PHILADELPHIA -- Jordan Hall scored his second goal of the game 1:01 into overtime as Philadelphia edged the Toronto Rock 10-9 on Saturday, clinching a National Lacrosse League playoff spot for the Wings.
Brendan Mundorf scored twice and added four assists for Philadelphia (7-8), while Kevin Buchanan had two goals and two assists. Paul Rabil, Kevin Crowley, Kyle Hartzell and Mike Manley also scored for the Wings.
Brandon Miller made 48 saves for the win.
Josh Sanderson's hat trick led Toronto (10-6), which had already clinched first in the NLL's East division. Kasey Beirnes had a pair of goals and an assist, while Colin Doyle, Damon Edwards, Blaine Manning and Bill Greer chipped in as well.
Nick Rose stopped 28 shots for the Rock.
Toronto's Garrett Billings was held without a goal despite taking 13 shots. He did, however, break the 100-point mark on the season with two assists, finishing the regular season with 30 goals and 70 assists.
The Rock scored on their one power play, but Philadelphia could not score on its one man advantage.
The Wings have one more regular-season game, facing the Washington Stealth on April 20.