Mason Raymond had a goal and two assists as the Calgary Flames handed the Winnipeg Jets their fourth straight loss with a 4-1 victory on Sunday.
Dennis Wideman, Johnny Gaudreau and Raymond scored on Ondrej Pavelec in a span of six minutes and 42 seconds in the second period as Calgary (4-3-0) finished a six-game road trip with a fourth win away from home.
T.J. Brodie scored Calgary's other goal to add to his career-high six-game point streak. Wideman and Gaudreau, who was benched for the last game, also each had an assist.
Flames netminder Jonas Hiller stopped 34 shots, only letting Mark Scheifele score in the first period for Winnipeg (1-4-0).
Pavelec faced 29 shots.
It was the second game of a five-game homestand for Winnipeg, which hosts Carolina on Tuesday.
The Flames return home for five games, beginning Tuesday against Tampa Bay.
Scheifele scored his first goal of the season after Mathieu Perreault passed the puck from behind the net to Blake Wheeler at the right side. Wheeler then sent it across to Scheifele for a high shot into the side of the net at 10:28 of the first.
After opening their season with a 6-2 win over Arizona, the Jets have only scored two goals in their four-game losing skid.
Winnipeg had a goal reviewed and disallowed earlier in the first when defenceman Anthony Peluso rifled a shot that hit the crossbar and then the post.
Calgary had a good chance to score early in the opening period when the Jets were on a power play, but Pavelec stopped Joe Colborne's breakaway shot.
The Jets, who haven't scored on a power play this season, got a second chance with the extra man, but the only moment that drew noise from the crowd was when defenceman Tobias Enstrom broke his stick on an attempted one-timer.
Winnipeg outshot the Flames 13-6 in the opening period, but it was Calgary that came out with a hot stick after the break.
The Flames tied the game at 6:12 of the second period after the Jets turned the puck over in their own end and Wideman took a shot from the high slot that got by Pavelec, who appeared to be screened.
Winnipeg was called for too many men on the ice, leading to Gaudreau's first goal of the season on the power play with a wrap-around at 10:12.
It was the first power-play goal Winnipeg has given up this season in 19 penalty-kill situations.
Raymond followed up with his fifth goal of the season off a high wrist shot at 12:54 to make it 3-1.
The Flames had 18 shots in the middle period and were outshooting the Jets 24-23 heading into the third.
Brodie made it 4-1 at 3:18 when he put a rebound high past Pavelec.
Jets captain Andrew Ladd had a breakaway during a Flames' power play, but couldn't get off a shot.
Calgary was 1 for 3 on the power play and Winnipeg 0 for 2.