The Wranglers fired 40 shots on net in Bakersfield but fell to the Condors 4-2 at Mechanics Banks Arena on Wednesday night.
They have now dropped their last four contests.
Emilio Pettersen had a goal and an assist for Calgary, Mitch McLain notched his fifth tally of the season, while Mark Pysyk registered his first point as a member of the Wranglers. (1a).
Dustin Wolf (10-4-0-2) was between the pipes for his first start with the Wranglers since his recall stint with the Flames, making 27 saves.
The Condors opened the scoring 1:09 into the first period when Ty Tullio pounced on a loose puck at the side of the Wranglers net and jammed it through the pads of Wolf. 1-0.
Bakersfield added to their lead on the powerplay at the 5:08 mark when Seth Griffith found a wide-open Drake Caggiula, who slid the puck to the backhand and into the net.
2-0 Condors at the break.
At the 2:39 mark of the second period, Carter Savoie rushed towards the net with the puck and sent a pass to Jayden Grubbe, who redirected the puck past Wolf to extend the Condors’ lead to three.
The Wranglers would cut into the lead, however, on the powerplay at 10:07, as Rory Kerins fired a back-door pass through the seam to Pettersen who chipped the puck past Olivier Rodrigue and into the net.
In the late stages of the period, Caggiula was issued a five-minute major penalty for elbowing, plus a game misconduct, giving the Wranglers an extended powerplay which carried over into the final frame.
In the third, on the same man-advantage, Pettersen sent a shot-pass across the crease finding McLain at the side of the net, who went down to one knee and redirected the puck past Rodrigue. (1:01)