I think that might be a fair comparison.
I want to see what he does in the AHL next year. A lot of his fire and penchant for stirring up trouble were non-existent in the playoffs. I hope he becomes comfortable and translates those attributes over to the next league. If he does, he could really turn into a versatile player.
Right now I'd peg him as a finesse player with the ability to kill penalties and muck it up, if needed.
Luca's game has changed drastically virtually every season (moreso than most prospects), so it'll be interesting to see where the AHL takes him.
I always throw this disclaimer out there, but remember that Niagara was stacked, and that type of offensive potential could be a bit of a flash in the pan, if you catch my meaning.