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The Ottawa Senators finished 4th in the Northeast Division and 7th in the Eastern Conference unde rhead coach Paul MacLean. The team was dominant at home, going 15-6-3 in the lockout shortened ‘13 campaign. The Ottawa Senators have been a part of the NHL since ‘91 but they have never raised the Stanley Cup. Its no secret that hockey fans in Ottawa are among the most loyal and knowledgeable of any region in the world. Senators fans packed Scotiabank Place each and every night for their beloved team, averaging over 19,000 per night.
Led by veteran captain Daniel Alfredsson, the Senators were able to defeat the Montreal Canadiens in the first round of the ‘13 NHL playoffs in just five games. From there the Sens faced another very challenging opponent the Pittsburgh Penguins, who finished 1st in the Eastern Conference. Ottawa was not able to beat one of the league’s most talented teams, losing in five games to Pittsburgh. Senators fans should certainly be pleased with how the team performed last season and will likely have high expectations again next season. Things certainly won’t be easy for the Sens as they compete in the Northeast Division along with the Montreal Canadiens, Boston Bruins, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Buffalo Sabres.
The Ottawa Senators will return to Scotiabank Place this season, their 22nd and one in which they will try to repeat and build on the success of last year. This is a club that has averaged 18,000 fans per game since ‘05-‘06, so pick up your Ottawa Senators tickets early to see the Sens try once again to make it to the Stanley Cup Finals.