Although they have had a long and complicated history in the league that dates back to the early days in the NHL, it wasn’t until the city of Ottawa began a campaign in 1991 to bring the team back to the Canadian town that the Senators settled in Ottawa, Ontario. After the Senators left for St. Louis in 1934, the city was devastated and anxiously waited for a new professional hockey team. By the time the intense campaigning reached its height the NHL officially re-established the Senators back in their original home town and they were welcomed by local fans who had been waiting anxiously for a professional hockey team for decades.
The Senators were greeted with a warm welcoming and did not disappoint fans and went on to win Conference Championships, have winning seasons and make play off appearances; a big feat for a team so young in today’s well established NHL. Currently the Ottawa Senators play in the highly competitive Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference of the NHL. However, the Senators have still found a great deal of success in the league and developed one of the largest and most dedicated fan bases in the NHL today.
Those who want to see the dedicated support of the Ottawa Senators and their fans, live simply need to get Senators tickets to see their home games at the Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, Ontario. This premier arena, located in Newark, New Jersey has been the home of the Devils since they arrived in the city and was developed to help host the thousands of fans that rallied to get the team to come to Ottawa in the first place. This is precisely why the Ottawa Senators and their home Scotiabank Place has one of the largest seating capacities in the entire NHL.
Although the arena can hold more than 20,000 fans for home games; don’t expect to find getting Ottawa Senators tickets will be easy as these seats are notoriously difficult to find thanks to the dedicated support of Senators fans who come out in droves for each and every home game. However, those who are able to get Devils tickets will be greeted not only by a massive home stadium; that is one of the only in the NHL designed just for hockey, but they will be treated to the fast paced style of play and the screaming fans that the Senators are so known for in the league.
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