Students get loud at Hamilton Bulldogs School Day game

About 12,000 students from all around the city filed into Copps Coliseum for a rare daytime game against the Rochester Americans. The game, unfortunately didn't turn out the way many young fans wanted.

A 3-1 win for the Rochester Americans was not the outcome students attending the Hamilton Bulldogs School Day game were hoping for.

About 12,000 students from around the city filled Copps Coliseum for the 10 a.m. puck drop. There was lots of screaming, boos for the visiting team and lots of cheering for the Bulldogs' lone goal. Nearly 95 dB worth of noise.

Here's a look at game day in pictures.


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