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|Ottawa Jr. Senators|
|City||Ottawa, Ontario, Canada|
|League||Central Canada Hockey League|
|Home arena||Jim Durrell Recreation Centre|
Jim Peplinski Arena
|Colors||Blue, red, white,|
|General manager||Martin Dagenais (2014-present)|
|Head coach||Martin Dagenais (2014-present)|
|1992–present||Ottawa Jr. Senators|
The Ottawa Jr. Senators are a junior-age men's ice hockey team from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Their home arena is the Jim Durrell Recreation Centre in south Ottawa. The club is in the Robinson Division of the Central Canada Hockey League, a Junior "A" league. The team is not affiliated with the NHL Ottawa Senators.
The Senators joined the Central Junior A Hockey League in 1979. In 1992, the Ottawa Senators changed their name to the Ottawa Jr. Senators because of the NHL team Ottawa Senators. Ottawa won their first Art Bogart Cup in 1983 over Pembroke. Ten years later, they won their second championship. In 1995, Ottawa came close against the Cornwall Colts for their third championship. The 2000-01 season was memorable for the Ottawa Jr. Senators as they achieved the lowest goals allowed in the league (173) and finished 2nd, despite being 10 points behind the Cornwall Colts, as both teams met in the championship finals. The series went to 7 games, but the Jr. Senators lost in a humiliating 7-0 loss.
The following year, the Jr. Senators were determined to repeat their previous season, and settled for 3rd overall behind Cornwall and Nepean. Ottawa managed to defeat Nepean in 6 games and return to the final. This time, Ottawa won the series in 5 games and qualified for the Fred Page Cup in Truro. The semi-final game against the Valleyfield Braves and Ottawa Jr. Senators meant the winner would go to the Royal Bank Cup in Halifax, as the hosts Halifax Oland Exports already earned a bye to the final. Ottawa punched their ticket to the Royal Bank Cup winning 7-2 over the Braves. Ottawa lost the Fred Page Cup championship game 4-2 to Halifax.
At the Royal Bank Cup, the Jr. Senators ended up finishing 4th with a 1-3 record. Ottawa faced Halifax for the fourth time, and the semi-final was a back and forth scoring game, but Halifax ended up taking the game 9-7 and eventually capturing the Royal Bank Cup.
The championship team was lost in a blockbuster trade with the Gloucester Rangers, who were rebuilding their team and overcoming a dead-last finish in the 2001-02 standings. Despite only carrying three returnees, the Jr. Senators still managed to upset the top 2 teams in the league en route to the Art Bogart Cup against Nepean. Ottawa couldn't handle the Nepean Raiders and lost the series in 5 games.
The Ottawa Jr. Senators wouldn't return to the semi-finals until 2009. Ottawa lost the previous three game 7 semi-final games. The most-heartbreaking loss was in 2015, when the Pembroke Lumber Kings scored the game winner with just under a minute left in the game.
[File:Ottawa Jr Senators.png||160px|previous Jr. Senators logo]]
Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
|1982-83||48||30||11||7||-||263||189||67||1st CJHL||Won League|
|1992-93||57||41||8||4||4||433||272||90||1st CJHL||Won League|
|2001-02||55||31||11||10||3||237||169||75||3rd CJHL||Won League|
|2005–06||57||30||20||4||3||226||203||67||2nd Robinson||Lost Quarter-final|
|2006–07||55||29||20||4||2||181||178||64||1st Robinson||Lost Quarter-final|
|2008-09||60||30||23||-||7||194||201||67||6th CJHL||Lost Semi-final|
|2009-10||62||33||24||-||5||216||204||71||5th CJHL||Lost Semi-final|
|2011-12||62||33||26||-||3||221||192||69||7th CCHL||Lost Quarter-final|
|2012-13||62||40||16||-||6||220||175||86||1st CCHL||Lost Semi-final|
|2013-14||62||39||20||-||3||259||185||81||1st of 6 Yzerman|
3rd of 12 CCHL
|Won Quarterfinals, 4-1 (Colts)|
Lost Semifinals, 3-4 (Bears)
|2014-15||62||44||13||4||1||244||147||93||1st of 6 Yzerman|
2nd of 12 CCHL
|Won Quarterfinals, 4-0 (Rangers)|
Lost Semifinals, 3-4 (Lumber Kings)
|2015-16||62||44||14||4||4||215||153||96||1st of 6 Yzerman|
2nd of 12 CCHL
|Won Quarterfinals, 4-1 (73's)|
Won Semifinals 4-2 (Hawks)
Lost League Finals, 3-4 (Canadians)
Fred Page Cup Edit
|Year||Round Robin||Record||Standing||SemiFinal||Gold Medal Game|
|2002||W, Truro Bearcats 6-0|
L, Halifax Oland Exports 3-6
L, Valleyfield Braves 7-8
|1-2-0||2nd of 4||W, Valleyfield Braves ?-?||L, Halifax Oland Exports 3-4|
Halifax RBC Hosts
Ottawa to RBC as FPC reps
- CJHL Bogart Cup Championships: 1983, 1993, 2002
- Eastern Canadian Fred Page Cup Championships: 2000
- CJAHL Royal Bank Cup Championships: None
|Central Junior Hockey League|
|Teams||Brockville Braves · Carleton Place Canadians · Cornwall Colts · Cumberland Grads · Gloucester Rangers · Hawkesbury Hawks · Kanata Stallions · Kemptville 73's · Nepean Raiders · Ottawa Jr. Senators · Pembroke Lumber Kings · Smiths Falls Bears|
|Former Teams||Cornwall Royals · Gatineau Actionaires · Hull Hawks · Rockland Nationals|
|CJHL: · Fred Page Cup · Royal Bank Cup|
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