the Metropolitan Division-leading Islanders lost for just the third time in 15 games.
The Blackhawks are at the Buffalo Sabres on Feb. 1 to start a three-game road trip following the All-Star break and their bye week. The Blackhawks don't play at home again until Feb. 7 against Vancouver.