Jackson Houck had two goals and an assist to pace Calgary offensively while Kale Clague, Tim McGauley and Duncan Campbell scored for the Wheat Kings.
It was a penalty-filled affair that saw the teams combine for 19 power-play chances (including five 5-on-3’s) and 118 penalty-minutes.
Brandon product Jordy Stallard had a goal and an assist for Calgary while Elkhorn’s Travis Sanheim added two assists for the Hitmen to run his point-streak to 12 games.
Cody Porter made 25 saves in the Calgary net while Logan Thompson stopped five of eight shots before being pulled 8:45 into the contest.
Jordan Papirny made 23 saves after entering the game.
The loss leaves Brandon with a six-point lead over second-place Prince Albert in the East Division standings and one point behind second-place Red Deer in the Eastern Conference standings.
The Wheat Kings conclude their stretch of seven straight road games Tuesday night when they visit the Moose Jaw Warriors (6:35 p.m. CST, 880 CKLQ).
Chaff...Brandon F Garrett Armour missed Sunday’s game after being suspended by the WHL for a checking-to-the-head major he was assessed in Saturday’s victory in Red Deer. The length of the suspension has yet to be determined...F Stelio Mattheos (upper body) re-joined Brandon’s injury list and sat out Sunday while F Linden McCorrister (upper body), F Tanner Kaspick (upper body) and F Connor Gutenberg (lower body) were Brandon’s other scratches...Brandon F John Quenneville played his 200th career game Sunday while D Ivan Provorov played in his 100th career game.