Canadian Tire Centre

Section 115 at Canadian Tire Centre

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Section 115 Seating Notes

  • For hockey games, we recommend rows K-R for great views of the ice

Row Numbers

  • For most events, rows in Section 115 are labeled A-R
  • An entrance to this section is located at Row R
  • When looking towards the ice/stage, lower number seats are on the right

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  • Section 115 Reviews

    • 100 Level Center (Hockey)

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      The best seats at the Canadian Tire Centre are located at center ice in Sections 105-107 and 115-117. The traditional side to side viewing angles are highly sought after, and for the best positioning we recommend sitting in the upper half of the sections (Rows K and higher) for an ideal seating height to follow all the action. Senators fans can sit beside the Sens bench in the higher numbered seats of Rows A and B in Section 105, or directly behind the bench in Seats 13-18 in Section 105 Row C and Seats 1-8 in Section 106 Row C.  If you prefer to be closer to the visiting team, the lower numbered seats in Section 107 Rows A and B are beside the visitors bench, while Seats 1-6 in Section 107 Row C and Seats 10-18 in Section 106 Row C are behind the visitors bench. 

    • 100 Level Side (Concert)

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      During a traditional end stage show, you can find some of the best seats in the house in Sections 107 and 115, keeping you close to the stage while still having a permanent seat with elevation above floor level. Sections 106 and 116 are excellent options as well, but are the very best for performances which feature a stage in the center of the floor. Sections 108 and 114 offer a good opportunity to be close to the performance during an end stage show, however getting the right seat numbers is important to avoid being too far beyond the front of the stage. Opt for the lower numbered seats in Section 108 (seat 1 typically is on the right aisle), or the higher numbered seats in Section 114 (seat 12 is most commonly on the left aisle) to avoid the poorest viewing angles for an end stage performance.  Sections 104-105 and 117-118 are closer to the action than corner or end sections in a traditional stage configuration, however as these seats primarily face straight ahead you will be left with a significant head turn to the stage when seated. 

    • For Hockey - Recommended For Great Views of the Ice

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      Amazing views from near center ice on the lowest level of seating. Ideal seating height for being able to follow all the action

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