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SARNIA, Ont. - Connor Chatham scored once and set up three more and Aaron Luchuk had a pair of goals as the Windsor Spitfires ended their Ontario Hockey League regular season with a 6-3 victory over the Sarnia Sting on Sunday.
Andrew Burns, Jalen Chatfield and Mikhail Sergachev also scored for the Spitfires (40-21-7), who claimed the fifth seed in West and will face the Kitchener Rangers in Round 1 of the post-season.
Brandon Lindberg, Matt Mistele and Anthony Salinitri supplied the offence for the Sting (42-19-7), who had their six-game win streak snapped. Sarnia still earned the No. 2 spot in West and will face the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds to open the playoffs.
Windsor's Mario Culina made 35 saves for the win as Aidan Hughes stopped 30-of-36 shots for Sarnia.
The Spitfires went 0 for 2 on the power play while the Sting scored twice on four chances with the man advantage.
BATTALION 3 COLTS 2 (SO)
NORTH BAY, Ont. — Cam Dineen scored in the fifth round of a shootout and Jake Smith made 24 saves as the Battalion edged Barrie.
Mathew Santos scored twice for North Bay (35-23-10), which finished the season third in the East and will face Peterborough in the opening round of the playoffs.
Ben Hawerchuk and Anthony Stefano replied for the Colts (43-22-3), who finished second in the East and will meet Mississauga. David Ovsjannikov stopped 40 shots in defeat.
ICEDOGS 3 STEELHEADS 0
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Stephen Dhillon made 31 saves as Niagara blanked the Steelheads.
Johnny Corneil, Brendan Perlini and Pavel Jenys scored for the IceDogs (35-36-7), who finshed fourth in the East and will face Ottawa in the first round of the playoffs.
Jack Flinn made 21 stops for the Steelheads (33-30-5), who finished seventh in the East.
GREYHOUNDS 8 STORM 3
SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Blake Speers had two goals and two assists and Brandon Halverson made 17 saves as the Greyhounds ended the season with a rout of Guelph.
Tim Gettinger also scored twice for Sault Ste. Marie (33-27-8), which grabbed the seventh seed in the West. Liam Hawel, Conor Timmins, Bryce Yetman and Medric Mercier provided the other goals.
James McEwan, Garrett McFadden and Matthew Hotchkiss scored for Guelph (13-49-6), which finished the season in last place. Bradley Van Schubert stopped 35-of-43 shots in defeat.
67's 4 GENERALS 2
OSHAWA, Ont. — Liam Herbst stopped 22 shots and Hudson Wilson's first goal of the season stood up as the winner as Ottawa doubled up the Generals.
David Pearce, Nathan Todd and Artur Tyanulin also found the back of the net for the 67's (36-29-3), who finished as the fifth seed in the East.
Riley Stillman and Domenic Commisso scored for Oshawa (27-33-8), which squeezed in as the eighth seed in the East and will play top-seeded Kingston in the first round of the playoffs.