Rookie winger Alex DeBrincat scored his 48th and 49th goals of the season, and added an assist for his 97th point, to lead the Erie Otters to their 48th win of the season Thursday, a 7-4 victory at Windsor.

DeBrincat needs one goal and three points in the final two regular-season games to become the first rookie and second player in franchise history to reach the 50-goal and 100-point marks.

The Otters (48-14-2-2) needed to overcome a 4-3 second-period deficit with a three-goal third period.

Erie has two games left in the regular season, at Plymouth Saturday and at Niagara on Sunday afternoon.

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