Canadian Tire Centre is 18 miles west of downtown Ottawa. The arena opened in 1996 as the Palladium but was quickly changed to the Corel Centre after the Ottawa software company. The Corel Centre became Scotiabank Place in 2006 and, in turn, was renamed Canadian Tire Centre in 2013. On April 15, 1999, legendary Wayne Gretzky played his last NHL game in Canada, when he and the New York Rangers visited the Corel Centre for a regular-season matchup. The arena boasts great sightlines and the furthest seat is 138 feet from the ice, according to the arena Web site. Visitors will also find a display of hockey artwork hanging from the ceiling. The Senators hosted the 2012 All-Star Game.
Lower Level Club and Lower Level End seating include Rows A-H.
Upper Level seating includes Rows A-S.
Alcohol is prohibited in sections 216 and 314-316.
1000 Palladium Drive
Ottawa, Ontario K2V 1A5
From downtown Ottawa: Take Highway 417 (the Queensway) west to the Palladium Drive exit and follow signs to arena.
From the south: Take Highway 31 or Highway 416 to the 417. Proceed west on Highway 417 to the Palladium Drive exit.
From the Outaouais region: Take the Portage Bridge across the Ottawa River. Proceed on Wellington Street to Lyon Street, then south on Lyon Street to Highway 417 (the Queensway). Follow the Queensway west to the Palladium Drive exit.
From the west: Take either Highway 7 (Carleton Place, Smiths Falls, Perth) or Highway 17 (Almonte, Pakenham, Arnprior, Renfrew) to Highway 417 (the Queensway). Follow the Queensway east to the Palladium Drive exit.
There are 6,500 parking spaces at Canadian Tire Centre. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 7 are passholders parking. Lot 4 is mixed passholder/premium public parking. Lots 5, 6 and 8 are public parking Limousine, bus and valet parking are also available. For more information on parking, call (613) 599-0190.
The OC Transpo bus routes 401, 402, 403, 404 and 405 provide service to Canadian Tire Centre from across the region. They operate to all Senators hockey games and major concerts and events. For more information, call the shuttle hotline at (613) 741-4390 or visit the OC Transpo Web site. For transit service from the Outaouais area, contact Service Transport d'Outaouais (STO) at (819) 770-3242
or visit the STO Web site.