Defenseman James Wisniewski had an empty-net goal in the final minute and added an assist in his first time back from a 17-game absence because of an ankle injury. Rick Nash assisted on both of Umberger's goals to give the NHL-worst Blue Jackets their second win this week against the Wild.
Devin Setoguchi had a goal for the second straight game for Minnesota.
COYOTES 3, BLACKHAWKS 0
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Mike Smith stopped 38 shots for his third shutout this season and the Phoenix Coyotes beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-0 Saturday night.
Radim Vrbata, Boyd Gordon and Kyle Chipchura scored for the Coyotes, who won their fifth straight to pull within three points of Chicago in the Western Conference standings.
Phoenix stands in eighth place in the West, just two points ahead of Colorado, which lost to St. Louis 3-2 in overtime earlier Saturday.
The Blackhawks lost their eighth straight overall — their longest skid since the 2007-08 season — and 10th in a row on the road. Chicago's last win came with a 3-1 victory over Florida on Jan. 20.
BLUES 3, AVALANCHE 2 (OT)
ST. LOUIS — Carlo Colaiacovo scored 3:18 into overtime to give the St. Louis Blues a 3-2 win over the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday night.
David Perron added two goals and an assist as the Blues won for the fourth time in five games and improved to 15-0-3 in their last 18 at home. St. Louis, which is among the NHL's best home teams at 23-3-4, has recorded at least one point in a franchise-record 18 straight games overall.
Shane O'Brien and Erik Johnson scored for the Avalanche, who snapped a two-game winning streak with their sixth loss in eight games.
Colaiacovo tipped in a shot from Patrik Berglund to help the Blues improve to 5-7 in overtime games.
FLAMES 3, CANUCKS 2 (SO)
CALGARY — Jarome Iginla scored the shootout winner and Calgary beat Vancouver to earn an important two points.
The shootout was tied through two rounds, with Olli Jokinen scoring for Calgary and Alex Burrows replying for Vancouver, which set the stage for Iginla — the Flames' captain and all-time leading scorer.
Iginla put the Flames ahead when he faked a shot, drew it around Roberto Luongo and jammed it in while he was falling. Miikka Kiprusoff denied Mason Raymond to clinch the victory.
Mike Cammalleri and rookie Roman Horak scored for Calgary.
Cody Hodgson and David Booth scored as Vancouver closed a 3-0-1 road trip.
PENGUINS 8, JETS 5
PITTSBURGH — Evgeni Malkin added to his NHL-leading point total, registering a goal and four assists as Pittsburgh rolled past Winnipeg.
Kris Letang scored twice and had an assist for the Penguins. Richard Park notched his 100th career NHL goal, and Jordan Staal scored in his first game after missing more than a month with a left knee injury.
James Neal, Chris Kunitz and Dustin Jeffery also scored for the Penguins, who erased an early 2-0 deficit and won their fifth straight home game.
Tim Stapleton, Dustin Byfuglien and Bryan Little all had a goal and an assist for the Jets, but Winnipeg couldn't keep up when the Penguins got going. Ondrej Pavelec stopped just 31 of 39 shots and fell to 1-9 against Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh's Marc-Andre Fleury wasn't much sharper, stopping 20 of 25 shots.
OILERS 4, SENATORS 3 (OT)
OTTAWA — Taylor Hall scored 17 seconds into overtime as Edmonton snapped a two-game losing streak by beating Ottawa.
Hall backhanded a rebound past Craig Anderson for his 19th goal as Edmonton improved to 5-2-1 in its last eight games.
Magnus Paajarvi scored his first goal of the season and assisted on Shawn Horcoff's tally 42 seconds into the third. Horcoff also assisted on Hall's goal.
Nikolai Khabibulin made 39 saves, and Ben Eager also scored for Edmonton.
Erik Karlsson had a goal and an assist for Ottawa, and Jason Spezza had two assists. Daniel Alfredsson and Milan Michalek also scored for the Senators, who have lost eight of nine (1-7-1).
Anderson stopped 36 shots in his NHL-leading 50th start this season.
CANADIENS 5, MAPLE LEAFS 0
TORONTO — Carey Price turned aside 32 shots, and the Montreal Canadiens hammered Toronto 5-0 on Saturday night after the Maple Leafs retired the number of long time former captain Mats Sundin.
It was the third straight loss for the Maple Leafs, who remained in eighth place in the Eastern Conference. Montreal has won four in a row and is seven points back of the postseason cutoff.
Erik Cole, Rene Bourque, Max Pacioretty, Lars Eller and Mathieu Darche scored goals for the Canadiens (23-24-9).
The Maple Leafs (28-22-6) absorbed their worst loss since being beaten 7-0 by Boston on Nov. 5.