Ottawa Senators (original)

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Ottawa Senators
First Season
Team History
St. Louis Eagles (1934-35)
Ottawa Senators (1883-1934)
National Hockey League (1917-35)
  • Canadian Division (1926-31, 32-35)

National Hockey Association (1910-17)
various (1883-1910)

St. Louis Arena (1934-35)
Ottawa Auditorium (1923-34)
The Arena (1908-23)
various (1883-1907)
AHL Affiliate
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives

The Ottawa Senators were an ice hockey team based in Ottawa, Ontario which existed from 1883 to 1935. The club was the first hockey club in Ontario, a founding member of the National Hockey League (NHL) and played in the NHL from 1917 until 1934. That version of the Senators franchise relocated in 1934 and played as the St. Louis Eagles for one season before folding. A second Senators franchise continued as a senior amateur club until 1954.

The Senators were technically reinstated to the NHL when the new Ottawa Senators began play in 1992, but for record-keeping purposes the two are reckoned as separate clubs.


Home programs by season

Season/Date Type Opponent Venue
Ottawa Senators
January 15, 1927 Regular Season Boston Bruins Ottawa Auditorium
November 15, 1927 Regular Season Montreal Maroons Ottawa Auditorium
1932-33 Regular Season n/a Ottawa Auditorium
1933-34 Regular Season New York Rangers Ottawa Auditorium
St. Louis Eagles
1934-35 Regular Season n/a St. Louis Arena


Ottawa Senators publications by season
1917-18 • 1918-19 • 1919-20 • 1920-21 • 1921-22 • 1922-23 • 1923-24 • 1924-25 • 1925-26 • 1926-27 • 1927-28 • 1928-29 • 1929-30 • 1930-31 • 1931-32 • 1932-33 • 1933-34 • 1934-35

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