The Ottawa Senators will be travelling from UBC sometime this afternoon before the team’s game against the Vancouver Canucks tonight.

When should the Ottawa Senators leave UBC for Abbotsford Centre?

Sens have exhibition game in Abbotsford tonight, but will risk Highway 1 traffic this afternoon

The Ottawa Senators will get a chance to experience the glory that is Highway 1 traffic this afternoon – and hockey fans attending tonight’s exhibition game between the Sens and the Vancouver Canucks in Abbotsford hope they manage to time it well.

The Canucks and Senators face-off tonight at 7 p.m. at the Abbotsford Centre, but the Sens have decided to spend the morning practicing at UBC. The practice begins at approximately 10:30 a.m. and is likely to last at least 90 minutes, meaning the club will probably also face-off with busy traffic on Highway 1.

RELATED: Tickets still available for tonight’s NHL exhibition game in Abbotsford

The decision to have a morning practice was one the Canucks decided to avoid, as the team is already in Abbotsford.

Many people online have been questioning the itinerary of the Senators.

What time would you recommend the Senators leave UBC this afternoon?

In other news related to the game, the rosters for both teams have been released for tonight.

The Canucks have already hit the ice at Abbotsford Centre to practice.

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