Senators: Rise in season ticket sales

Senators: Season Ticket Sales Rise

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Ottawa Senators fans are visibly encouraged by the many additions to their roster this off-season as the team from the Canadian capital reportedly saw a significant uptick in season ticket sales for the 2022-2023 campaign. 

This was revealed by the president of the “Sens”, Anthony LeBlanc, during an interview with the Sportsnet network. The Senators organization has yet to release official numbers, but is expected to do so in the coming days. 

The Senators also did not release numbers last season, but the Belief has it that there were fewer than 5,000 season ticket holders, which would be the team's lowest total. The Ontario club also maintained the lowest average attendance per game in 2021-2022, with just over 9,000 spectators passing through the doors of the Canadian Tire Center during each game.

“ I can say that the number of season ticket holders is the highest recorded in a few years, indicated LeBlanc. We have recorded a significant increase which started around when Pierre [Dorion, the general manager] made a few trades.”

During the off-season, Dorion, among other things, obtained forward Alex Chicago Blackhawks DeBrincat and Minnesota Wild goaltender Cam Talbot through trades. He also agreed on the terms of a three-year contract with Claude Giroux.

The “Sens” will thus try to return to the playoffs, they who have not tasted this pleasure since the 2016-2017 campaign.