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It’s an exciting time for the Ottawa Senators, and Razorrgator has the tickets you need to get in on the action in the 2016-2017 season. After posting a solid record but missing the playoffs last year, the team has seen a lot of turnover in the front office. New head coach Guy Boucher will lead the Senators this season, and Pierre Dorion has stepped in as the new General Manager. Both of these men have plenty of experience and have achieved success in the NHL, and Ottawa fans are hoping that will translate into the team’s first ever Stanley Cup title. Tickets are available for all the upcoming games, so get yours today!
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The first-round Stanley Cup Playoff series between the Ottawa Senators and the Boston Bruins figured to be an exciting battle, and the two teams haven’t disappointed. After a tough home loss in game 1, the Senators responded with a pair of victories, including a game 3 triumph at Boston on April 17 the score of 4-3.
Like game 2 before it, game 3 went into overtime. This time, the Senators’ Bobby Ryan scored on a rebound less than six minutes into the extra period. The goal came on a power play; Ottawa was 2-4 on such opportunities during the contest.
After an April 19 game 4 in Ottawa, the two teams did battle in Boston for game 5 on April 21.
The Ottawa Senators put together a stellar season, finishing second in the Atlantic Division of the NHL’s Eastern Conference with a mark of 44-28-10. Ottawa finished five points behind division champion Montreal. For its efforts, the Senators draw a home ice advantage in their first-round playoff matchup with the Boston Bruins.
In game 1, Ottawa couldn’t fend off a tough challenge from Boston. The Bruins pulled out a 2-0 win, scoring both its goals in the final period. Ottawa took a 1-0 lead in the second after Bobby Ryan got one into the net.
Ottawa hosted Boston on April 15 in game 2. The series will now shift to Boston on April 17.
There may be less than a week until the NHL regular season ends, but there are plenty of twists and turns still happening for the Ottawa Senators. With the playoffs on the line, the Sens need one point to secure their spot. With so little time left, the heat is on. They will face the Bruins in Boston on Thursday, April 6, will return home to the Canadian Tire Centre on Saturday, April 8, to face the Rangers, and will conclude their season on the road in New York Sunday, April 9, against the Islanders. Can they make magic happen amidst the chaos? Check out the Senators in action when you purchase tickets from us today!
With a 41-25-9 record, as of March 29, the Ottawa Senators had not yet clinched a spot in the Stanley Cup Playoffs of the NHL. Still, the team was in second place in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference with 91 points. The Senators were just four points behind division-leading Montreal.
Though Ottawa hasn’t been an offensive force (just 21st in the league in scoring), the team has been solid on defense by allowing fewer than all but eight other NHL teams. Ottawa had an interesting March. The Senators won their first six games of the months before dropping four in a row and six of their next eight. The Senators will conclude the 2017 regular season on April 9 on the road against the New York Islanders.
The Ottawa Senators continue to battle Montreal for the top spot in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. The Senators entered the All-Star break with a record of 26-15-6. Ottawa has 58 points, seven behind first-place Montreal, the Senators’ rivals to the east. Ottawa maintains a slim two-point lead over third-place Boston and are ahead of fourth-place Toronto by three points.
This past week was marked by a pair of heartbreaking defeats for the Senators. Ottawa was on the short end of two overtime contests—7-6 to Columbus on Jan. 22 and 3-2 to Calgary on Jan. 26. In between the two narrow losses was a 3-0 shutout of Washington on Jan. 24.
The Ottawa Senators have had a rough start to 2017. They lost their last game in 2016 and then went on a three-game losing streak. Luckily, the Senators were able to pull out of the losing slump when they became victorious over the Edmonton Oilers. Mark Stone was a key player for the Senators on January 8. He scored a goal and added two assists to boost the Senators over the Oilers at the Canadian Tire Centre. This was Stone’s 12th goal of the season. See the Senators play again on January 12 against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Tickets are still for sale and start at $21 for each seat. Get them while they’re hot!
Although the Ottawa Senators are known for trouncing teams even when playing on the road, that simply was not the case on Tuesday night. The Senators visited Madison Square Garden to play the New York Rangers. It seemed like they were going to seize the victory with an early two-goal lead, but the home team came surging back to take the 4-3 win and end Ottawa’s winning streak. The Senators will look to recover and regroup for their next match on Thursday night. They host the Detroit Red Wings at Canadian Tire Centre. Tickets are still on sale and available for prices starting as low as $105. Don’t miss it!
The Ottawa Senators and San Jose Sharks did their best to match each other goal for goal when the teams played on December 14. As even as the game stayed throughout regular time, it was the Sharks that managed to one-up Ottawa when the game went to an overtime shootout. The Senators got goals from Bobby Ryan, Kyle Turris and Dion Phaneuf, with each score coming in a separate period. The Sharks also managed just one score per frame, but they got the decisive goal in the shootout. Ottawa will try to beat another California team when the Anaheim Ducks come to town on December 22. Tickets for that game start as low as $24.
The Ottawa Senators should be proud of their record thus far this season as they rock the number two spot in the NHL Atlantic standings. However, they are working hard to steal the number one spot from Montreal. The Senators fall behind Montreal by two wins and three losses, so they have their work cut out for them. On Tuesday night the Senators slapped sticks on their home ice against Buffalo. The game was nothing short of exciting because both teams continued to go back and forth with goal after goal. In the end, Buffalo left the stadium as the 5-4 victors over Senators. Get your tickets today to see the Senators play live this season.
After losing in overtime to the Wild on November 13, the Ottawa Senators grabbed a shootout victory against the Flyers on the 15. The Flyers scored first, but then the Senators equalized when Mark Stone scored in the second period. By the end of the period, the Flyers had gotten ahead again. Kyle Turris scored in the third period to tie the game and send it into overtime. Erik Karlsson was the sole player to score in the shootout to give the Senators the win. They host the Predators on the 17 and the Panthers on the 19 before heading to Montreal to play the Canadiens. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $21.
The Ottawa Senators found themselves locked in a defensive struggle against the Carolina Hurricanes on November 1. Both teams managed one goal in the first period but were then held scoreless for the rest of regulation. Much to the delight of the home crowd in Ottawa, Kyle Turris scored the game-winning goal in overtime, securing the 2-1 victory. This win came on the heels of a nine-day road trip and provided an excellent homecoming gift for the team. Ottawa will have a handful of home games at the beginning of November, including a matchup against the Los Angeles Kings on November 11. Tickets for that game start as low as $28.
The Ottawa Senators were hoping to get off to a fast start this season, and that’s exactly what the team has delivered to faithful fans. Heading into a showdown with the Arizona Coyotes on October 18, the Senators only had one loss on the season, and an explosive display of offense helped ensure the team didn’t endure a second defeat. Ottawa got goals out of five different players as the team went on to beat Arizona by a final score of 7-4. After a brief road trip, the Senators will look to keep putting the puck in the net when the Carolina Hurricanes come to town on November 1. Tickets for that game start as low as $20.
The Ottawa Senators are working on preparing their team for the 2016-2017 season. For the most part, the roster is remaining the same. They have resigned Cody Ceci and Mike Hoffman and added Chris Kelley and Derick Brassard. Mika Zibanejad was traded for Brassard. Over the weekend of September 16, the Senators will participate in a rookie tournament with the Penguins, Maple Leafs and Canadiens. This week, the Senators revealed their roster for the tournament, which includes 23 prospects. Seven come from the club's AHL affiliate and five have been invited to play under tryout agreements. The team's first preseason game will be against the Maple Leafs on September 26, and you can still get tickets for prices starting at $7.