Matt Cullen scored 90 seconds into the game and again in a shootout to lift the Minnesota Wild to a 3-2 victory over visiting Chicago on Wednesday, handing the Blackhawks their first loss in seven games this season.

Cullen's snap shot in the third round slipped between Corey Crawford's legs, and Patrick Sharp then hit the crossbar for Chicago. The Blackhawks and Sharks were the only teams to start 6-0 this year. The Wild improved to 4-1 at home.

Oilers 2, Coyotes 1: Nail Yakupov scored a power-play goal at 3:52 of overtime and visiting Edmonton fought back after giving up a goal late in regulation to beat Phoenix.

Phoenix's Nick Johnson had tied it on a power-play goal with 19 seconds left in regulation.

Canucks 3, Avalanche 0: Roberto Luongo made 24 saves for his first win of the season and host Vancouver beat Colorado. Luongo, who has been on the trading block since Cory Schneider replaced him as the Canucks' No. 1 goaltender, was rarely tested but still made some big saves in his 61st career shutout.

Coyotes: The prospective owner of the Coyotes is unlikely to complete a deal to buy the team from the NHL before a lease agreement with the City of Glendale expires, a league official told The Associated Press. Barring a last-minute change, former Sharks CEO Greg Jamison won't have the money or investors in place to meet the midnight Thursday deadline for the lease agreement, the official said on condition of anonymity because he wasn't authorized to discuss the situation.

Rangers: Team captain Ryan Callahan will be sidelined for 10 to 14 days after hurting his shoulder in New York's victory over Philadelphia on Tuesday.

Islanders: The NHL suspended New York forward Colin McDonald for two games after a boarding incident involving Pittsburgh defenseman Ben Lovejoy on Tuesday.

Former player sentenced: A former NHL player apologized in a Las Vegas courtroom before he was handcuffed and taken to prison for four to 15 years for sexually assaulting a girl over a four-year period. Relatives of the girl sobbed as Michael McBain apologized to Clark County District Court Judge David Barker and said he was ready to accept any sentence the judge imposed. McBain, 36, was a defenseman for the Tampa Bay Lightning from 1997-99. He played from 2003 to 2008 for the minor league Las Vegas Wranglers.