Sixth season as a Griffin…Sixth year pro…Ranks among the Griffins all-time leaders with 306 games played (5th) and six unassisted goals (T7th)…Signed to a three-year entry-level contract by Detroit, 11/9/10…Assigned by Detroit, 9/26/11…Recalled by Detroit, 4/16/12…Assigned by Detroit, 9/14/12…Assigned by Detroit, 9/23/13...Reassigned to Toledo (ECHL) by Detroit, 11/20/13...Reassigned from Toledo by Detroit, 12/16/13...Reassigned to Toledo by Detroit, 12/21/13...Reassigned from Toledo by Detroit, 12/21/13...Reassigned to Toledo by Detroit, 12/28/13...Reassigned from Toledo by Detroit, 1/14/14...Assigned by Detroit, 10/3/14...Re-signed to a one-year contract by Detroit, 7/15/15…Assigned by Detroit, 10/4/15…Signed to a one-year contract, 8/8/16.
Set career highs in goals (12), assists (17) and points (29) while appearing in 75 games with Grand Rapids…Placed fourth on the team in penalty minutes with 87…Notched the game-winning goal, 12/18/15 vs. TEX…Put away a goal and an assist (1-1—2) for his first of six multi-point games on the season, 12/31/15 vs. MIL…Recorded a five-game point streak, 1/8/16-1/15/16…Tallied a pair of assists, 1/12/16 at CHA…Netted his first career multi-goal game (2-0—2), 1/30/16 at MIL…Potted two points (1-1—2), 3/5/16 at CHA…Picked up two assists, 3/19/16 at TEX…Responsible for the game-winning goal as the Griffins clinched a 2016 Calder Cup Playoff berth, 4/3/16 at RCH…Played in his 300th game as a Griffin, 4/3/16 at RCH…Skated in nine Calder Cup Playoff games and accounted for one goal (1-0—1). 2014-15
: Matched career highs in goals (5), assists (11) and points (16) and set a new career high in plus/minus (+9) in 67 games with Grand Rapids…Ranked fifth on the team in penalty minutes with 52...Notched three goals in 16 games for the Griffins during the Calder Cup Playoffs…Strung together a three-game point streak, recording two points in each of those games, 3/28/15-4/3/15. 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
: 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).
: Lives in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec...Has two older sisters…His father, Pierre, played in the NHL from 1980-85 for Quebec and Detroit and won a Calder Cup with the Adirondack Red Wings in 1986...Greatest hockey memory is winning the Calder Cup with the Griffins…Began playing hockey at the age of four as a forward…Hockey nicknames are Aubs and Lou the Shoe…Chose his jersey number because it’s his birthdate, 11/11…Greatest influence on his hockey career has been his dad because as a former professional player, he’s been through it…After his playing career is over, plans to stay around the game and coach or own a business…First job was being a hockey player…Greatest obstacle he’s overcome is missing a year of hockey due to a stress fracture in his leg…Favorite charitable causes are the Griffins Youth Foundation and Stand Up 2 Cancer…Most unique place he's visited is the Eiffel Tower in Paris…If he could trade places with another occupation, he would be a professional golfer…Also speaks French…Played golf and tennis growing up…Once met Georges St. Pierre…Enjoys steak and lobster…Favorite quote is “we can’t change the cards we are dealt, just how we play the hand”…Favorite music artist is Celine Dion…Favorite movies are Gladiator and Rocket Richard…Favorite television shows are Suits and Game of Thrones…Favorite book is The Golfer and the Millionaire…Other than hockey, enjoys watching golf and tennis.