Spezzy Jason Spezza
Answer This year not make it to the playoffs. Next year if they sign a a good player maybe make the playoff.
The original Ottawa Senators, founded in 1883, have won the Stanley Cup in 11 different years.
In the playoff format, they won in 4 times. 1920, 1921, 1923 and 1927.
As a challenge cup, they won it multiple times in 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1909, 1910, 1911, but were not champions of the year at the end of the 1906 and 1910 seasons. The original Ottawa Senators franchise recorded 21 Stanley Cup wins before the Original Six era.
The modern day Ottawa Senators have never won it.
They have won three times.
Schaefer was sitting on the Senators bench when he placed a white towel on the blade of his stick and waved it in a sarcastic sign of surrender to the officials for calling so many penalties against the Senators. He was fined $2,500 by the NHL.
For the 1996-1997 season, Alexei Yashin lead the team with 75 points on 35 goals and 40 assists. For the 1997-1998 season, Yashin again led the Senators with 72 points with 33 goals and 39 assists.
He has been their captain since the '99 2000 season.
Bruin's 6'9" and 260 pound defenseman Zdeno Chara is tied for the the tallest player of all time. And now Tyler Myers, also 6'9", at 222 pounds has tied him at 6'9"as a 2nd year player. He is only 19 so he could grow more. He plays for the Buffalo Sabres. Myers was also the rookie of the year in the 2009-2010 season.
The Sens first GM was Mel Bridgman.
The Senators got their nick name the sens frome the senators
They were first established in 1886 but were called the Ottawa Generals.
In 1902 they were reformed and renamed the Ottawa Senators.
In 1934 the struggling Senators closed their doors and sold their rights to St.Louis.
The franchise in St. Louis lasted only one season.
After a long 58 year absence the Ottawa Senators were reborn and played their first game on October 8, 1992.
They play at the canadian tire centre in ottawa
6'9 - Zdeno Chara
The rink is named Scotiabank Place.
The information contained in this answer will change with each game the Senators play, trades, free agent signings, injuries, etc. As this is written, Hockeydb.com shows that Daniel Alfredsson has played 783 games as an Ottawa Senator. Wade Redden is second with 758. Radek Bonk, who is no longer with the team, still holds third place with 689. He will probably be passed by Chris Philips, who is currently in 4th with 618.
There are way more than five: Jamie Baker Tom Barrasso Bill Berg Dave Hannan Dave McLiwain Damian Rhodes Don Beaupre Laurie Boschman Ken Hammond Mark Laforest Eric Lacroix Brad Marsh Per Gustafsson
The Ottawa Senators mascot is Sparty Cat.
The Ottawa Senators are in the province of Ontario in Canada :)
The modern day Senators have never won it.
The original Senators won the Stanley Cup in the 1926-27 season.
The previous Ottawa Senators have won the Stanley Cup in 1920, 1921, 1923, and 1927.
The current Ottawa Senators have not yet won the Stanley Cup.
yes 4 times. However, this was the old Senators of the 1920's. The current Senators team has not won the Cup.
The Senators goalie for the 2008-2009 season was Alex Auld and Brian Elliott.
GO sens go!!!
Since they began play in the 1992-93 season, the team has always been named the Ottawa Senators.
You can get tickets at a few different places. One obvious place would be the official site for Ottawa senators. Another would be the stubhub. More than likely you can find tickets for this at the actual site of the event.
What i am about to tell you is not based on hard facts, as i know them. A source close to the Senators told me a long time ago when Ray Emery was having "issues" that he would end up in the KHL and even which team and when. The team had run out of patience for his drug dealing and used his "late" for practice as the means to an end.
Nothing is ever as it seems..ever think the heatley situation just doesnt add up?? "Diminished" role?? No obvious motives ? All happening without warning?
The same source tells me that Heatley slept with a wealthy "restauranteur's" wife in Ottawa and now has a contract on his life. That would make me want out of town, to the farthest rink from Ottawa and in another country...ever wonder why the Edmonton deal never happened??
I am as sceptical to these types of "rumors" as the next guy but I do believe the source, take it as you will.