Cheered on by their usual boisterous fans in Phoenix, the Blackhawks outshot the Coyotes 17-4 in the first period.
"I hope that's a blip on the radar screen," Tippett said, "because there's a lot of stuff right there that is not going to be happening on our team."
Phoenix had seven penalties in the period, capped by a 10-minute misconduct against Keith Yandle for his behavior as he left the penalty box, where he had been placed for unsportsmanlike conduct 2 minutes earlier.
Stalberg started the Blackhawks' early onslaught, taking a slick assist from Andrew Shaw and backhanding the puck past Smith.
The Blackhawks scored three times in the final 5:08 of the period.
Chicago was 21 seconds into its first 5-on-3 advantage when Kane scored. Toews knocked the puck out of a scrum in front to Kane, who tapped it into an open net with Smith sprawled on the ice.
Bolland's goal with an assist from Kane made it 3-0 with 2:26 left in the first. Then, with another 5-on-3 edge, Kane knocked a left-handed one-timer inside the post and Chicago led 4-0 with 1:35 to go in the first.
Hanzal's fifth goal of the season, on a power play, 5:19 into the second ruined the shutout. But goals by Toews and, finally, Bickell from in front of the net on a centering pass from Stalberg, made it 6-1 and Tippett called it a night for Smith, who had given up one goal in the previous two games. He was sent to the bench in favor of Jason LaBarbera.
Torres and Mayers squared off 2:35 into the game. Then that story line evaporated in the face of the Chicago romp.
Torres' goal came with 1:25 to play.
NOTES: Chicago wraps up its season-high six-game road trip Sunday in Nashville. ... Kane is 13 short of 400 career points. ... Phoenix's Rostislav Klesla missed his ninth straight game with a lower-body injury. ... Kane entered third in the NHL in points (15). ... Smith has allowed 12 goals against Chicago and eight against every other team he's faced.