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OT (Over Time)
When scores are level at the end of a game, some leagues play an extra 'overtime' period with a sudden death goal to decide which team wins the game.  The format of these sudden death overtime periods varies from league to league.
OTL (Over Time Loss)
In leagues where an an overtime period is played following a draw in regulation and the league standings have the overtime win added to the W column - the point for a draw in regulation is added to the OTL column of the losing overtime team.
Otomo, Tsutsumi (- )
International Career : Played for Japan in the 1998 Olympics.
Ott, Steve (1982- )
Forward. 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) 2000-01.
Club Career : Played for Windsor Spitfires.
Ottawa 67's [web site]
Logo © Ottawa 67s
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Ontario Hockey League 1967- .
Home ice : Ottawa Civic Centre
Team colours : red, black & white
Head coach : Bill Long 1967-, Brian Kilrea 1974-84, Brian Kilrea 1986- 
Honours : Won the Memorial Cup in 1984 & 1999.
Ottawa Arena
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Opened in 1923. Also known as Ottawa Auditorium.
Home ice for : Ottawa Senators (1923-31)
Capacity : 10,000
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 85 feet
Ottawa Auditorium
See Ottawa Arena
Ottawa Capitals
Logo ©
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Federal Amateur Hockey League 1903-04.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Ottawa Civics
Logo © Ottawa Civics
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  Founded 1976. The Civics took the World Hockey Association franchise from Denver Spurs in the middle of the 1975-76 season. They broke a new WHA record when they folded after two games.
Home ice : Civic Center Arena
Team colours : orange, gold, black & white
Ottawa Cliffsides
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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Played 1909-10.
Home ice :  
Team colours :  
Ottawa Commandos
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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Quebec Senior Hockey League 1942-45.
Home ice :  
Team colours :  
Ottawa District Hockey Association [web site]
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The Ottawa District Hockey Association is one of thirteen Branch Associations of the Canadian Hockey Association and one of three Ontario Branches. The other Branches in the province are the Northwestern Ontario Hockey Association and Ontario Hockey Federation. The Ottawa District Hockey Association has around 23,000 players registered.
Ottawa Engineers
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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Ottawa National Defense Hockey League 1942-43 & 1944-45.
Home ice :  
Team colours :  
Ottawa Gunners
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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Played 1919-23.
Home ice :  
Team colours :  
Ottawa HC
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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Amateur Hockey Association 1892-1898, the Canadian Amateur Hockey League 1898-04 and the Federal Amateur Hockey League 1904-05.
Home ice : Lady Aberdeen Park 1892-05
Team colours :
Honours :
Won the Canadian Amateur Hockey League in 1901 & 1903.
Won the Federal Amateur Hockey League in 1905.
Ottawa Jr Senators
Logo © Ottawa Jr Senators
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Central Junior A Hockey League (CJHL).
Home ice : Jim Durrell Recreation Complex
Team colours :
white, black & red
General manager :
J Archie Mulligan
Head coach :
Jason Clarke
Ottawa Montagnards
Logo ©
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Federal Amateur Hockey League 1904-06.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Ottawa National Defense Hockey League
Known as the ONDHL. Also know as the OCHL. Contested 1940-47.
Ottawa Nationals
Logo © Ottawa Nationals
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  Founded 1971. One of the original franchises for the World Hockey Association. Played in WHA the inaugural season 1972-73. Then the owner moved the franchise to Toronto Toros.
Home ice : Civic Center Arena
Team colours : red, white & blue
Ottawa New Edinburghs
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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Played 1923-24.
Home ice :  
Team colours :  
Ottawa RCAF
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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Ontario National Defence Hockey League 1941-42 and the Ontario Hockey Association Senior A League 1942-43.
Also see RCAF Flyers (Ottawa)
Ottawa Senators (1908-34)
Logo © Ottawa Senators
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association 1908-09, both the Canadian Hockey Association & the National Hockey Association 1909-10 and the National Hockey Association 1910-17. One of the four founder members of the National Hockey League in 1917. Did not play in the 1931-32 season. The franchise was transferred to the St Louis Eagles in 1934.
