Ottawa Senators Schedule 2022-2023
From exhilarating home games within the Canadian Tire Centre to adrenaline-pumping away matchups, every game is a nail-biting spectacle across the Ottawa Senators schedule. See all the games below:
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Ottawa Senators Games
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Ottawa Senators Scores
- 10/14, Sabres, KeyBank Center, L 4-1
- 10/16, Maple Leafs, Scotiabank Arena, L 3-2
- 10/19, Bruins, Canadian Tire Centre, W 7-5
- 10/21, Capitals, Canadian Tire Centre, W 5-2
- 10/22, Coyotes, Canadian Tire Centre, W 6-2
- 10/25, Stars, Canadian Tire Centre, W 4-2
- 10/28, Wild, Canadian Tire Centre, L 4-2
- 10/29, Panthers, FLA Live Arena, L 5-3
- 11/01, Lightning, Amalie Arena, L 4-3
- 11/03, Golden Knights, Canadian Tire Centre, L 5-4
- 11/05, Flyers, Canadian Tire Centre, L 2-1
- 11/09, Canucks, Canadian Tire Centre, L 6-4
- 11/11, Devils, Prudential Center, L 4-3 OT
- 11/12, Flyers, Wells Fargo Center, W 4-1
- 11/14, Islanders, Canadian Tire Centre, L 4-2
- 11/17, Sabres, Canadian Tire Centre, W 4-1
- 11/19, Devils, Canadian Tire Centre, L 5-1
- 11/22, Sharks, SAP Center at San Jose, L 5-1
- 11/24, Golden Knights, T-Mobile Arena, L 4-1
- 11/25, Ducks, Honda Center, W 5-1
- 11/28, Kings, Crypto.com Arena, W 3-2 OT
- 12/01, Rangers, Canadian Tire Centre, L 3-1
- 12/03, Rangers, Madison Square Garden, W 3-2 OT
- 12/04, Sharks, Canadian Tire Centre, W 5-2
- 12/07, Kings, Canadian Tire Centre, L 5-2
- 12/09, Stars, American Airlines Center, L 4-3 OT
- 12/10, Predators, Bridgestone Arena, W 3-2
- 12/13, Ducks, Canadian Tire Centre, W 3-0
- 12/15, Canadiens, Canadian Tire Centre, W 3-2
- 12/17, Red Wings, Little Caesars Arena, W 6-3
- 12/18, Wild, Xcel Energy Center, L 4-2
- 12/21, Jets, Canada Life Centre, L 5-1
- 12/23, Capitals, Canadian Tire Centre, L 3-2 OT
- 12/24, Red Wings, Canadian Tire Centre, Postponed
- 12/28, Bruins, Canadian Tire Centre, W 3-2 SO
- 12/30, Capitals, Capital One Arena, W 4-3 OT
- 01/01, Red Wings, Little Caesars Arena, L 4-2
- 01/02, Sabres, Canadian Tire Centre, W 3-1
- 01/04, Blue Jackets, Canadian Tire Centre, W 4-0
- 01/08, Kraken, Canadian Tire Centre, L 8-4
- 01/10, Predators, Canadian Tire Centre, L 3-0
- 01/13, Coyotes, Mullett Arena, W 5-3
- 01/15, Avalanche, Ball Arena, L 7-0
- 01/17, Blues, Enterprise Center, L 2-1
- 01/19, Penguins, Canadian Tire Centre, W 5-4 OT
- 01/21, Penguins, PPG Paints Arena, L 4-1
- 01/22, Jets, Canadian Tire Centre, L 5-1
- 01/26, Islanders, Canadian Tire Centre, W 2-1
- 01/28, Maple Leafs, Scotiabank Arena, W 6-2
- 01/29, Canadiens, Canadian Tire Centre, W 5-0
- 02/01, Canadiens, Bell Centre, W 5-4
- 02/11, Oilers, Canadian Tire Centre, L 6-3
- 02/14, Flames, Canadian Tire Centre, W 4-3 OT
- 02/15, Islanders, UBS Arena, W 3-2 SO
- 02/18, Blackhawks, Canadian Tire Centre, L 4-3 OT
- 02/19, Blues, Canadian Tire Centre, W 7-2
- 02/20, Bruins, TD Garden, L 3-1
- 02/25, Hurricanes, PNC Arena, L 4-0
- 02/26, Canadiens, Bell Centre, W 5-2
- 02/28, Red Wings, Canadian Tire Centre, W 6-2
- 03/01, Red Wings, Canadian Tire Centre, W 6-1
- 03/03, Rangers, Madison Square Garden, W 5-3
- 03/05, Blue Jackets, Canadian Tire Centre, W 5-2
- 03/07, Blackhawks, United Center, L 5-0
- 03/10, Kraken, Climate Pledge Arena, W 5-4
- 03/12, Canucks, Rogers Arena, L 5-2
- 03/13, Flames, Scotiabank Saddledome, L 5-1
- 03/15, Oilers, Rogers Place, L 6-3
- 03/16, Avalanche, Canadian Tire Centre, L 5-4
- 03/18, Maple Leafs, Canadian Tire Centre, L 5-4 SO
- 03/20, Penguins, PPG Paints Arena, W 2-1
- 03/21, Bruins, TD Garden, L 2-1
- 03/23, Lightning, Canadian Tire Centre, W 7-2
- 03/25, Devils, Prudential Center, L 5-3
- 03/28, Panthers, Canadian Tire Centre, W 5-2
- 03/31, Flyers, Canadian Tire Centre, W 5-4 OT
- 04/02, Maple Leafs, Canadian Tire Centre, L 3-0
- 04/02, Blue Jackets, Nationwide Arena, L 4-3 OT
- 04/05, Hurricanes, PNC Arena, L 3-2 OT
- 04/07, Panthers, FLA Live Arena, L 7-2
- 04/09, Lightning, Canadian Tire Centre, W 7-4
- 04/11, Hurricanes, Canadian Tire Centre, W 3-2
- 04/14, Sabres, KeyBank Center, L 4-3 OT
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How long is the Ottawa Senators’ season?
