Jarome Iginla scored twice on similar one-timers, and the Calgary Flames beat the slumping Detroit Red Wings 4-1 on Thursday night.
Detroit has now lost six straight (0-5-1) after winning its first five of the season. The Red Wings held Calgary to 22 shots and managed only Danny Cleary's second-period goal off a strange bounce.
Lee Stempniak scored in the first period for the Flames, and Olli Jokinen added an empty-net goal off an assist from Iginla. Miikka Kiprusoff made 28 saves.
Detroit's scored just six goals in its last six games and were held under 31 shots for the first time this season.
With Calgary ahead 2-1 in the third, Kiprusoff denied Cleary, who was alone in front. About 20 seconds later, Iginla scored an insurance goal.
After a couple of Red Wings overskated the puck in the Detroit zone in an apparent miscommunication, Curtis Glencross came up with it for the Flames and found Iginla open in the left circle. The Calgary captain's one-timer made it 3-1.