Sens and city archives ink hockey artifact deal

The Senators and City of Ottawa Archives announced a new partnership on Thursday and officially unveiled an historical exhibit celebrating Ottawa’s hockey history that will be housed on the 200 level of Scotiabank Place.
Citizens are encouraged to identify their own historical hockey items and donate them for preservation. Donations can be taken to the team’s Gate 1 offices at Scotiabank Place.
For more information, please contact Karen Ruttan at 613-599-0305 or ruttank@ottawasenators.com.
The items presently on display at Scotiabank Place include:
- the stick used by Daniel Alfredsson in his 1,000th career NHL game;
- the jersey Daniel Alfredsson wore in his 1,000th NHL game;
- gamesheet from the Ottawa Senators’ first regular-season game on Oct. 8, 1992;
- a replica of a stick used in the 1884 Montreal Winter Carnival games;
– 1922-23 world champions game-worn jersey;
- Ottawa New Edinburgh Club and hockey team photo photo from 1933-34;
- and a 1927 Ottawa Senators team photo.

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