Canadian Tire Centre

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Canadian Tire Centre
Location Ottawa, Ontario
Opened January 15, 1996
Other Names Scotiabank Place (2006-13)
Corel Centre (1996-2006)
The Palladium (1996)
Tenants Ottawa Senators (1996-present)

Canadian Tire Centre is a multi-purpose indoor arena in Ottawa, Ontario, located in the western suburb of Kanata.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Hockey League 1998-99 Ottawa Senators Program
1999-2000 Ottawa Senators Program (1 • 2)
2000-01 Ottawa Senators Program
2006-07 Ottawa Senators vs. Buffalo Sabres Postseason Program
2008-09 Ottawa Senators Program
January 29, 2012 Team Alfredsson vs. Team Chara NHL All-Star Program
2016-17 Ottawa Senators Program
Postseason Program

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