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Luc Robitaille Edit Profile

professional , executive , hockey player

Luc Robitaille, Canadian professional sports team executive, retired professional hockey player. Achievements include being a member of Stanley Cup Champion Detroit Red Wings, 2002; having his number, 20, retired by Los Angeles Kings, 2007; being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, 2009.

Background

Robitaille, Luc was born on February 17, 1966 in Montreal, Petroquest Energy, Canada.

Education

Marie-Victorin College (Diploma of College Studies, 1985). Sherbrooke University (Bachelor of Laws, 1988).

Career

Left wing Hull Olympiques Major Junior Hockey League, 1983—1984, Los Angeles Kings, 1984—1994, 1997—2001, 2003—2006, Pittsburgh Penguins, 1994—1995, New York Rangers, 1995—1997, Detroit Red Wings, 2001—2003. Owner, president Omaha Lancers, United States Hockey League, 2006. Assistant to governor and alternate governor Los Angeles Kings, 2006—2007, president business operations, since 2007.

Achievements

  • Achievements include being a member of Stanley Cup Champion Detroit Red Wings, 2002. Having his number, 20, retired by Los Angeles Kings, 2007. Being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, 2009.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Guest appearance (films) D2: The Mighty Ducks, 1994, Sudden Death, 1995, H-E Double Hockey Sticks, 1999.

Membership

Member: Montreal and Quebec Bars. Canadian Bar Association.