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About Ottawa Senators vs. Toronto Maple Leafs

The Battle of Ontario is the name of the NHL rivalry between the Ottawa Senators and Toronto Maple Leafs. The two teams have been battling it out since 1992 and as of November 2022, have played each other 137 times. The rivalry is fierce and is often thought to be one of the top rivalry games within the NHL.

The rivalry between these two dates back before the founding of the NHL. Games between the two teams were first played in 1891 when the original Senators defeated the St George club of Toronto. Fast forward to 1992 when the Senators entered the NHL. The rivalry would not resume until the late 90's. From 1992 till 1998 Toronto was in the Western Conference and Ottawa was in the Eastern. Being in opposite conferences limited them meeting one another in regular season play. It wasn't until 1998-99 when the conferences re-aligned, and Toronto moved to the East that the two squared off again. In 2000 the two teams met for the first time in the playoffs with Toronto defeating Ottawa in six game. The two sides would meet the following two seasons in 2001 and 2002 with Toronto winning each contest. They would meet again in 2004 with the Leafs winning in seven games. The Maple Leafs leads the series 65-56-3. Fans can rest assured the bitter rivalry between the two will rage on as the clubs face off at both Scotiabank Arena as well as Canadian Tire Centre

Frequently Asked Questions about the Toronto Maple Leafs and Ottawa Senators

What Senators player has the most career goals all-time against the Maple Leafs?

Daniel Alfredsson has scored the most career goals for the Senators against the Toronto Maple Leafs with 33 goals

Who is the best goalie in Senators history?

Craig Anderson is considered the best goalie in Ottawa Senators history

Why are they called the Ottawa Senators

The name is derived from Ottawa's status as the seat of the Canadian national government

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