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COVID-19 pandemic puts end to season for Express and NBL of Canada

Three weeks after suspending play, the NBL of Canada finally conceded that it would be unable to complete the 2019-20 season.

In a unanimous vote by the league’s board of governors, the NBL of Canada announced Wednesday it has cancelled the remainder of the season and playoffs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 260 more words


Spitfires, Express pause season as leagues react to COVID-19 pandemic with others set to follow

In Leamington, the junior B Flyers began a semifinal playoff series on Thursday while the St. Clair Saints men’s team and women’s team were in action in Ancaster for the OCAA indoor soccer championships. 695 more words

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Local roundup: Green Griffins earn OFSAA berth in boys' AA basketball

The Herman Green Griffins clinched a spot at the OFSAA boys’ AA basketball championship by taking the SWOSSAA senior title with a 78-44 win over the Sarnia Great Lakes Wolfpack at home on Monday. 709 more words


Express watch 14-point lead disappear in fourth quarter in loss to Lightning

Even the opposition head coach felt badly for the fate of the Windsor Express on Wednesday.

Windsor watched a 14-point lead disappear in the fourth quarter in a 125-121 loss to the London Lightning at the WFCU Centre. 377 more words

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Local roundup: Vipers and Flyers set to begin playoffs

The LaSalle Vipers and Leamington Flyers both closed out regular-season play in the Western Conference of the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League with a loss. 468 more words


Express fret about missed opportunity to deliver a win for fans

The Windsor Express missed an opportunity far bigger than two points on Monday.

A crowd of 4,136 at the WFCU Centre was the largest in years to see the Express play thanks to free admission courtesy of several local unions and community groups. 465 more words

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Double OT does in the London Lightning against the K-W Titans

Any season has its ebbs and flows.

The London Lightning had a nine-game flow going on their home court after going 9-0 at Budweiser Gardens to start the season. 390 more words