Chicago became the first team in the NHL with a dozen victories this year, winning its fourth in a row.
Brunette and Kane both scored on the power play, Kane's goal coming with 9:22 to go in the second. Jonathan Toews, Patrick Sharp and Steve Montador added third-period goals. It was the 10th of the season for Toews and his fifth in the last four games.
Crawford improved to 9-4 this year by making 28 saves. Cory Schneider gave up all five Chicago goals on 27 shots.
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