Perry Turnbull and Bengt Lundholm scored third-period goals last night in Pittsburgh to give the Winnipeg Jets a 6-4 victory over the Penguins in an NHL game interrupted by a second-period bench-clearing brawl precipitated by an injury to the Penguins' rookie star Mario Lemieux. The Jets' Jim Kyte punched Lemieux, who suffered a slight concussion and did not return. Kyte was ejected, as were Pittsburgh's Gary Rissling and Bryan Maxwell.

In other games: Danny Gare and Reed Larson each scored three goals and John Ogrodnick added a pair as Detroit beat visiting Vancouver, 11-4; St. Louis beat visiting Buffalo, 3-1, as goalie Greg Millen, playing for the first time since his trade from Hartford, stopped 33 of 34 shots; Bob Gainey scored twice for Montreal, which won at Edmonton, 4-1; goalie Tim Bernhardt made spectacular saves for Toronto, which beat visiting Minnesota, 6-1; Al Secord scored twice for Chicago in the 6-3 decision over visiting New Jersey; Lanny McDonald scored twice in the final 37 seconds for host Calgary, which beat the New York Islanders, 3-1, and Peter Stastny scored the game-winner and added two assists as Quebec won in Los Angeles, 5-2.