Shane Prince
Shane Prince
26-Year-Old Left WingLW
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2018 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Shane Prince in 2018. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
$Signed a contract with HC Davos of Switzerland in August of 2018.
Moving over to Switzerland
LWFree Agent
August 5, 2018
Prince signed a contract with HC Davos of Switzerland on Saturday, TSN reports.
The New York native compiled 38 points (12 goals, 26 assists) over 128 career contests in the NHL. It's quite unfortunate that Prince didn't pan out, especially since he held so much promise as the 2011 second-round (61st overall) selection, with his career originating in Ottawa. Perhaps he'll find a second wind playing overseas after injuries limited him to 14 games with the Islanders in 2017-18.
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
A year and some into his time with the Isles, Prince hasn't proven to be an answer for the team's needs at left wing, and after last year's new career high of 18 points in 50 games, he may have a hard time finding steady minutes on the NHL roster. Plus, his situation has been complicated even further by his undergoing offseason ankle surgery with a return target of mid-December. The Islanders have plenty of bodies on the wings, and unless Prince displaces veteran Nikolay Kulemin from the fourth line, it’s hard to see how he'll make it into the game-day lineup. Even if he does do that, there’s not much fantasy value to be mined here until the 24-year-old shows some signs that he can carry over his terrific AHL production (most notably 65 points in 72 games back in 2014-15) to hockey’s highest level.
Prince made his NHL debut with the Senators last season, skating in two games and providing an assist. After racking up 28 goals and 37 assists over 72 games at AHL Binghamton, Prince has seemingly little left to prove in the minors, and will vie for more extended action with the big club in 2015-16. Don't expect him to assume a major role with Ottawa, however, as the Senators appear to be rather settled across their top three lines.
Prince had a solid season in the AHL last year, collecting 21 goals, 27 assists, and a plus-23 rating in 69 games. At age 21, he still has yet to make his NHL debut, but the former second round pick is a prime candidate for a mid-season call up to the rebuilding Senators.
Prince was a second-round pick by the Sens in 2011, and has just finished his first full season as a pro. He scored 18 goals and added 17 assists in 65 games for AHL Binghamton. He will likely spend the year there again. Prince is a candidate for some spot call-ups throughout the year though, as he's just 20 years old and a definite part of Ottawa's plan for the future. He's worth keeping an eye on, but it's a long shot that he'll make a significant impact this season.
Prince had a stellar year for the Ottawa's 67's of the OHL, scoring 25 goals and adding 63 assists in 59 games. Chosen in the 2nd round (61st overall) of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, Prince, who currently stands 5'11" and weighs 185 pounds, will return to junior where he'll look to improve upon his 2010-11 season. He has great vision and hands to go along with some nice wheels, but like most young prospects Prince will need to improve his strength and conditioning in order to reach the next level. He's likely two to three years away from challenging for a spot on Ottawa's roster.
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Injury-plagued season
LWNew York Islanders  Foreign
April 29, 2018
Prince only had one goal and one assist in 14 games for the Islanders this season.
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Back in tow
LWNew York Islanders  Foreign
April 5, 2018
Prince (lower body) will return Thursday against the Rangers.
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Has begun skating
LWNew York Islanders  Foreign
Lower Body
March 27, 2018
Prince (lower body) is skating with the team, Newsday reports.
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Remains sidelined
LWNew York Islanders  Foreign
February 19, 2018
Prince (undisclosed) has yet to be cleared to play and will remain out of the lineup against the Wild on Monday.
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Still out Sunday
LWNew York Islanders  Foreign
February 11, 2018
Prince (undisclosed) won't play Sunday against the Flames.
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