Adam Boqvist scored the go-ahead goal with 10:13 remaining in the third period, and goaltender Corey Crawford stopped 19 of 21 shots to lift the host Chicago Blackhawks to a 4-2 victory against the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday night.Making his first start in nearly two weeks, Crawford earned his first victory since Dec. 6 as he spelled Robin Lehner, who is day-to-day with a right knee injury after making the past four starts for Chicago.Boqvist capped Chicago’s comeback from an early 2-0 deficit with his second goal of the season, maneuvering around Red Wings center Darren Helm and beating Detroit goaltender Jimmy Howard with a wrist shot from the slot. The Red Wings, who lost for the eighth time in nine games, also lost defenseman Trevor Daley earlier in the play, as he left the ice after taking a shot to his ankle.Dominik Kubalik added an empty-net goal for the Blackhawks at 19:40 of the third. Chicago has won four of five and six of eight.Crawford steadied himself after a rocky start that included allowing a power-play goal off the stick of Filip Zadina at 3:21 of the first period. Detroit extended its lead to 2-0 as Luke Glendening redirected a blast from the point at 16:53, moments after the Blackhawks were unable to get the puck out when another Red Wings power-play opportunity expired.Chicago tied the game with a pair of second-period goals 45 seconds apart. Dylan Strome opened the scoring at 15:07 on a feed from Alex DeBrincat, helping the Blackhawks capitalize after controlling possession for an extended stretch.