CHICAGO (AP) -Jonathan Toews scored two power-play goals, and newcomer Brian Campbell had four assists in the Chicago Blackhawks' 4-3 preseason victory over the Dallas Stars on Sunday night.
Patrick Sharp and Jack Skille also scored for Chicago, which improved to 3-0 in exhibition play. Sharp's goal was his fourth in three preseason games.
Matt Niskanen, Joel Lundqvist and Loui Eriksson scored for Dallas (1-3-0).
Campbell, a defenseman, was signed by the Blackhawks to an eight-year, $56.8 million free-agent contract in July.
A big reason why the Blackhawks acquired Campbell was to improve their power play. On Sunday, they scored three goals with a man advantage.
Chicago goalie Antti Niemi made 28 saves. Dallas' Stephan Tobias blocked 24 shots.
Toews opened the scoring on a power play just 32 seconds in, when his centering pass deflected in off the skate of Dallas defenseman Garrett Stafford.
Niskanen tied it at 1 at 5:41 of the first on a bouncing shot from the right point that slipped between Niemi's pads.
Sharp's power-play score later in the first period, on a screened shot from the left circle, gave Chicago a 2-1 lead.
Toews' second goal, also on the power play, made it 3-1 less than two minutes into the second. He deflected in Campbell's drive from the top of the slot.
Lundqvist jammed in a rebound about six minutes later to cut it to 3-2. Skille drove to the net and made it 4-2 with a backhand shot with 7:06 left in the second.
Eriksson's deflection at 4:19 of the third cut it to 4-3.