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The Ottawa Senators were established in 1990 and took the ice for the first time in 1992. The Senators are a National Hockey League (NHL) team that plays in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. The team calls the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa, Canada home since the Centre opened in 1996. The Senators gained their name from the former Ottawa team under the same name that was founded in 1883 and played in the NHL until 1934. Today the Senators have one of the highest attendance records in the league. This is in part due to the 4 Division Championships, 1 Presidents' Trophies and 1 Conference Championship that the Senators have had. The Senators had Roger Neilson as the only Hockey Hall of Fame member to be inducted yet for this young team. When you visit Ottawa be sure to check out Sens mile, and if you're not sure where to find it, just follow the Sens Army and they are sure to lead the way. When you see "Spartacat" with his Red, Black and White jersey on then you are sure to be in Senators country!
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