Louis-Marc Aubry

Jason Banks






Louis-Marc Aubry, C

Shoots: L

Height: 6-3

Weight: 187

Born: 1991-11-11


Hometown: Trois-Rivières, Quebec


Drafted: 2010 by Detroit, 81st overall











December 2015- Louis Marc Aubry was re-signed by Detroit in the offseason to a one-year prove it contract. The fifth year AHL pro is off to a tepid pace with just one goal and two assists through his first 18 games, but seems to have taken on the role of protector. His 35 penalty minutes lead the team along with three fighting majors which go to show he's not afraid to mix it up to help spark the team or defend a teammate. His offense won't lead him to an NHL role, but winning all the one-on-one battles and ensuring he takes care of his own end it could lead to an opportunity at some point as scouts love players of his size that can work within the team. Travis Watson


June 2013- Despite being just 21 years old, Aubry seems to be at a crossroads. A dismal season in which he amassed only 12 points in 64 games played and has followed that up with whopping one point in 14 games played to date in the playoffs. Since Nyquist and company have returned from the Wings Aubry has taken a seat in the press box watching his team chase the Calder Cup. He was never going to be a top six forward to begin with and had an outside shot at top nine but at this point looking more and more likely that his window of opportunity to the NHL is closing. Travis Watson


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December 2012 – Aubrys’ offense has not come yet in the AHL and is actually regressing. He has only registered four points in 26 games so far, but we may attribute this lack of potency due to a reduced role for Grand Rapids in that he is now patrolling a reliable fourth line with Mitch Callahan and company. With an end to the lockout Aubry would likely move up a unit and be looked upon to add more production. The road will be a long one for him. Jason Banks


August, 2012 – Aubry, whose father played for the Red Wings from 1983-85, has the physical tools and level of compete to be an everyday hockey player. He routinely showcases a capable two-way game and the hockey smarts to fill a third line centre role with the potential to give some offense. Aubry's offense has yet to make an impact at the pro level, but with his sense for hockey and desirable work ethic it could come around. Aubry will hone his skills again in the AHL for the Grand Rapids Griffins in the 2012-13 season.



Fantasy Outlook: C-


Louis-Marc Possesses the hockey sense, skill and level of compete to make it to the NHL but likely in the role player or third line center capacity.






Aubry in his first pro fight:






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