The Lightning, 6-1-0 this season, have scored five or more goals in four consecutive games.
Tobias Enstrom, Paul Postma and Andrew Ladd scored third-period goals for Winnipeg, which has lost three in a row. The Jets were coming off a 6-3 loss at Florida on Thursday night in which the Panthers scored five third-period goals.
Conacher, Stamkos and Lecavalier all had first-period man-advantage goals as the Lightning, who started play with the NHL's fifth-best power play, grabbed a 3-0 lead. Winnipeg entered with the league's worst penalty-kill unit.
Stamkos has five goals and 14 points during a season-opening seven-game point streak.
RED WINGS 5, BLUES 3
The Blues' four-game winning streak was snapped.
Zetterberg scored the first two goals and set up Jonathan Ericsson's tying goal early in the third period. Detroit's captain missed practice on Thursday because he wasn't feeling well.
The rebuilding Red Wings had lost their season opener 6-0 at St. Louis.
HURRICANES 1, SENATORS 0
Ellis, making only his second start of the season in place of Cam Ward, earned his 13th career shutout and first since Nov. 9, 2010, against Toronto while he was with Tampa Bay.
Carolina (3-3-0) improved to 9-0-1 in its last 10 home games against the Senators.
Ottawa came in with a 5-1-1 record but struggled to generate many scoring chances. Jason Spezza underwent surgery on a herniated disc in his back and could be sidelined for up to two months.
Craig Anderson made 34 saves for Ottawa.
CAPITALS 3, FLYERS 2
Niklas Backstrom had a goal and an assist to help Washington (2-5-1) end a two-game skid.
Brouwer's third goal of the season at 3:57 of the third snapped a tie and put the Capitals ahead for good. He took a pass in the left circle from Mike Green and wristed a shot over goalie Ilya Bryzgalov's shoulder.
Bryzgalov stopped 23 shot for the Flyers.
STARS 4, COYOTES 3, SO
After netting four goals in the opener against Phoenix, the Stars had scored only nine times in the next six games before breaking out.
Phoenix trailed 2-0 and 3-2 before getting even in the third period. Radim Vrbata had the only goal for the Coyotes (2-4-2) in the shootout.
DUCKS 3, WILD 1
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Kyle Palmieri scored two goals on his 22nd birthday, breaking a tie early in the third period of Anaheim's victory over Minnesota.
Viktor Fasth made 26 saves in his second career victory for Anaheim, which dominated long stretches of play, yet couldn't get comfortable until Ryan's goal with 1:34 to play.
Palmieri produced his second multigoal performance in his 34th career NHL game.
CANUCKS 2, BLACKHAWKS 1, SO
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Jordan Schroeder scored in a shootout to lift Vancouver over Chicago.
Schroeder, who hasn't scored a traditional goal in the regular season, fired a low, hard shot that squeaked through the pads of goalie Corey Crawford.
Alex Edler scored in regulation for the Canucks (4-2-2).
Patrick Kane had the lone goal for the Blackhawks, who lost their second straight in a shootout after starting the season with six victories.
The Canucks had a 40-second, 5-on-3 power play in the third period, but didn't register a shot on goal.
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