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Below is the 2015 Ottawa Senators schedule for Scotiabank Place. To buy tickets select the date of the Hockey game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. Please call 1-800-550-7556 if you prefer to order your Senators tickets by phone.

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Ottawa Senators Team Info

Coming back hot off a first place finish in the Eastern Conference, Senators seats are flying out of box offices this season. Led by head coach Bryan Murray, the Senators are ready to ride the momentum of last year’s standings. When the team takes the ice this year, undoubtedly they will be greeted by a packed arena of cheering fans.

In their more recent past, the Senators have stayed at the top of standings although their trips to the playoffs have been a bit lackluster. In their eight times making the post-season they have only won four series. Their 1999-00 season saw a quick first round exit after losing in six games. Next season saw a similar series, however this time the Senators were swept in only four games. However, the 2002 postseason came with a deeper run as Ottawa took down the opposition in only five games in their first round. But the streak didn’t last long. Facing their arch-rivals, they were once again defeated. After a tense seven game series, the Senators saw a second round exit from the playoffs. Then, in 2003, they were forced to file for bankruptcy. They were able to continue their regular season as normal after some emergency financial help from the NHL. Despite their monetary problems, the Senators took home the President’s Trophy in the 2002-03 season, finishing with 113 points. The team did better than ever that season, defeating the top rivals. They were within one game of making it into the Stanley Cup Final series when they fell. Then, in September 2003 the team was bought by the pharmaceutical magnate Eugene Melnyk. However, in 2004 the Senators were back to their first round exit routine, losing for the fourth time in a four game series.