The duration of the Ottawa Senators’ season, as with all NHL teams, is determined by their regular season schedule and playoff performance. In general, the NHL regular season consists of 82 games and runs from early October to early April. If the Senators make it to the playoffs, their season could extend until mid-June, depending on how far they progress through the postseason rounds.
How many seasons have the Ottawa Senators played?
The Ottawa Senators have a rich history in the NHL, having completed 30 seasons since their establishment in 1992. They were also part of the league’s expansion that year and have since established themselves as a respected and successful franchise in NHL history.
What was the best Ottawa Senators’ season ever?
The best Ottawa Senators’ season ever was the 2006-2007 season, where the team achieved unprecedented success, both in terms of their regular-season performance and playoff run. During the regular season, the Senators amassed an impressive 48-25-9 record, securing 105 points and finishing second in the Northeast Division. Under the guidance of Head Coach Bryan Murray, the team boasted a well-rounded roster, featuring standout players such as Daniel Alfredsson, Dany Heatley, and Jason Spezza. This talented core was instrumental in the team’s success, helping to create a formidable offensive force and a strong defensive unit that consistently outperformed their competition.
The true highlight of the 2006-2007 season, however, was the Senators’ phenomenal playoff run, which saw the team advance to their first and only Stanley Cup Final appearance in modern franchise history. Ottawa steamrolled through the Eastern Conference, eliminating the Pittsburgh Penguins, New Jersey Devils, and Buffalo Sabres in succession. Although the Senators ultimately fell to the Anaheim Ducks in a five-game series, their journey to the Finals solidified the 2006-2007 season as the most successful and memorable campaign in the team’s history.
What was the worst Ottawa Senators’ season ever?
The worst Ottawa Senators’ season ever was their inaugural season in 1992-1993 when the team joined the NHL as an expansion franchise. This season proved to be a difficult initiation into the league, as the Senators struggled to find their footing both on and off the ice. The team finished with a dismal record of 10-70-4, which amounted to only 24 points in the standings, the lowest in the league. This abysmal performance was compounded by the fact that the Senators were consistently outscored by their opponents, with a staggering goal differential of -196. The lack of depth in the roster, as well as the limited experience of many of the players and staff, contributed to the team’s struggles throughout the season.
Despite the disappointing results, the 1992-1993 season laid the foundation for the Ottawa Senators as a franchise and marked the beginning of a long journey toward competitiveness. The team’s poor performance granted them the first overall pick in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft, which they used to select highly-touted prospect Alexandre Daigle. Although Daigle’s NHL career did not live up to the high expectations, the draft pick symbolized the Senators’ commitment to building a competitive team.
Who is the Ottawa Senators’ biggest rival?
The Ottawa Senators’ biggest rival is undoubtedly the Toronto Maple Leafs, a rivalry that has been fueled by both geographic proximity and a storied history of contentious matchups. Known as the “Battle of Ontario,” the rivalry between these two teams has grown in intensity since the Senators re-joined the NHL in 1992. As the largest cities in Ontario and the only two NHL franchises in the province, the Senators and the Maple Leafs have developed a natural rivalry that has resonated with fans from both cities. With Ottawa and Toronto only about 280 miles (450 kilometers) apart, the close distance has facilitated a spirited competition and has led to heated games, playoff series, and memorable moments that have left lasting impressions on both fanbases.
The rivalry between the Senators and the Maple Leafs has been particularly intense during the early 2000s, when both teams were consistently competitive and met each other in the playoffs on four occasions between 2000 and 2004. The Maple Leafs emerged victorious in all four series, intensifying the animosity between the two teams and their supporters. Although the Senators have had other notable rivals, such as the Montreal Canadiens and the Buffalo Sabres, the rivalry with the Toronto Maple Leafs has always been the most passionate and enduring.