The Senators offer players, non-players interested in hockey, coaches, volunteers and officials of all skill levels and ages a number of programs and initiatives to get involved and grow the game of hockey with an emphasis on skill development and fun.
Be a part of the action as minor hockey players test their abilities with the chance of qualifying for one of the various Regional Finals throughout the community. Top players will compete at the Championships at Canadian Tire Centre.
The Ottawa Senators are providing local minor hockey players with the unique opportunity to improve their game while attending a clinic devoted to specific skill development taking place during Scotiabank Minor Hockey Week.
Learn and celebrate the great game of hockey on Saturday, November 28 with Scotiabank and the Senators! Scotiabank Girls HockeyFest provides young girls with the chance to learn hockey skills from an Olympic Gold Medalist and members of the University of Ottawa GeeGees and Carleton Ravens Women's Hockey teams, all for FREE!
Enter your child for the chance of a lifetime to participate in the Senators pre-game ceremony as part of the Scotiabank Skaters program through the Scotiabank Skaters contest. Contest winners will carry the Sens flag onto the ice at Canadian Tire Centre and stand with the players on the blue line for the National Anthem(s) before departing to watch the game from their seats.
Ever wondered what it takes to make it to the NHL and stay there? Here's your chance to find out as Esso and the Ottawa Senators are teaming up to provide fans with the unique opportunity to attend a Senators gameday skate and watch as they prepare for the evening's game.
These leagues offer both a spring (April to June) and summer (July & August) option to give minor hockey players from IP/Fundamentals to Midget the chance for their most fun hockey experiences of the year at either the Bell Sensplex (west end leagues) or Richcraft Sensplex (east end leagues). They feature hockey that is all about fun with no coaching and the freedom to be creative with the puck, similar to organized pond hockey.