Ottawa Senators Betting Stats

Founded in 1992, the Ottawa Senators are the second-youngest of the seven Canadian franchises. Despite being relatively new, Ottawa has already developed plenty of success in the NHL, with a trip to the Stanley Cup Final and a Presidents’ Trophy. Hall of Famer Daniel Alfredsson leads most of the Ottawa Senators’ team stats.

Thanks to being the second team in Ontario, Ottawa has a bitter rivalry with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Though the Senators typically lose to the Leafs, Ottawa has been a more reliable team via the NHL odds. Games between the two are known as the “Battle of Ontario,” and they usually are competitive.

General Information

Conference: Eastern
Division: Atlantic
City: Ottawa, Ontario
Stadium: Canadian Tire Center


Awards and Trophies

  • Conference Championship
  • Presidents’ Trophy
  • 4x Division Championships
  • 2x James Norris Memorial Trophy
  • Calder Memorial Trophy
  • 2x Jack Adams Award

Ottawa Senators Stats & Analysis

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All-Time Ottawa Senators Stats & Records

Most goals in a season

  • Dany Heatley – Goals: 50 (2005-06, 2006-07).

Most assists in a season

  • Jason Spezza – Assists: 71 (2005-06).

Most points in a season

  • Dany Heatley – Points: 105 (2006-07).

Most wins in a season

  • Patrick Lalime – Wins: 39 (2002-03).

Most games all-time

  • Chris Phillips – Games: 1,179.

Most goals all-time

  • Daniel Alfredsson – Goals: 426.

Most assists all-time

  • Daniel Alfredsson – Assists: 682.

Most points all-time

  • Daniel Alfredsson – Points: 1,108.

Most wins all-time

  • Craig Anderson – Wins: 202.

Ottawa Senators Stats & History

This Senators team is the second incarnation of the original team that played in the NHL from 1917 to 1934 as one of the founding members. The team won five Stanley Cups in this period. Real estate developer Bruce Firestone would spearhead an ownership group that brought Ottawa back its Senators albeit as a separate entity.

The team would have some of the worst seasons for an expansion team winning an average of 13 games in its first four years in the league. However, the arrival of coach Jacques Martin and the growth of Alfredsson would lead the team to contention, beginning in the 1996-97 season.

Ottawa would make the postseason in all but two seasons, with “Alfie” as part of the team. The Senators would be a perennial contender in the East, even winning the Presidents’ Trophy as the best regular-season team with 113 points. However, the team would always fall short in the playoffs, including losing to the Leafs three straight times.

After the club would experience financial difficulties in 2000, pharmaceutical tycoon Eugene Melnyk would purchase the team in 2003. Under Melnyk’s guidance, Ottawa would make huge changes, including hiring Bryan Murray as the coach and replacing several players like Patrick Lalime and Marian Hossa with Ray Emery and Dany Heatley.

The core of Alfredsson, Heatley, and 2001 second overall pick Jason Spezza would lead the Senators to their first and only Stanley Cup Final appearance in 2007. They would, however, fall to the Anaheim Ducks in five games.

The club would again reshuffle its roster sending away players like Heatley and Wade Redden and acquiring new stars like Erik Karlsson and Bobby Ryan. Murray, who was also the executive, stepped down as coach.

Ottawa would go through several coaches but would remain a playoff contender, and even came within one win of the Stanley Cup Final in the 2016-17 season. They lost to the Penguins, who would go on to win the Cup.

Since then, Ottawa would be a rebuilding team, although it will become a contender again with players like Brady Tkachuk leading the Senators stats.

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