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THE OTTAWA SENATORS GAME EXPERIENCE is more than just great NHL hockey. It's an explosion of fun for everyone at Canadian Tire Centre with all kinds of perks for the fans. This is the place to find out all about the excitement of an Ottawa Senators game in the form of photos and information on Spartacat, The Sens Squad, the performers, and a whole lot more.

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The greatest games. The biggest shows. The best times in the nation's capital happen here. Take an in-depth look at Ottawa-Gatineau's world-class entertainment venue on

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The performers appear at every Senators home game and can be found throughout Canadian Tire Centre cheering, interacting with fans and assisting with promotions.

Lyndon Slewidge / National Anthem Spartacat
Lyndon Slewidge Spartacat
Stuntman Stu - PA Announcer
Stuntman Stu

The Ottawa Senators Hockey Club is pleased to provide Sens fans with a unique service, allowing them a forum to announce birthday and anniversary greetings at a Senators' home game. Please note that all Senators' Special Greetings are to be submitted in writing and MUST BE SUBMITTED 24 HOURS BEFORE THE GAME that you wish the message to appear.

Submit your special greeting submission form

VISA, Mastercard, and American Express are all accepted. Cost per message is $56.50 or $45.20 For season ticket holder and Sparty's Cub Club members, which includes HST. All messages will appear during the first intermission.

The Bell HD Screen that hangs in the middle of Canadian Tire Centre is made up of six high definition screens, each measuring 15.75” high x 21” wide. The total LED viewing area measures over 2,170 square feet. That’s a 733% increase from the previous screen at Canadian Tire Centre!

The screens give an amazing view of replays, player close-ups, and other special features during the game. Don't forget to smile for one of our fancams, which roam the crowd throughout the game looking for the loudest, craziest Sens fans! 

This season we added a new Twitter crawl on the Bell HD Screen during pre-game and intermissions, which shows the best Sens fans tweets during the night.

All of the images you see on the video scoreboard are run from our video control room on the penthouse level. The control room is a full-service television production facility, providing year-round video production services for the Ottawa Senators and other building events.

Video Scoreboard

Our video technology includes:

  • Ross Video Vision 4 QMDX Production Switcher
  • Ross Video Xpression Studio
  • Ross Video Blackstorm HD video servers
  • Zeplay Video Replay Servers
  • Two fully-equipped video editing suites.

Alex Marchand has been playing music at hockey games for the past 18 years. He started at the University of Ottawa, DJing for the Gee Gees games. He then moved to the OHL with the Ottawa 67's from 1999-2005. In 2005, he got to his ultimate goal of DJing for the Ottawa Senators, and has been here ever since. Alex lives off the crowd's energy when deciding the tracks he will play next.

Alex Marchand


Guest Singer Angela Marie width=How to audition?

All interested anthem performers may submit an audio or video recording of both the Canadian and American national anthems, performed a cappella to:

Ottawa Senators
Game Presentation – Anthem Performance
1000 Palladium Drive
Kanata, ON, K2V 1A5

Or via email to by August 20th, 2014 for the 2014-15 season.

Please include brief biographical and contact information.

Guest Singer Alex LaCassePlease note there are limited spaces available for guest anthem singers. Selected candidates will be contacted to audition at Canadian Tire Centre.
Bilingual lyrics to O Canada as sung at Canadian Tire Centre.

O Canada! Our home and native land!
True patriot love in all thy sons command,

Car ton bras sait porter l'épée,
Il sait porter la croix!

Ton histoire est une épopée
Des plus brillants exploits,

God keep our land glorious and free!
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.