Ottawa Senators Tickets
Ottawa Senators Tickets

First home game is a rival game!

The Canadian Tire Centre is home to the Ottawa Senators and Ottawa will be hopping this fall with an incredible pre-season game. Can you believe it, the Sens will be facing rivals Toronto Maple Leafs and then the Habs!

Don't miss the Ottawa Senators at the Canadian Tire Centre this Fall!

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The Ottawa Senators may only have been established in 1992 but, in a relatively short period of time, the team has created an incomparable legacy and a lasting impact. Unlike many other teams in the NHL, the Sens do not require a rich history to back up their impressive success. Indeed, while the Sens have never taken home a Stanley Cup, the team is known for its consistent prosperity. For example, since the 1996-1997 season, the Senators have only missed the playoffs on three occasions. This achievement has not gone unnoticed, as the Sens have one of the most enduring followings in the NHL. Furthermore, the Sens have crafted a strong team identity, which is reflected in the dedication of the Sens Army, an endearing title given to fans of the team.

For the resilient Senators and their zealous fans, to say that last season was an emotional roller coaster would be the understatement of the year. Indeed, during the 2014-2015 season, the Sens were pushed to the breaking point. For the first few weeks of the season, hope seemed bleak, as the Sens suffered a string of humiliating defeats. After twenty-seven games, the Sens possessed an 11-11-5 record, signifying that a chance at the playoffs seemed nonexistent. However, following the dismissal of head coach Paul MacLean and the instatement of new coach Dave Cameron, the Senators rallied together and sought out to do the impossible. Under their new, cunning leader, the Senators won thirty-two of their final fifty-five games. After qualifying for the playoffs in the last game of the regular season, the Senators became the first team in contemporary National Hockey League history to overcome a fourteen-point discrepancy and succeed in reaching the playoffs. While they eventually lost to the Habs in the first round of the playoffs, the team’s outstanding determination, as well as the sheer might of talented players such as call-up goaltender Andrew Hammond, Mark Stone, Mike Hoffman, and Erik Karlsson, cemented the Senators as a true force to be reckoned with. 

Can the Sens enter the 2017-2018 season with the same admirable passion and model perseverance that they exhibited near the conclusion of last season? As the team begins the season with some delightfully unexpected trades and the acquirement of sought-after free agents, it seems like the odds are finally in favor of the league’s most tenacious team.

It’s only a matter of time before the Senators win their first championship! Could this upcoming season be what the Sens Army has been eagerly awaiting?
Ottawa Senators tickets are among the most sought-after tickets in the NHL! The team’s startling consistency and enormous fan base has resulted in high attendance and increasing team value. In fact, the Senators have one of the highest average attendances in the NHL, and are one of the highest grossing teams in the league. Skip the hassle with, your source for cheap Ottawa Senators tickets! And don’t forget to take advantage of all of the exclusive deals on Ottawa Senators tickets that are offered by!

The Arena

1000 Palladium Dr,
Ottawa, ON K2V 1A5, Canada

Since it first opened in 1996, the Canadian Tire Centre has accommodated a wide variety of entertainment. Located at 1000 Palladium Drive, the arena has hosted ice hockey, basketball, skating, and indoor lacrosse. Situated in the heart of the suburb of Kanata, the arena is known for its state-of-the-art technology, and for being the home of the celebrated Ottawa Senators. The arena has also held notable events such as world championship ice hockey tournaments, the 2003 Juno Awards, and concerts by artists such as Pearl Jam, Paul McCartney, Lady Gaga, and Prince. The arena can reach a seating capacity of over 19, 000 individuals.


The Rivals

Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens

Ottawa Senators vs. Toronto Maple Leafs

The rivalry between the Ottawa Senators and the Toronto Maple Leafs dates back to before the founding of the NHL, and has morphed into one of the most thrilling, electrifying match-ups in hockey history. Furthermore, the Leafs and the Sens are known for their vicious and frequent post-season meetings. Welcome to the Battle of Ontario!

Ottawa Senators vs. Montreal Canadiens

A ruthless rivalry has been brewing between the Ottawa Senators and the Montreal Canadiens, and it has the potential to be the rivalry to end them all. One team has been dominating the hockey world since the NHL’s early days. The other team is a rising star who’s just itching to take the throne from the NHL’s elite. Both teams share an exceptionally close proximity. During the bloody first-round of the 2013 playoffs, the Senators defeated the Habs in five games. Following last season’s unexpected recovery, Ottawa was vanquished by the Habs in six games in the first round of the playoffs. If there’s one thing we know about every team in the NHL, it’s that forgiveness does not come easily. Now, there remains a fair amount of bad blood among the two teams, and it seems like a new and exciting rivalry is growing quickly.

The Statistics

While they may not have taken the Stanley Cup home (yet), the Senators still boast an impressive list of accomplishments. The team acquired a Presidents’ Trophy during the 2002-2003 season, and has claimed four division championship titles. The Sens have come closest to the Stanley Cup during the 2006-2007 season, when the team became the conference champion and advanced to the Stanley Cup finals.

Helpful Hints

Now that you’ve got your affordable Ottawa Senators tickets courtesy of, why not make a night out of your trip to the Canadian Tire Centre? Here are some helpful tips to make sure you get the most from your Ottawa Senators tickets!

Getting In

To facilitate the process of planning your trip, it’s important to know that the doors of the Canadian Tire Centre are open to the general public 60 minutes before game time.

Not many people are aware that all children under 2 years old do not require a ticket to enter the Canadian Tire Centre. They can watch the game from the comfort of their guardian’s lap! However, we do suggest that you bring proof of your child’s age.

Where To Eat

Looking to grab a bite before the big game? There’s a world of culinary delight to explore. There’s a wide assortment of restaurants located near the Canadian Tire Centre that are sure to tickle your taste buds. Restaurants such as Stanley’s Bar and Grill (1565 Maple Grove Road), Cabotto’s Fine Italian (5816 Hazeldean Road), Mr Shawarma (5517 Hazeldean Road), and Taste of Mediterranean (650 Kanata Avenue) reflect the multicultural diversity of Ottawa in the culinary world. Looking for something a little closer? How about a restaurant located a few minutes away from your seat? Aside from being the home of the Sens, the Canadian Tire Centre is also the home of multiple restaurants, such as Bert’s sports bar, Chek Point pub, and Deli 111.

Parking Around The Canadian Tire Centre

When it comes to parking at the Canadian Tire Centre, it’s crucial to know your stuff. There are 9 parking lots encircling the Canadian Tire Centre. However, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, and 7 are only accessible to those with special parking passes. Also, lots 5, 6, 7, and 9 are the largest parking spaces. To avoid the hassle altogether, we recommend that you consider Ottawa’s public transit provider, OC Transpo.  OC Transpo provides special shuttle buses that travel directly to the arena.