Tickets to the Ottawa Senators

EventDateCity and Venue
Ottawa Senators vs. New York Rangers Sat. February 17, 2018
Ottawa, ON - Canadian Tire Centre
Nashville Predators vs. Ottawa Senators Mon. February 19, 2018
Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena
Chicago Blackhawks vs. Ottawa Senators Wed. February 21, 2018
Chicago, IL - United Center
Ottawa Senators vs. Tampa Bay Lightning Thu. February 22, 2018
Ottawa, ON - Canadian Tire Centre
Ottawa Senators vs. Philadelphia Flyers Sat. February 24, 2018
Ottawa, ON - Canadian Tire Centre
Washington Capitals vs. Ottawa Senators Tue. February 27, 2018
Washington, DC - Capital One Arena
Vegas Golden Knights vs. Ottawa Senators Fri. March 2, 2018
Las Vegas, NV - T-Mobile Arena
Arizona Coyotes vs. Ottawa Senators Sat. March 3, 2018
Glendale, AZ - Gila River Arena
Dallas Stars vs. Ottawa Senators Mon. March 5, 2018
Dallas, TX - American Airlines Center
Ottawa Senators vs. Buffalo Sabres Thu. March 8, 2018
Ottawa, ON - Canadian Tire Centre
Ottawa Senators vs. Calgary Flames Fri. March 9, 2018
Ottawa, ON - Canadian Tire Centre
Florida Panthers vs. Ottawa Senators Mon. March 12, 2018
Sunrise, FL - BB&T Center
Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Ottawa Senators Tue. March 13, 2018
Tampa, FL - Amalie Arena
Ottawa Senators vs. Dallas Stars Fri. March 16, 2018
Ottawa, ON - Canadian Tire Centre
Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Ottawa Senators Sat. March 17, 2018
Columbus, OH - Nationwide Arena
Ottawa Senators vs. Florida Panthers Tue. March 20, 2018
Ottawa, ON - Canadian Tire Centre
Ottawa Senators vs. Edmonton Oilers Thu. March 22, 2018
Ottawa, ON - Canadian Tire Centre
Ottawa Senators vs. Carolina Hurricanes Sat. March 24, 2018
Ottawa, ON - Canadian Tire Centre
Carolina Hurricanes vs. Ottawa Senators Mon. March 26, 2018
Raleigh, NC - PNC Arena
Ottawa Senators vs. New York Islanders Tue. March 27, 2018
Ottawa, ON - Canadian Tire Centre
Ottawa Senators vs. Florida Panthers Thu. March 29, 2018
Ottawa, ON - Canadian Tire Centre
Detroit Red Wings vs. Ottawa Senators Sat. March 31, 2018
Detroit, MI - Little Caesars Arena

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About The Ottawa Senators

Ottawa Senators Home:
Canadian Tire Centre
1000 Palladium Dr, Ottawa, ON K2V 1A5, Canada

The Ottawa Senators finished the 2006-2007 season with 105 points—the fourth season in-a-row the team finished with more than 100 points. The Senators of this era was led by goalie Ray Emery, defenseman Chris Phillips, and the "CASH Line" of Daniel Alfredsson, Jason Speeza, and Dany Heatley. In the playoffs the Sens defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins, New Jersey Devils, and Buffalo Sabres to advance to the team's first Stanley Cup Finals. It was the first time since 1927 that a team representing the city of Ottawa would play for the cup.

The team's improbable run captivated the entire city. Rallies were held, homes and cars were decked out in team colors, and businesses posted signs that read "Go Sens Go." All of Canada got behind the team even though their opponents had five more Canadian players. Despite all the support, the Senators were no match for the mighty Anaheim Ducks who knocked them out of the finals in five games.

Ottawa Senators tickets are sold to the Canadian Tire Centre (formerly Scotiabank Place) which is located in Kanata, a district of Ottawa, Ontario. The Sens are aligned in the Northeast Division of the Western Conference. Ottawa entered the league as an expansion team in 1990. However, there was an Ottawa Senators franchise founded in 1883. That team won the Stanley Cup 11 times before dissolving in 1934. The Senators have a fierce rivalry with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Their rivalry has been dubbed the "Battle of Ontario."

Some prominent Senators over the years include Alexei Yashin, Randy Cunneyworth, Radek Bonk, Mike Fisher, and Chris Phillips. As of 2010, Alfredsson is the franchise's leader in goals, assists, and points. Jacques Martin won 341 games as the Senators coach, the most wins in franchise history. In nine seasons with the Senators, Martin took the team to the playoffs eight times but it was Bryan Murray who coached the team to the 2007 Stanley Cup Finals.