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Stars On Ice Hamilton

A star-studded Stars On Ice show landed at First Ontario Centre in Hamilton Saturday for one show. Over 15,000 appreciative spectators crammed the rink to see stars from Patrick Chan, to Elvis Stojko, to Virtue and Moir. Here’s a look. – Barry Gray

Stars on Ice show at First Ontario Centre. Ice dancers Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje gesture to members of the audience during their first number.

Stars on Ice show at First Ontario Centre. Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford perform during the opening number.

Stars on Ice show at First Ontario Centre. Canadian womens skater Gabrielle Daleman performs.

Stars on Ice show at First Ontario Centre. Olympic gold medalist Tessa Virtue takes to the ice to start the show.

Stars on Ice show at First Ontario Centre. Scott Moir, centre, one half of Olympic gold medalists Virtue and Moir.

Stars on Ice show at First Ontario Centre. Men’s champion Patrick Chan, centre, during the opening number.

Stars on Ice show at First Ontario Centre. Gabrielle Daleman performs a jump.

Stars on Ice show at First Ontario Centre. Canadian womens skater Gabrielle Daleman performs.

Stars on Ice show at First Ontario Centre. Canadian pair Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje perform.

Stars on Ice show at First Ontario Centre. Canadian pair Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje perform.

Stars on Ice show at First Ontario Centre. From left, Scott Moir, Tessa Virtue and Gabrielle Daleman during the opening number.

Stars on Ice show at First Ontario Centre. From left, skaters Kaetlyn Osmond, Tessa Virtue and Gabrielle Daleman perform during the opening number.

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Brebeuf Over St. Thomas More 15-7 in Girls’ Rugby.

Brebeuf’s Alaere Otoru scrambles with the ball with St Thomas More’s Fatouh Soumeh in pursuit.

St Thomas More’s Kendall Stallard tries to get a grip on Brebeuf Janice Amponsah.

 

Brebeuf’s Hannah Smith goes down hard to secure possession of the ball.

Brebeuf’s Hannah Smith tackles St Thomas More’s Fatouh Soumeh.

Brebeuf’s Hannah Smith tackles St Thomas More’s Fatouh Soumeh.

Brebeuf’s Hannah Smith looses her grip on the ball.

St Thomas More’s Isabella Menna keeps a grip on the ball as Brebeuf’s Brittany Hutchinson reaches in to take it from her.

Brebeuf’s Brittany Hutchinson moves in to take the ball.

Brebeuf’s Janice Amponsah is tackled by St Thomas More’s Naomi Uzzi.

Brebeuf’s Hannah Smith passes the ball as she is tackled.


SJB’s Janice Amponsah in the end zone delivers her teams third try. Brebeuf won the game 15-7 during their first game of the season. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator

 

Grant Ave. Fire

Fire broke out at 34 Grant Ave. just after 4:30 Monday, and spread to the adjacent homes on either side. Multiple units responded and battled the stubborn blaze, which billowed smoke into the air. Here’s a look.¬† – Barry Gray

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Bulldogs Win Eastern Conference Championship.

Bulldog’s Ryan Moore comes close in the crease with a goal scoring attempt on Kingston goalie Jeremy Helvig. Kingston was up 1-0 after first period action with the Hamilton Bulldogs in game 5 at First Ontario Centre.

Hamilton’s Will Bitten goes flying over Frontenac’s Sean Day during first period action.

Bulldog’s Isaac Nurse watches as the teams second period goal finds the back of the Kingston net. Hamilton tied up the game 1-1 after two periods of action with the during game 5 at First Ontario Centre.

Bulldogs celebrate their first goal during the second period at First Ontario Centre Thursday night. The goal tied up the game 1-1 with Kingston.

¬†Frontenac’s goalie Jeremy Helvig fends off Hamilton Bulldog’s forward Marian Studenic during second period action at First Ontario Centre Thursday night.

Frontenac’s Max Jones picks up a roughing penalty shoving Bulldog’s Robert Thomas into his own net and taking out Kingston goalie Jeremy Helvig at the same time during second period action at First Ontario Centre Thursday night.

Hamilton Bulldogs celebrate their 2-1 win over the Kingston Frontenac to win the Eastern Conference Championship Thursday night at First Ontario Centre.

Hamilton Bulldog’s owner Michael Andlauer and president Steve Staios congratulate players following their Eastern Conference Championship win Thursday night.

Hamilton Bulldogs gather around the Bobby Orr Trophy after winning the Eastern Conference Championship. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator

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