Ottawa Senators

“We’re not interested in subsidizing an arena."
“If it doesn't look good here, it could look very, very nice somewhere else."
Organization reduced the capacity of the arena by 1,500 seats earlier this year.
Tom Anselmi – the new Ottawa Senators president and CEO – said earlier this week that the organization is hoping to receive some form of government assistance when it’s ready to build a new arena…
Move to LeBreton Flats ‘hopefully’ four or five years away
The team struggled to sell out the building last season, even in the playoffs.
Murray led modern-day Senators to their first and only Stanley Cup Finals appearance in 2007 before being appointed the sixth general manager in team history.
Some critics say the decision to build a west-end arena is behind the Sens’ failure to sell out playoff games. As Bruce Firestone argues, the Senators would be playing in Anaheim if the then-…
Sens fever may be fun for the city, but it’s also lucrative for local businesses, according to research by Moneris.
Another successful round appears to have finally turned up the heat on playoff fever for the Ottawa Senators.