SUDBURY, Ont. - Michael Sgarbossa scored a goal and two assists as the Sudbury Wolves won 4-1 over the Peterborough Petes in Ontario Hockey League action on Saturday.
Sgarbossa's three points moves him into sole possession of the OHL scoring race, at 92 points.
Michael MacDonald, Nathan Pancel, with two assists, and Andrey Kuchin also scored for Sudbury (33-23-5).
Forward Andrew Yogan scored a goal for Peterborough (26-30-7).
Sudbury opened the scoring at the 1:08 mark of the first when Sgarbossa sent a tape-to-tape pass across to Kuchin, who buried a high one-timer.
The Wolves extended their lead at the 10:13 mark of the first, as a Justin Sefton slapshot ricocheted onto the stick of MacDonald in front of the net.
Peterborough got on the board 11:29 into the second when Yogan put a wrister down off the crossbar to score on the power play.
Sudbury added another goal at the 1:40 mark of the third when Pancel scored a tap-in on the doorstep.
With 54 seconds left, Sgarbossa added a power-play empty-netter.
Wolves goalie Johan Mattsson finished with 46 saves, while Petes goalie Andrew D'Agostini stopped 40.
Peterborough went 1-for-5 on the power play, while the Wolves were 1-for-3 with the man advantage.