Senators hockey season will kick off on Saturday, April 8, with the first-ever Senators-Oilers game, which will be broadcast on CBC Sports Network.
The game is being streamed live from the Ottawa Senators’ training facility and will air on CBC News Network.CBC Ottawa Senators Hockey’s first-round playoff series will kick-off at 5 p.m.
ET on CBC, CBC Radio One, Radio-Canada, CBC News Radio, CBC GO, and the CBC News app.CBC Senators hockey will have the first home game of the season on Saturday.
The Ottawa Senators and the Calgary Flames play two games in two nights on CBC/Radio-Canada.
Senators hockey was played for the first time in 2018.
Senators president and CEO Paul MacLean said he has been watching the game closely over the last several years, and he said the team has been preparing for it.
The Senators were a playoff team last season.
They won a playoff series in 2014 and 2015.
They also won two Presidents’ Trophies in the same year.
Senators captain Erik Karlsson said this is a new experience for him, but he is looking forward to the challenge.
Karlsson said it is important for all players to come together and play the best hockey possible.
He said the Senators are not going to let this series go without us.
The fans are going to come out and support us.
We want to give them an amazing experience and hope to see them in the game, and hopefully we can win the Stanley Cup in the process.
Senators coach Paul MacLeod said it was a great start for the team.
The two teams have met seven times in the past six seasons, including in the playoffs in each of those seasons.
The Senators won in overtime in 2016 and lost in overtime last season when the Flames won the Stanley Series.
Senators goaltending coach Dave Cameron said he is excited for the challenge of facing a team that has won five Stanley Cups.
The Flames will be looking for their fourth playoff win.
The Oilers have not won a Cup in 12 years.
The two teams meet in the first round in 2019.
The game will be televised live on CBC.
CBC Ottawa Senators Sports Network, hosted by Craig Button, will provide the game and coverage throughout the series.
CBC Radio’s Ottawa Sports Network will provide a full live stream of the game on its Ottawa Senators radio channel.
Senators players, coaches and staff will also be available on the radio for live updates throughout the game.
The Ottawa Senators also host the Calgary Flame in the Eastern Conference Final in 2019 on Wednesday, April 15, at 7 p.c.
The series will also feature the Edmonton Oilers and the Toronto Maple Leafs in the Stanley Finals on Wednesday.