Express Turns Off The Power

(OSHAWA, ON) – The Express take victory over Oshawa Power last night 113-103. It was Windsor’s first win in four attempts against their Central Division foes. The Express started early, taking a 24-10 lead out of the gate, before winning the first quarter 30-26.

imageLester Prosper scored the team’s first seven points and finished with nine for the game.

Mike Helms followed up with 23 points for the contest, Chris Commons posted 19 and Kevin Loiselle grabbed a game high 12 rebounds.

Oshawa took a 57-54 advantage into halftime, but Windsor outscored the Power 32-18 to regain a lead they would never relinquish.

Darren Duncan dropped 11 of his game high 30 points in the fourth quarter as Windsor (7-10) downed Oshawa (10-7) 113-103.

The Express now prepare for back-to-back games against the league leading London Lightning.

The 401 Rivalry resumes on December 29th when London revisits the Express at the WFCU Centre at 7PM.

Click here to get your tickets. As always, 13 and under are free with each paying Adult.


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