The Little Sens Learn to Play program will be transitioning to the Ottawa Senators First Shift program starting in January 2020. Participants will continue to receive all the benefits associated with the Little Sens Learn to Play program under the Senators First Shift banner at the same price including 10 weeks of on ice instruction, head to toe equipment and visits from Senators alumni.
The Ottawa Senators along with Canadian Tire, Canadian Tire Jumpstart, the Sens Foundation and the Ottawa District Hockey Association, have joined forces to make hockey more accessible to disadvantaged youth across our region by collecting gently used and new hockey equipment.
Looking for an opportunity to learn about and/or play hockey in your area? Join the Street Senturions Enjeu street hockey program at a community centre located throughout the Ottawa-Gatineau area. Click here for information and a list of participating locations.
There is no better way for kids to have fun learning how to skate than with everybody's favorite mascot ...Sparty! With the city's very best Level 3 instructors and a low ratio of instructors to students, this program is the best learn to skate program anywhere.
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.
In partnership with Canadian Tire Jumpstart and the City of Ottawa, the I Love to Skate Program aids communities where children may encounter barriers to physical activity opportunities due to financial constraints or a lack of volunteer support in the community.
In conjunction with the City of Ottawa, I Love to Play Hockey is designed for children ages 10 to 15 years and provides them with skates, a hockey helmet, hockey gloves, hockey stick, a jersey and a series of lessons held on outdoor rinks, followed by a fun wrap-up event at Canadian Tire Centre.
The Ottawa Senators Hockey Programs are committed to providing every hockey player with the necessary opportunities to stay active, improve their game and meet new friends. Held at, and in conjunction, with the Bell Sensplex, the goal of the programs are to provide the highest caliber of instruction - both on and off the ice - in an atmosphere of fun.