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Ottawa Senators Acrylic Hockey Display Cases
Proudly show off your hockey collectibles with our made in the USA Ottawa Senators Display Cases. Our acrylic cases are specially designed to hold hockey caps, pucks, helmets and hockey jerseys. Each case also includes an engraved Ottawa Senators logo on the front.
History Of The Ottawa Senators
The Ottawa Senators are not the first NHL franchise playing in Ottawa, Ontario to use that name. The original Ottawa Senators were founded in 1883 and joined the NHL in 1917 after spending seven years in the National Hockey Association and bounced around prior to that from one amateur hockey league to another. In 1934 the team moved to St Louis to become the Eagles and folded at the end of that season. During their time in the NHL the original Senators won a total of eleven Stanley Cups and eight Division Championships.
The new Ottawa Senators were founded and established by Bruce Firestone, an Ottawa real estate developer. Using a ‘Bring Back the Senators’ campaign, Firestone and his business partners were successful in convincing the NHL and hockey fans in the region that Ottawa could once again support a professional hockey team.
The Senators have proven to be a success story having qualified for Stanley Cup playoffs in fourteen of the past seventeen seasons and has averaged one of the highest attendance in the NHL. The team is also one of the most valuable NHL franchises having been valued at $220-million by Forbes Magazine in 2012.
The team colors are red, black, gold and white and they are part of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference.
There have been a number of top league players who have skated for the Ottawa Senators and they include Daniel Alfredsson (1995-2013), Zdeno Chara (2001-2006), Dany Heatley (2005-2009), Jason Spezza (2002-present) and Mike Fisher (1999-2001).
The original Ottawa Senators won a total of eleven Stanley Cups (1903-1904, 1904-1905, 1905-1906, 1906-1907, 1909-1910, 1910-1911, 1911-1912, 1920-1921, 1921-1922, 1923-1924, 1927-1928) and 8 Division Championships. The new Ottawa Senators have not won a Stanley Cup but have one Conference Championship, one Presidents’ Trophy (2002-2003) and four Division Championships.