Prince scored his first two NHL goals Wednesday against the Avalanche. Prince now has six points in 13 games this season. While it's okay to be excited about the rookie;s contributions, his meager production through 13 games indicates that a wait-and-see approach is the most prudent one right now.
Prince notched his first two points of the season -- a pair of assists -- in Thursday's 5-4 shootout loss to the Devils. Ottawa's fourth line came up big despite the loss. Prince was able to find Chris Neil streaking towards the net to give the Senators a 4-2 lead in the third period. He also made a nice play along the left wall to keep the puck in Ottawa's zone before Zack Smith's score. Prince played 9:03 and really can't be relied on for offense night in and night out.
Prince is a healthy scratch the Ottawa Citizen reports. Prince has been battling for a roster spot all summer. He made the roster but continues to be held off the ice for now as a healthy scratch.
Shane Prince will battle with Matt Puempel for a spot on the Senators' fourth line during training camp, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
Shane Prince signed a one-year, two-way contact with the Senators on Wednesday.
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