Jets suffer their third consecutive loss. Jarry’s strong play and balanced attack is behind the Penguins’ win.

Tristan Jarry led the Pittsburgh Penguins to their third straight victory Monday. But this time, he scored in a 3-1 win against the Winnipeg Jets.

Jarry saved 30 shots for the win. This victory followed a pair against Montreal and Toronto.

At 3:33 in the third period, Danton Heinen scored a goal that gave the Penguins the lead. Jason Zucker, Jake Guentzel and an empty-netter had also scored goals for Penguins (8-6-4), who were at the end of a three game Canadian road trip.

Dominic Toninato scored for Jets (9-5-4), which have lost three straight (0-1).

Connor Hellebuyck recorded 33 saves for Winnipeg. This season, Winnipeg is 7-2 at Canada Life Centre.

Winnipeg led 1-0 in the first period. The game was tied at 1-1 after the second.

Jarry took Toninato out of the game in the first period. But Jarry ended Toninato’s shutout streak at 10 minutes 27. Jarry grabbed a loose puck and fired a low shot.

Winnipeg beat the visitors 11-5 in their first half. They were leading a power play into the second period after Penguins defenseman Marcus Pettersson was called in for interference with 22 seconds remaining in the period.

The Jets had one shot at the man advantage. However, Pittsburgh forward Teddy Blueger made a short-handed attempt on Hellebuyck which bounced off of the netminder.

In the middle period, Pittsburgh was involved in two power plays.

Hellebuyck had a Guentzel shot and was the only visitor to have that shot.

Zucker then scored six second after the second powerplay ended with a high-shot that beat Hellebuyck on glove side at 14.29.

The Jets had a late-game power play but couldn’t get the lead. Each team had 14 shots on goal during the second.

Penguins end it in the third period

Hellebuyck was tested during the third period. In the first minute, he stopped three Pittsburgh shots.

He was defeated by a rebound.

Chad Ruhwedel attempted a point shot, but Heinen skated to front of net and scored the rebound at 3:33.

Kyle Connor, Jets’ leading scorer had a breakaway but lost the puck control and couldn’t get any zip to his shot.

Guentzel defeated Mark Scheifele with the puck at 17:45 for a wraparound empty goal. Jarry received an assist. Guentzel is currently on a six game point streak, scoring five goals and assisting two more.

Winnipeg embarks on a three-game road trip that starts Wednesday in Columbus. The same night, Pittsburgh hosts Vancouver.