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Ottawa Senators Tickets

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Canadian Tire Centre is now a cashless environment. Please plan on using Visa, MC, AMEX or debit. Bags/purses are restricted to 4" x 6" x 1.5". Exceptions include diaper bags and medical device bags, which must be inspected prior to entry.

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Ottawa Senators History

The original Ottawa Senators were founded in 1883 and were one of the founding teams of the NHL during its early years, winning 11 Stanley Cup Championships between 1903 and 1927. When the NHL started to expand to the U.S., the Senators were sold to St. Louis and became the Eagles, but the team shuttered after one year. The second incarnation of the Senators joined the NHL in 1992. The Senators have since gone on to make the Stanley Cup Playoffs 16 times.

Ottawa Senators Team Info

Conference: Eastern
Division: Atlantic
Year Founded: 1883
Team Colors: Black, Red, Gold
Team Rivals: Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens, Buffalo Sabres

Ottawa Senators at Canadian Tire Centre

Located in Kanata, a vibrant suburb of Ottawa, Canadian Tire Centre is one of the region's premiere entertainment venues. Since opening in 1996, the arena has served as the home of the Ottawa Senators. Capable of hosting 18,000 fans for hockey games, the arena is also regularly used for concerts and other sports events. In 2007, the arena hosted games three and four of the Stanley Cup Finals. The arena is also known for being the place where Wayne Gretzky played his final NHL game in Canada.

FAQS

The Ottawa Senators’ 2023–24 regular season kicks off in October at PNC Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina, when the Senators face off against the Carolina Hurricanes. The Senators will also participate in the 2023 NHL Global Series — hosted at Avicii Arena in Stockholm, Sweden — with matches against the Detroit Red Wings on November 16 and the Minnesota Wild on November 18. They play their final game of the regular season at TD Garden against Atlantic Division opponents the Boston Bruins. Here’s a list of key games to keep an eye on: 

  • 10/11 @ Carolina Hurricanes
  • 11/08 @ Toronto Maple Leafs
  • 11/16 vs. Detroit Red Wings (in Stockholm)
  • 11/18 vs. Minnesota Wild (in Stockholm)
  • 12/31 vs. Buffalo Sabres
  • 01/23 @ Montreal Canadiens
  • 02/10 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs
  • 04/13 vs. Montreal Canadiens
  • 04/16 @ Boston Bruins

Tickets for the 2023–24 regular season can be purchased on Ticketmaster, the Official Ticket Marketplace of the Ottawa Senators.

The Senators have made one appearance in the Stanley Cup Final (in 2007), but have never won the Stanley Cup.

The seating map for Canadian Tire Centre can be viewed here.

Reviews

Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 437 reviews
  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Good service

    by Seb on 2024-02-18Canadian Tire Centre - Ottawa

    Amazing service for the food Full security Easy to go

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Date night vs ducks

    by The bandit on 2024-02-18Canadian Tire Centre - Ottawa

    Always a fun experience at the Canadian tire centre especially when I can get accessible seats

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Great Time

    by Taylor on 2024-02-13Canadian Tire Centre - Ottawa

    We has a great time at the game! Staff were helpful and friendly

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Senators road trip

    by David on 2024-02-01Canadian Tire Centre - Ottawa

    My son and I drove to Ottawa to watch the Senators vs Nashville Predators game. It was a quick trip but enjoyable. Entertaining game and nice drive.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Great experience!

    by Marty Dee on 2024-02-01Canadian Tire Centre - Ottawa

    A great experience in Ottawa for the Sens game. The only problem is getting out of there plus the security who doesn't allow people to have any contact with the players!

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Love watching hockey live but....

    by Am on 2024-02-01Canadian Tire Centre - Ottawa

    Great venue. Great staff. Love the atmosphere Hate the price of food and booze tho!!! The mark up is nuts!

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Great experience

    by Ranger Fan on 2024-01-30Canadian Tire Centre - Ottawa

    5 rows from the ice for under $125 per ticket. Nosebleeds to see a Leaf game are at least twice that amount. Rink is easy to get to, lots of parking, and a great fan experience.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Awesome!!

    by Anishnabe Kwe on 2024-01-28Canadian Tire Centre - Ottawa

    Purchasing rink side seats has been the most awesome experience for us Boston Fans! We even made Boston’s fb!! However…getting to see the Senators play on home ice is a treat;-)

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Boston Strong

    by Miskokawolf on 2024-01-28Canadian Tire Centre - Ottawa

    It was so amazing!!! Service parking entry hard rock drinks waitress at seats and the AWESOME GAME

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Some things were great, some not so good

    by Kevin on 2024-01-24Canadian Tire Centre - Ottawa

    Parking dissapointment- My usual parking lot had been designated as "Parking pass only"with no prior notice given at the time of tickets purchased. Then the lot we were diverted too, required us to scan QR code to also download and pay through the app. If not for the 20yr old we had with us, we would have been in real trouble. Then at the end of the night, the dispersal of the lot was total chaos. We sat motionless for 45mins until I executed a hazardous many-point U-turn to get out to a Westward exit. (Ironically through the lot I had first wanted to use, but was denied) Once inside the arena, things were much better. All the staff at the door, and on our isle were at their usual excellent levels.......However....I don't remember the seats being so tightly spaced. I didn't grow sideways, or taller, but somehow our fit into these premium seats reminded me of the last time I flew commercial, economy! Did you guys get pointers on how to cram more seats into the rows? Last season my same crew of 6, sat very much more comfortably in the same area. (We have grown acustom to in-seat service). Our service was excellent as usual, but because of the tight fit, I doubt I would ever try to eat while seated again. It was very troublesome to say the least. Exrtremely dissapointing, given the premium pricing. The venue is overall excellent, but the condition of the Men's restroom is not. The stall doors were useless, the floors a mess, the sink area soaked and towels all gone, and the trash overflowing. It is important to remember that this is the restroom supporting the 100 level premium seating. Many highway rest stops are much better. I'm thinking that the new owners restroom is in better shape eh? The beer was cold, the Egg Rolls and hotdog were awesome, and the team is playing well. All in all, things were good, but it's the little things that could be a lot better, and if improved, they would make the experiance GREAT instead of just good. Thank you for this chance to provide feedback. Kevin Kubota