The Sarnia Sting ended their regular season on a high note with a surprising victory.
JC Campagna scored twice and added an assist as the Sting shocked the Windsor Spitfires 8-3 in Ontario Hockey League action Saturday night.
Sarnia finished the season with the worst record in the OHL, winning only 17 games and earning a total of 39 points. The Sting last won on Feb. 19 in a 5-0 rout of the Owen Sound Attack.
Windsor is the top seed in the Western Conference and are the reigning Memorial Cup champions.
Elsewhere in the OHL it was: Erie 8 London 3; Niagara 8 Belleville 1; Peterborough 10 Oshawa 3; Saginaw 3 Kitchener 0; Barrie 4 Kingston 2 and Guelph 3 Owen Sound 0.
At Sarnia, Ont., Kale Kerbashian had a goal and two assists for the Sting (17-46-5), while Daniel Broussard, Nathan Chiarlitti, Braden Kavaratzis, Peter Stevens and Miroslav Preisinger added goals.
Otters 8 Knights 3
At Erie, Pa., Anthony Luciani's hat trick led the way as the Otters downed London.
Michael MacDonald scored twice for the Knights (49-16-3), while Justin Taylor had a goal.
IceDogs 8 Bulls 1
At St. Catharines, Ont., Freddie Hamilton scored twice and added three assists as Niagara crushed Belleville.
Richard Panik was the only scorer for the Bulls (20-40-8).
Petes 10 Generals 3
At Peterborough, Ont., Matt Puempel had a hat trick and three assists as the Petes rocked Oshawa.
Pat Daley scored twice and added four assists for Peterborough (29-35-4), while Joey West had a pair of goals. Austin Watson scored and had five helpers, while Luke Hietkamp and Jamie Doornbosch also scored.
Jimmy McDowell opened scoring for Oshawa (24-39-5) with a power-play marker 1:53 into the first period. Tyler Taylor and Jeff Hayes had the other goals for the Generals.
Spirit 3 Rangers 0
At Saginaw, Mich., Edward Pasquale turned aside 38 shots as the Spirit blanked Kitchener.
Anthony Camara and Ivan Telegin scored for Saginaw (33-27-7), while Michael Sgarbossa had an empty net goal for some insurance.
Mike Morrison made 29 saves for Kitchener (41-19-7).
Colts 4 Frontenacs 2
Bryan Cameron's goal staked Barrie (57-9-2) to a 3-0 lead until mid-way through the third period. Taylor Carnevale also scored.
Storm 3 Attack 0
At Owen Sound, Ont., Brandon Foote stopped all 41 shots he faced as Guelph dropped the Attack.
Jordan Binnington made 27 saves for Owen Sound (27-33-8).