The Arizona Coyotes found their offense Monday night.

Facing the Blackhawks, the last-place Coyotes rallied for a season-high performance in a 6-1 romp over Chicago.

Arizona led 2-0 entering the second frame before Alex DeBrincat replied for the Blackhawks. However, Coyotes blue-liner Alex Goligoski quickly regained Arizona's two-goal margin.

Blackhawks netminder Anton Forsberg was chased after the third goal. He finished the night with just 10 saves and was replaced by Jeff Glass.

Wingers Max Domi and Tobias Rieder also chipped in on the Coyotes' offense, with both players snapping goal droughts that had extended into the double-digits prior to Monday's contest.

Arizona scored five goals in a game three times this season prior to Monday's win over the Blackhawks.

Undefeated in regulation in their past three games, the Coyotes will look to build on that when they face the San Jose Sharks on Tuesday.

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