Two standouts for the Binghamton Senators have earned All-Star honors from the American Hockey League.  Defenseman Chris Wideman and Left-Wing Shane Prince have gained All-Star status.

Wideman is a First Team All-Star pick and  leads all AHL defenseman in assists, points and shots on goal.  So far he has scored 17 goals and added 37 assists for 54 points in 70 games.  He was named the CCM/AHL Player of the Month honors in October and represented the B-Sens in the 2015 AHL All-Star game.

Prince is selected to the Second AHL All-Star Team.  He is currently tied for sixth place in scoring in the AHL with 25 goals and 34 assists for 59 points. He tops the B-Sens in power-play goals with nine and has scored five game-winning tallies.

The B-Sens are home for two weekend games hosting the Albany Devils on Friday night and Utica on Saturday night.  Both games are set for 7:05 starts.