(Sports Network) - Dave Bolland collected three assists and Corey Crawford turned away 33 shots in Chicago's 3-1 victory over Minnesota at the United Center.
"I felt good from the start and our guys played great tonight," Crawford said.
Brian Campbell and Troy Brouwer both scored power-play goals for the Blackhawks, who returned to the Windy City off a 2-2-2 road trip.
Matt Cullen netted a power-play goal and Jose Theodore made 34 saves for the Wild, who had their three-game win streak snapped Tuesday by Vancouver.
Campbell staked Chicago to a 1-0 lead, unloading a slap shot from the high slot at the 12:59 mark of the first period.
Cullen pumped home the equalizer at 6:59 of the third period, but the Blackhawks responded 34 seconds later. Brouwer held the puck below the right circle and sent a pass that deflected in off the stick of Minnesota defenseman Greg Zanon.
"It was an unlucky bounce for us," Wild forward Martin Havlat said.
Jake Dowell's empty-netter sealed the win with 59 seconds remaining.
Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville missed Wednesday's game after being admitted to a Chicago-area hospital in the morning with an undisclosed medical condition...Chicago's Marian Hossa had two assists...Brouwer notched his 100th NHL point...Havlat played in his 600th career game.