|Written by Eric Daoust|
June, 2012 – Louie Caporusso is a talented undersized forward who is very quick and has good hands. Unfortunately, his statistics have trended in the wrong direction in the past three years. After posting 49 points in 41 games at the University of Michigan in 2008-09, his points slipped to 43 and 31 points in his final two seasons in college. After being signed to an entry level deal by the Senators, Caporusso saw some time with Binghamton of the AHL but failed to register a point in 13 games. He spent the rest of the season in the ECHL where he had 32 points in 29 games for Elmira. Next season will be important for him as it is the final season of his entry level contract. Due to his lack of size, he needs to establish himself in the AHL before he gets labeled as a career minor leaguer.
Fantasy Outlook: C+
Caporusso has good upside, but needs to establish himself in the AHL quickly.
Some highlights of Caporusso and former college teammate Carl Hagelin:
Fantasy Prospects Report Notes (Any FPR's released in the last 18 months will not be listed here):
|Last Updated on Monday, 11 June 2012 16:52|