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Ottawa Senators

  • Year of foundation: 1990
  • Colours: red, black, gold, white
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Ottawa Senators Hockey Club / Scotiabank Place
    1000 Palladium Drive
    Ottawa, Ontario
    K2V 1A5
  • Phone: +1 613 599 0250
  • Email: ticketing@ottawasenators.com
  • WWW: http://senators.nhl.com/
 
Ottawa Senators is major league affiliate of: Belleville Senators
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Season 2018-2019

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This club in 2018-2019: NHL

 
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GCraig Anderson21.05.1981188 cm82 kgleft
GMike Condon27.04.1990188 cm89 kgleft
DMark Borowiecki12.07.1989185 cm90 kgleft
DCody Ceci21.12.1993188 cm93 kgright
DThomas Chabot30.01.1997188 cm86 kgleft
DDylan DeMelo01.05.1993183 cm85 kgright
DJustin Falk11.10.1988196 cm101 kgleft
DBen Harpur12.01.1995195 cm95 kgleft
DChristian Jaros02.04.1996192 cm93 kgright
DMax Lajoie05.11.1997177 cm69 kgleft
DChris Wideman07.01.1990178 cm77 kgright
FMikkel Bødker16.12.1989180 cm91 kgleft
CPaul Carey24.09.1988185 cm86 kgleft
CMatt Duchene16.01.1991181 cm91 kgleft
FRyan Dzingel09.03.1992183 cm89 kgleft
LWAlex Formenton13.09.1999188 cm81 kgleft
LWMarian Gaborik14.02.1982186 cm92 kgleft
FMax McCormick01.05.1992180 cm80 kgleft
FMagnus Pääjärvi-Svensson12.04.1991186 cm90 kgleft
CJean-Gabriel Pageau11.11.1992175 cm78 kgright
CTom Pyatt14.02.1987180 cm82 kgleft
FJack Rodewald14.02.1994188 cm86 kgright
FBobby Ryan17.03.1987188 cm95 kgright
CZack Smith05.04.1988187 cm90 kgright
RWMark Stone13.05.1992188 cm83 kgright
CChris Tierney01.07.1994183 cm77 kgleft
LWBrady Tkachuk16.06.1999191 cm87 kgleft
FColin White30.01.1997185 cm86 kgright
FChristian Wolanin17.03.1995185 cm85 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Marc Crawford13.02.1961Associate Coach
Guy Boucher03.08.1971Head Coach
Rob Cookson25.01.1961Assistant Coach
Pierre Dorion06.07.1972GM
Pierre Groulx15.12.1975Goalie coach
Martin Raymond19.06.1967Assistant Coach

* no longer in the club

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Founded in 1990, this franchise is the second to bear the Ottawa Senators name. The original club played in NHL between 1917 and 1934, winning 11 Stanley Cups. This club joined NHL in 1992 and has been almost ever-present in the playoffs, winning also four division titles, 2003 Presidents' Trophy and an appearance in 2007 Stanley Cup Finals. Senators enjoy a strong support, with average attendance well over 18000 spectators per game.

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2007 Stanley Cup finals (lost 1-4 to Anaheim Ducks), 2003 Presidents' Trophy, four division titles. The 11 Stanley Cups were won by the original franchise in early 20th century (see History).

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Alfredsson leaves Ottawa after 17 years

After playing with the Ottawa Senators since 1995 Daniel Alfredsson has decided to leave the club for a last chance to win the Stanley Cup. Instead he has signed a year deal with Detroit Red Wings.

(06 Jul 2013)
 

Erik Karlsson finishes season

Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson had season-ending injury and a surgery to repair his left Achilles after the tendon was cut by a skate blade during a game against the Pittsburgh Penguins

(16 Feb 2013)
 

Karlsson signs new contract

- senators.nhl.com
The Norris Trophy finalist Erik Karlsson and the Ottawa Senators agreed today on a new contract that will keep him in Canada's capital for the next seven seasons, clearly establishing the 22-year-old Swede as a franchise cornerstone for the foreseeable future. The signing comes less than three weeks before his July 7 wedding in Göteborg.

(20 Jun 2012)
 

Game 1,100 in NHL for Sergei Gonchar

The Ottawa Senators 4-1 victory against the San José Sharks marked NHL game number 1,100 for Russian defenceman Sergei Gonchar. He debuted in the 1994-95 season with the Washington Capitals, playing also for the Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh Penguins. "The thing is, time is just flying by," Gonchar said. "It seems like just a little while ago I was starting in the NHL, then all of a sudden it's 1,100 games. Time just flies by, season after season." The only Russians to play more NHL games are Alexei Kovalev, Sergei Fedorov and Slava Kozlov.

In the same game, another Senators defenceman, Czech Filip Kuba, celebrated his 100th point in the league.

(20 Jan 2012)
 

Alfredsson and Chara named All Star game captains

Ottawa Senators Daniel Alfredsson and Zdeno Chara of the Boston Bruins were named as captains for the NHL All-Star Game.
Both Alfredsson and Chara are making their sixth All-Star appearance.

(18 Jan 2012)
 

Another World Champion retires

July, 26, 2011 can be written in the hockey chronicles as a day of two World Champions retirement. Just a few hours after Kris Draper announced his retirement, a similar statement was made by another IIHF World Championship gold medalist. Martin Prusek, 36, a former goaltender of the Ottawa Senators and the Columbus Blue Jackets in NHL accepted an offer from HC Vítkovice Steel to become their goaltender coach.

(27 Jul 2011)
 

Two young Swedes sign NHL contracts

On his 18th birthday Jonas Brodin (10th overall in 2011 draft) signed with the Minnesota Wild, however he will stay for one more year with his Swedish club Färjestad. The sixth overall pick Mika Zibanejad also signed with his club, the Ottawa Senators. He will attend Ottawa's training camp to try to earn a spot on Ottawa's NHL roster. If he doesn't make the roster he will return to Sweden to play for Djurgården.

(13 Jul 2011)
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Ottawa Senators participates in season 2018-2019: NHL

 
 
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