The Blue Jackets have lost their identity since leaving Nationwide Arena. First the forecheck faded, now the tight-checking has checked out.

Last night, though, the Blue Jackets took advantage of a shell-shocked Calgary Flames team and got away with sloppy play, winning 6-4 before 19,289 at the Scotiabank Saddledome.

Mark Letestu, Vinny Prospal, Matt Calvert, Derick Brassard, Ryan Johansen and R.J. Umberger scored for the Blue Jackets, who scored only 22 goals in their first 14 road games but have 10 in the past two. They lost 6-4 to Edmonton on Wednesday.

“It’s a huge two points for us,” Prospal said. “A big win, a big team win for us. Calgary has played great at home. It’s a team that’s below us in the standings, and we had to make sure they didn’t take our points away.”

Defenseman Dalton Prout had a plus-4 rating, matching a franchise record. Prospal, who also had an assist, had a plus-3 rating. Goaltender Steve Mason got a rare start in place of Sergei Bobrovsky. Mason looked shaky at times but finished with 29 saves to earn his first win since Feb. 11.

“We had to salvage the road trip,” defenseman Jack Johnson said. “We needed two points for this to be even an OK road trip.”

The Flames had won eight straight games at their home arena, and the Blue Jackets had only three wins in 15 road games coming in. The game marked the start of the post-Jarome Iginla era in Calgary after the Flames traded their longtime captain on Wednesday to Pittsburgh. Iginla was honored with a brief video tribute on the scoreboard midway through the first period, and it drew a standing ovation.