Luc Robitaille Poster


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Overview (3)

Born in Montréal, Québec, Canada
Nicknames Lucky Luc
Cool Hand Luc
Height 6' 1" (1.85 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Luc Robitaille is a professional hockey player, who at the time Sudden Death (1995) was filmed, was playing with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Since then, he was traded to the New York Rangers on August 31, 1996. He has accomplished 50-goal season three times in his 10 NHL seasons. Robitaille set the NHL record of of most goals and total points scored by a left wing in the NHL with 63 goals and 125 points in the 1992-93 season. Robitaille has made the NHL All-Star team five times. In his rookie season of 1986-87, Robitaille captured the Calder Trophy, which is awarded to the NHL rookie of the year. Robitaille was originally drafted by the Los Angeles Kings, but traded to the Penguins following the 1993-94 season and is, as mentioned before, currently with the Rangers. Was born in Montreal, Québec.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Jen Marsh <nhl1135@icanect.net>

Spouse (1)

Stacey Toten (27 June 1992 - present) ( 2 children)

Trivia (15)

Father of 2 sons, Steven and Jesse.
His wife, Stacia, is president of her own label, Raystone Records (www.staciamusic.com)
Named Canadian Major Junior Player of the Year in 1986 after scoring 68 goals and 191 points in 63 games for the Hull Olympiques of the QMJHL.
Drafted 171st overall in the 1984 Entry Draft by the Los Angeles Kings.
Highest-scoring left winger in NHL history with 631 goals (as of July 2003).
Dealt to the Pittsburgh Penguins after falling out of favor with then-Los Angeles Kings captain Wayne Gretzky.
Surname pronounced Robe-eh-TIE.
Broke Hall of Famer Johnny Bucyk's NHL record for points by a left wing with his 1,370th. Robitaille holds the record for goals by a left wing (653), and most points in one season at left wing (125) [22 March 2004]
Played for the Los Angeles Kings (1986-1987 thru 1993-1994), Pittsburgh Penguins (1994-1995), New York Rangers (1995-1996 thru 1996-1997), Los Angeles Kings (1997-1998 thru 2000-2001), and Detroit Red Wings (2001-2002 thru 2002-2003).
Step-father of Steven R. McQueen.
His nickname "Lucky" was given to him by former teammate Dave 'Tiger' Williams.
The song "Welcome Home, Luc Robitaille" (part of the album "Ode to Ochrasy") by Swedish band Mando Diao was dedicated to him.
Son-in-law of Bob Totem.
(April 10 2006) Retired from the National Hockey League. [April 2006]
(24 July) Signed a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Kings. Financial terms were not disclosed. [July 2003]

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