In Game

Upon stepping into the Canadian Tire Centre, you’ll be greeted by the history and tradition of hockey in Ottawa. Throughout the arena, you’ll see several tributes to former Senators players and teams. The team even does an excellent job showing off the history of the former Ottawa Senators franchise that played from 1883 to 1934.

The Senators also put on a good in game production, and the sightlines are excellent as well. No matter where you’re sitting, you’ll have a good view of all the action on the ice. The in-game experience also features pretty much everything you would expect from an NHL game including good video production and a lovable furry mascot.

The fans at Canadian Tire Center are also a big part of what makes attending a Senators game an enjoyable experience. The Sens Army located in section 312 live and die with this team and aren’t afraid to show their support no matter what the team’s record. This group of super fans can be seen at games clad in Roman-style attire and make lots of noise with their drums and noise makers. If you’re looking to get into the full Senators game day spirit, then try to snag tickets in this section.

The concessions and restaurants at Canadian Tire Center also aid in you having a good time at a Senators game. The 212 Deli & Pub, Farm Boy Fresh Zone, and Fat Boys all feature delicious and unique cuisine that will fill you up no matter what you’re craving. As for the restaurants, Chek Point’s after party on Friday and Saturday nights goes a long way in making attending a Sens game a fun night out.

An Ottawa Senators game is an excellent way to spend a night thanks to the franchise’s devotion to Ottawa’s hockey history and putting on a good production.

Things to check out

Senators Murals

Throughout the concourses of the Canadian Tire Centre, you’ll see several murals paying tributes to the franchise’s history. There are murals of various Senators greats including Daniel Alfredsson, so check them all out.

Stanley Cup and Retired Number Banners

Check out the banners hanging from the rafters honoring the Stanley Cups won by the former Ottawa Senators franchise and the current Senators retired numbers. These banners do a fantastic job of showcasing Ottawa’s pro hockey history and are a must-see for any hockey fan.

Sens Store

Those of you looking to pick up a souvenir to commemorate your trip to Ottawa will find whatever you’re looking for at the Sens Store. The Sens Store has everything from jerseys to hats to t-shirts and much more, so stop by during your visit.

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Bert’s

Located near section 102, Bert’s is a great place to keep up with the action going on around the league. Bert’s features 23 TVs, stone-fired pizza, and burgers, so stop on by and take it all in.

Chek Point

Chek Point, located near section 120, is the perfect place to hang out after a Friday or Saturday night game. It’s home to the New Country 94 After Party meaning you won’t have to go home when the game is over.

Alumni Lounge

Reserve your spot at the Alumni Lounge for your chance to meet former Senators players. The Alumni Lounge offers a casual dining experience and self-serve food making it a great place to eat before the game.

Sens Army Section

The Sens Army Section is the most raucous section in the Canadian Tire Centre. Located in section 312, the Sens Army are encouraged to wear red and black, bang drums, and play noise makers. If you want to cheer on the Sens as hard as possible, then get tickets in the Sens Army Section.

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Lyndon Slewidge

Former Ontario Provincial Police Constable Lyndon Slewidge sings the national anthem before every game. Get to your seat in time for the national anthem to hear Slewidge before the game.

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Spartacat

Spartacat has been the official mascot of the Ottawa Senators since the franchise’s inception in 1992. At games you’ll see him entertaining the crowd with a variety of antics and promotions, so keep an eye out for him.

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Live Music

At Sens games you’ll always hear live music, which sometimes includes traditional Scottish music from the ‘Sons of Scotland Pipe Band.” Highland dancers typically accompany these Scottish musicians, so don’t miss them during your trip to Ottawa.

Scotiabank Skaters

Before every Sens game, youth hockey players carry team flags onto the ice. The skating of the flags brings everyone in the arena to their feet and is an excellent way for young fans to get up close to their heroes, so be in attendance for this fun tradition.

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Fight Songs

  1. Ottawa Senators Theme Song

    Played as the team takes the ice.

    *Instrumental*

  2. Song 2

    Senators regular goal song

    I got my head checked
    By a jumbo jet
    It wasn’t easy
    But nothing is
    No[chorus]
    Woo-hoo
    When I feel heavy-metal
    And I’m pins and I’m needles
    Well, I lie and I’m easy
    All the time but I am never sure
    Why I need you
    Pleased to meet you

    I got my head down
    When I was young
    It’s not my problem
    It’s not my problem

    [repeat chorus]

    Yeah yeah
    Yeah yeah
    Yeah yeah
    Oh yeah

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