Justin Shugg helped push the Windsor Spitfires into the post-season Sunday afternoon.
Shugg scored twice as the Windsor Spitfires defeated the Sarnia Sting 4-1 in Ontario Hockey League play.
The victory clinched a playoff spot and gave the Spitfires 85 points, tops in the OHL this season.
Windsor is the second team in the league to earn a post-season berth. The Central Division-leading Barrie Colts also earned a spot this week.
Troy Passingham made 17 saves to pick up his league-leading 32nd win of the season.
The game marked the return of Adam Henrique to the Windsor lineup after he was suspended for five games. Zack Kassian continues to serve a 20-game suspension for his hit in a Jan. 14 game that left Barrie's Matt Kennedy with a concussion.
Greg Nemisz also missed the game with a groin injury.
Elsewhere in the OHL it was Sudbury 4 Brampton 3 (SO); Sault Ste. Marie 3 Mississauga 1; Kingston 5 Niagara 1 and Ottawa 6 Oshawa 2.
At Windsor, Ont., Stephen Johnson and Eric Wellwood had the other markers for Windsor (40-7-5).
Brandon Francisco was the lone scorer for Sarnia (14-35-3).
Wolves 4 Battalion 3 (SO)
At Brampton, Ont., John Kurtz lifted Sudbury to a shootout victory over the Battalion.
Frankie Corrado, Matias Sointu and Jared Staal scored in regulation for the Wolves (21-25-5).
Sean Jones, Scott Tanski and Philip Lane replied for Brampton (17-21-12).
Greyhounds 3 Majors 1
At Mississauga, Ont., Robin Lehner stopped 34 shots and Sault Ste. Marie scored once in each period for a victory over the Majors.
Dominic DeSando, Trevor Morbeck and Brett Thompson scored for the Greyhounds (26-20-5).
Dustin Ekelman was the lone scorer for Mississauga (33-12-5).
Frontenacs 5 IceDogs 1
At St. Catharines, Ont., Nathan Moon scored twice as Kingston topped Niagara.
Joe Pleckaitis had a goal and two assists for the Frontenacs (23-24-4), while Michael Farrell and Ethan Werek also tallied.
Matt Baldassarra had the only goal for the IceDogs (17-28-6).
67's 6 Generals 2
At Oshawa, Ont., Cody Lindsay had a goal and two assists and Ottawa scored three times on the power play.
Thomas Nesbitt scored twice for the 67's (26-18-7), who have now beaten the Generals (21-24-5) four out of five times this season.
Tyler Toffoli, Anthony Nigro and Steven Janes scored the other Ottawa goals.
Tyler Taylor and Conor Stokes replied for Oshawa.