Shane Prince (LW)
2012-13: Made his professional hockey debut with Binghamton (AHL) 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 Nov. 2 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 in Binghamton team scoring.
2011-12: Completed in his fourth season of major junior hockey with the Ottawa 67’s (OHL) establishing new career highs in goals (43) and points (90)… Ranked fourth among all OHL players in goals and points despite missing 11 regular season games due to injury… Ranked second among 67’s players in goals, assists, and overall team scoring… Set a new individual game career-high with six points (two goals, four assists) in a 9-4 win at Peterborough on Jan. 19… Finished second in 67’s post-season scoring with new playoff career highs in all statistical categories… Recognized as a co-winner of the team’s Humanitarian Award.