Shane Prince
HEIGHT: 5' 11"
BIRTHDATE: 16/11/1992
AGE: 23
DRAFTED: OTT: 2011-61 overall
AHL Second All-Star Team (2015)

2014-15: Playing in his third full professional season with Binghamton (AHL), he established new pro career highs in all offensive categories; games (72), goals (28), assists (37) and points (65) … His 65 points led the B-Sens … Along with teammate Chris Wideman, he represented the B-Sens in the 2014-15 AHL All-Star Classic, scoring three goals and earning one assist in the Eastern Conference’s 14-12 loss to the Western Conference on Jan. 26 in Utica … Was recalled to the Senators (and to the NHL) for the first time on Feb. 15 … Played in two NHL games after initially making his debut in Ottawa’s 6-3 home loss to Carolina, appearing in 13:03 time-on-ice, in a game in which he recorded the first point (an assist) of his NHL career … Was one of six different rookies to play for Ottawa in 2014-15… Was re-assigned to Binghamton on Feb. 19, where he completed the season … Was named to the AHL’s Second All-Star Team at left wing. 2013-14: Competed in his second professional season with the B-Sens establishing new career highs in each major statistical category … Ranked third among B-Sens with 21 goals while finishing the season tied for fifth in team scoring … Established a new professional career best while ranking tied for second among B-Sens (and tying for ninth among all AHL players) with a +23 plus/minus rating … Recorded the first hat-trick of his pro career when he scored Binghamton’s first three goals of the game in an eventual 6-3 win at Albany on 1/26/14 … Recorded two points (one goal, one assist) over four Calder Cup playoff games against Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. 2012-13: Made his pro hockey debut with Binghamton recording 35 points (18 goals, 17 assists) and 24 penalty minutes in 65 games ... Missed the first seven contests of the AHL regular-season due to an injury incurred in training camp and made his professional debut on 11/2/12 at Norfolk ... Registered the first point of his professional career with an assist in a 4-2 B-Sens setback in Norfolk the following evening ... Ranked second among B-Sens rookies in scoring while tying for 21st among all AHL rookies in points ... Tied for third among B-Sens in scoring. 2011-12: Competed in his fourth season of major junior hockey with the OHL’s Ottawa 67’s establishing new career highs in goals (43) and points (90) ... Missed 11 regular-season games due to injury ... Set an individual game career high with six points (two goals, four assists) in a 9-4 win at Peterborough on 1/19/12 ... Recognized as a co-winner of the team’s Humanitarian Award. 2010-11: Competed in his third season of major junior hockey with Ottawa registering new career highs in goals (25), assists (63) and points (88) ... Led the 67’s in assists and was second in team scoring. 2009-10: Split the season between the Kitchener Rangers (OHL) and Ottawa totalling 30 points (15 goals, 15 assists) and a major junior career-high 48 penalty minutes in 65 games ... Registered four points (two goals, two assists) in 12 post-season contests. 2008-09: Made his major junior career debut with Kitchener at the age of 15 – the league’s youngest player ... Played his first major junior game in the Rangers’ season-opening contest on 9/19/08 against Plymouth and registered his first point (an assist) on 10/30/08 at Barrie.