It came down to the last day of the regular season but Michael Sgarbossa made sure that Tyler Toffoli of the Ottawa 67's wouldn't repeat as the OHL scoring champion.
The 19-year-old centreman scored three times and set up one more as the Sudbury Wolves downed the host Kingston Frontenacs 5-1 on Sunday afternoon in Ontario Hockey League action.
Sgarbossa's total of 47 goals and 102 points in 66 games secures him the Eddie Powers Memorial trophy as he finished two points ahead of Toffoli, who won the award last season after scoring 108 points in 68 games.
Toffoli lead the league in scoring for much of this season but Sgarbossa went on a late-season streak scoring 46 points in his final 25 games.
Derek Schoenmakers had a goal and an assist for the Wolves (36-26-6), who finish the season as the Eastern Conference's fifth seed, Michael MacDonald scored a single goal while Nathan Pancel chipped in with two asissts.
Cody Alcock scored the lone goal for the last-place Frontenacs (19-41-8), who finished the year losers of their last eight contests.
Johan Mattsson made 41 saves for the win while Igor Bobkov turned away 21 shots in a losing effort.
Sudbury went 2 for 5 on the power play as Kingston scored once on five chances with the man advantage.
The Wolves will open the post season against the fourth-seeded Brampton Battalion.
Elsewhere in the OHL, it was: Brampton 4, Ottawa 3; Niagara 2, Mississauga 0; Peterborough Oshawa; Kitchener Sault Ste. Marie.
At Kingston, Ont., Schoenmakers scored the only goal of the first period and it came at 18:40 to give Sudbury a 1-0 lead after 20 minutes of play.
Sgarbossa doubles his club's lead with a power-play goal at 10:28 of the second but Alcock responded three minutes later on the man advantage for the Frontenacs.
Sgarbossa added another power-play goal at 16:20 to make it 3-1 Wolves heading into the final period.
MacDonald made it a three-goal game at 8:57 of the third and Sgarbossa completed the hat trick at 18:34.
Battalion 4 67's 3
At Brampton, Ont., Michael Nishi made 41 saves in net for the 67's (40-20-8) but Mitchell Porowski scored the winning goal early in the third period for the Battalion (36-22-10).
IceDogs 2 Majors 0
At Mississauga, Ont., Christopher Festarini turned away 14 to shots to earn his first OHL shutout as Niagara (47-18-3) blanked the Majors (33-28-7) to enter post-season play on a five-game winning streak.
Petes 8 Generals 6
At Oshawa, Ont., Andrew Yogan scored four times and set up one more as Peterbrough (27-34-7) ended their regular season with a win over the Generals (31-30-7), but will still miss the playoffs for the second straight year.
Greyhounds 5, Rangers 2
At Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., David Broll had a goal and two assists as the Greyhounds (29-33-6) beat the Kitchener Rangers.