Home ice : Dey Brothers Rink 1908-23, Ottawa Arena 1923-31
Team colours : 
black, red & white
General manager :
Tommy Gorman 1919-23, Dave Gill 1926-27
Head coach :
Bruce Stuart 1908-13, Alf Smith 1913-19, Pete Green 1919-25, Alex Currie 1925-26, Dave Gill 1926-29, Newsy Lalonde 1929-31, On Hiatus 1931-32, Cy Denneny 1932-33, George Boucher 1933-34
Team captain : Bruce Stuart 1908-10, Percy LeSueur 1910-11, Marty Walsh 1911-12, Jack Darragh 1916-19, Eddie Gerrard 1919-23, Cy Denneny 1923-26, George Boucher 1926-28, King Clancy 1928-30, Frank Finnigan 1930-31 & 1932-33, Syd Howe 1933-34
Honours :
Won the Stanley Cup in 1909, 1911, 1920, 1921, 1923 & 1927.
Won the Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association in 1909.
Won the National Hockey Association in 1910-11 & 1914-15.
Won the National Hockey League regular season 1920-21 & 1922-23.
Won the Prince of Wales Trophy in 1926-27.
Ottawa Senators (1945-55)
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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Quebec Senior Hockey League 1945-53 and the Québec Hockey League 1953-55 - although the team did not complete the second season because it folded on 21st December 1954.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Honours :
Won the Quebec Senior Hockey League 1946-47, 1947-48 & 1948-49.
Ottawa Senators (1992- ) [web site]
Logo © Ottawa Senators
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The re-formed Senators joined the National Hockey League in 1992-93 season.
Home ice : Corel Center
Team colours : black, red & gold
Affiliations have included : Binghamton Senators 2002-08, Charlotte Checkers 2005-07, Detroit Vipers 1997-99, Grand Rapids Griffins 1999-02, Mobile Mysticks 2001-02, New Haven Senators 1992-93, PEI Senators 1993-96, Raleigh Ice Caps 1996-97, Thunder Bay Senators 1994-96, Worcester Ice Cats 1996-98
General manager : Mel Bridgman 1992-93, Randy Sexton 1993-95, Randy Sexton & Pierre Gauthier 1995-96, Pierre Gauthier 1996-98, Rick Dudley 1998-99, Marshall Johnston 1999-02, John Muckler 2002-07, Bryan Murray 2007-  
Head coach : Rick Bowness 1992-95, Rick Bowness & Dave Allison & Jacques Martin 1995-96, Jacques Martin 1996-04, Bryan Murray 2004-07, John Paddock & Bryan Murray 2007-08, Craig Hartsburg 2008-   
Team captain : Laurie Boschman 1992-93, Brad Shaw & Mark Lamb & Gord Dineen 1993-94, Randy Cunnyworth 1994-98, Alexei Yashin 1998-99, Daniel Alfredsson 1999- 
Honours : Won the Presidents' Trophy in 2002-03.
Won the Prince of Wales Trophy in 2006-07.
Retired jersey numbers : 8
Ottawa Silver Seven
Logo © Ottawa Silver Seven
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association 1905-08.
Home ice : Lady Aberdeen Park 1905-07, Dey Brothers Rink 1907-08
Team colours : 
black, red & white
Head coach : Alf Smth 1902-08
Team captain : Harvey Pulford 1902-06
Honours :
Won the Stanley Cup in 1903 (March), 1904, 1905 & 1906 (February).
Won the Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association in 1906.
Ottawa Victorias
Logo ©
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Federal Amateur Hockey League 1905-06.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Otto, Joel (1961- )
Born in Elk River, Minnesota, USA. Centre.
International Career : Played for the USA in the 1998 Olympics, the 1985 & 1990 World Championships, the 1987 & 1991 Canada Cups and the 1996 World Cup of Hockey.
Club Career : Played for Calgary Flames & Moncton Golden Flames 1984-85, Calgary Flames 1985-95 and Philadelphia Flyers 1995-98.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1989.
OTW (OverTime Win)
In leagues where an an overtime period is played following a draw in regulation and the league standings have the draw in regulation added to the D or T column - the point for the overtime win is added to the OTW column of the winning overtime team.

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