The Winnipeg Jets' losing skid has now stretched to six games, following a 4-2 loss to the New York Rangers at the MTS Centre on Friday night.

The match began with an eventful first frame in which both teams scored a combined four goals within the first 12 minutes of play.

The Rangers' Benoit Pouliot​ opened up scoring just 75 seconds into the game, assisted by Klein and Brad Richards.

The Jets answered just over a minute later with a goal by Dustin Byfuglien, who scored a snap shot assisted by Blake Wheeler and Tobias Enstrom.

That was followed less than a minute later by a wrist shot from Jets captain Andrew Ladd, assisted by Bryan Little and Michael Frolik.

However, Chris Kreider of the Rangers responded a wrist shot at 11:28 in the first, assisted by Derek Stepan and Dan Girardi, to tie the game up at 2-2.

The Rangers' Carl Hagelin scored 19:53 into the second period with a backhand shot, assisted by Martin St. Louis and Kevin Klein.