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Ottawa Senators goaltender Brian Elliott makes a stick save during second period NHL hockey action against the Buffalo Sabres in Ottawa on Dec. 16, 2009. (Fred Chartrand)
Ottawa Senators goaltender Brian Elliott makes a stick save during second period NHL hockey action against the Buffalo Sabres in Ottawa on Dec. 16, 2009. (Fred Chartrand)

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The Ottawa Senators are slashing ticket prices between 20 and 30 per cent for a nine-game stretch starting next month.

Beginning Jan. 1, the NHL club will offer a 20-per-cent reduction in single-game ticket prices for eight contests and a 30-per-cent cut for another.

The eight games affected by the 20 per cent reduction include: Jan. 3 versus Philadelphia; Jan. 9 versus Florida; Jan. 19 versus Chicago; Feb. 4 versus Vancouver; Feb. 9 versus Calgary; Feb. 11 versus Washington; March 27 versus Florida, and April 10 versus Buffalo.

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The 30 per cent reduction will be for Ottawa's home game against Toronto on March 16.

"Every game counts towards playoff contention," Senators owner Eugene Melnyk said in a statement. "I want our players to benefit fully from the home game advantage."

The Sens are also offering a Metro Family 4 Pack that includes four tickets, four hotdogs and four drinks for $99. That deal will be available for five games - Jan. 3 versus Philadelphia; Jan. 5 versus Boston; Jan. 21 versus St. Louis; Feb. 9 versus Calgary and March 2 versus the New York Rangers.

Fans who've already bought tickets for games where prices have been reduced will be refunded the difference.

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