The Ottawa Senators turned heads in the 2016-2017 NHL season, defying doubters and qualifying for the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Senators will be hungry to return to the postseason after a heartbreaking double-OT game 7 loss to eventual champion Pittsburgh Penguins in the Eastern Conference Finals. Captain Erik Karlsson had another stellar year for the Senators. Despite being known primarily for his defense, Karlsson finished the year with 71 points on 54 assists, good for 3rd among all defensemen in the league and earning him his 4th nomination for the Norris Trophy. The fast-skating, play-making defender will look to continue to anchor this team going into the 2017-2018 season. To help him it will be Kyle Turris, returning after leading the team in goals with 27. Goalie Craig Anderson will look to have another outstanding year, as he finished with a .926 save percentage and 25 wins last season.
The Ottawa Senators call the Canadian Tire Centre home, and it has become one of the most vibrant arenas in the NHL, regularly finishing in the top half in attendance. The most common Senators suite will include 16 tickets and 2 parking passes. A Senators sky box provides the perfect environment to watch a Senators game, as they include HDTVs, high quality furnishings, an extensive catering menu, and dedicated suite attendant. Canadian Tire Centre will also host Arcade Fire and Roger Waters this year.