Curtis Glencross had a goal and three assists, Jarome Iginla added a goal and two assists, and the Calgary Flames beat the New Jersey Devils 6-3 Tuesday night.
Jay Bouwmeester had a goal and an assist for Calgary, while Cory Sarich, T.J. Brodie and Lee Stempniak also scored as Calgary won its seventh straight at home and improved to 9-0-1 in the last 10 at Scotiabank Saddledome.
Miikka Kiprusoff made 35 saves, including 20 in the third period to preserve the Flames' win, and Olli Jokinen and Mikael Backlund had two assists each.
Adam Henrique and Ilya Kovalchuk each had a goal and an assist for the Devils, who snapped a two-game winning streak. Patrick Elias also scored and Zach Parise had two assists.
Martin Brodeur started in goal for the Devils, but was pulled at the 7:32 mark of the opening frame after allowing two goals on five shots. Johan Hedberg made just five saves on nine shots in a relief appearance and ended up taking the loss.
New Jersey outshot Calgary 38-14.
Bouwmeester gave the Flames a 1-0 lead at 5:54 of the first when his wrist shot through traffic found its way into the net behind Brodeur. It was Bouwmeester's first goal in 39 games.
Less than two minutes later, Sarich skated across the blue line and fired a slap shot over Brodeur's blocker and into the top corner. It was Sarich's first goal since March 23, and ended the veteran defenseman's 33-game goal-scoring drought.
Hedberg replaced Brodeur after that and didn't fare much better as he let in the first shot he faced. Olli Jokinen fed a nice backhanded cross-crease pass over to Glencross, who snapped a quick shot off Hedberg's skate and into the net.
Brodie then rifled a point shot past Hedberg on a Calgary power play to give the Flames a 4-0 lead through one period.
After Kovalchuk scored his team-leading 16th goal for the Devils with 5:12 to go in the second, Stempniak wired a shot from the slot through Hedberg's legs to put the Flames back up by four.
With the Devils short-handed late in the second, they pulled to 5-2 when Henrique finished off a 2-on-1 by converting a feed from Parise.
The Devils continued to press in the third period and were rewarded when Elias one-timed a pass from Kovalchuk by Kiprusoff during a New Jersey power play.
It took the Flames nearly nine minutes to get their first shot of the third period, but Iginla made the shot count as he fought for possession of the puck in the slot before snapping a shot past Hedberg.