Louis-Marc Aubry (C)
Grand Rapids Griffins
2013-14: Appeared in 38 games with Grand Rapids…Picked up four points (2-2—4) and 16 penalty minutes…Produced two of his four total AHL points (goal, assist) in one game, 4/2/14 vs. IA…Suited up for 18 games with the ECHL’s Toledo Walleye…Tallied 15 points (7-8—15) and 10 PIM with Toledo…Notched a goal and assist in his ECHL debut, 11/23/13 vs. EVN…Scored a goal and assist four times with Toledo…Tallied two assists, 12/31/13 at FWK.
2012-13:2012-13: Won the Calder Cup with the Griffins…Recorded 12 points (4-8—12) and a career-high 60 penalty minutes in 64 games during his second professional season…Skated in 14 Calder Cup playoff games, notching one assist…Served a six-game suspension for his role in a bench-clearing brawl at Rockford, 1/23/13-2/6/13…Appeared in his 100th game as a Griffin, 2/9/13 at Oklahoma City…Had a career-high three-game point streak, 3/3/13-3/9/13…Picked up points in five of seven games, 3/3/13-3/17/13…Set a new career-high in penalty minutes with 15 on 3/28/13 at San Antonio.
2011-12: Served as a “black ace” with Detroit during the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs…Tallied 16 points (5-11—16) in 62 games in his first professional season…Made his professional debut, 10/8/11 at Rockford, and recorded scored his first professional goal against the same team on 11/9/11…Scored goals in back-to-back games, 11/9/11-11/11/11…Posted a three-point night (1-2—3) and was named first star, 12/2/11 vs. Toronto…Tied for the fifth-best shootout percentage in franchise history by capitalizing on two of three attempts (0.667), including a shootout-winning goal on 3/20/11 at San Antonio…Notched six points (1-5—6) in a six-game stretch, 1/17/12-2/12/12.
2010-11: Limited to just 35 appearances for the QMJHL’s Montreal Juniors due to injury…Produced 25 points (13-12—25) during the regular season…Scored at just under a point-per-game pace before injury (11-9—20 in 21 games)…Skated in all 10 playoff games for Montreal, finishing third on the team with five goals (5-1—6)…Represented the QMJHL in Canada-Russia Subway Super Series…Was a teammate of current Griffin Trevor Parkes.
2009-10: Recorded 33 points (15-18—33) in 66 games with the Juniors in draft season…Ranked among team leaders with 15 goals (T5th), 69 PIM (4th) and 124 hits (1st)…Scored a goal for Team Cherry in the 2010 CHL Top Prospects Game.
2008-09: Played in 65 games for Montreal as a 16-year-old rookie, chipping in 22 points (10-12—22).