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2008 Entry Draft ticket information @NHLdotcom

The Ottawa Senators and Scotiabank Place are pleased to host the 2008 NHL Entry Draft on June 20 - 21.

All passes for the 2008 NHL Entry Draft will be free of charge with access to the 200 and 300 level seating sections of Scotiabank Place only (no seating will be available to the general public in Scotiabank Place’s lower level (100 level) due to the large requirements of the NHL for prospects, their families, member clubs and media covering the draft).

All seats are general admission, available on a first-come, first served basis.  As with any general admission event, 200/300 level seats are not assigned in advance and are not guaranteed even with a pass.  

Access passes to the 2008 NHL Entry Draft will be offered to interested parties in the following order:
1.    Senators season ticket holders
2.    General Public

Access passes will be made available to the general public beginning on May 19th with a maximum of 4 passes per person. 

Local parties may receive access passes through a local distributor (to be named later) or at Scotiabank Place’s box office. 

Interested parties from outside of Ottawa may send a self-addressed stamped envelope to the following address to receive NHL Entry draft access passes once they are made available to the general public.  Please indicate within the envelope how many access passes are required (please note that there is a maximum of four (4) access passes per envelope request):

NHL Fan Fest will be held in the Red Zone (outside of Gate 1) at Scotiabank Place featuring interactive games to test the hockey skills of kids of all ages, live music and more. 
The 2008 NHL Draft Trading Card and Memorabilia Show presented by UPPER DECK will feature card and memorabilia exhibitors displaying their collections throughout Scotiabank Place’s 200-level concourse. In addition, have your photo taken with hockey’s “holy grail,” the Stanley Cup, and other trophies as the Hockey Hall of Fame displays all of the NHL’s trophies throughout the concourse.

Should you wish to receive a reminder email in advance of May 19th, or should you have any additional questions or concerns, please send an email to

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