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Luc Robitaille

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Luc Robitaille is a professional hockey player, who at the time Sudden Death 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.  See full bio on IMDb »

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Luc Robitaille -- The LA Kings Dissed Me Hard in '84 Draft ... For a Baseball Player

Luc Robitaille
The LA Kings Dissed Me Hard in '84 For a Baseball Player

Hockey legend Luc Robitaille says the LA Kings DESTROYED his self-esteem back in 1984 when they picked some baseball player named Tom Glavine ... a whole 5 rounds ahead of him in the NHL… READ MORE >

Luc Robitaille -- Bank Foreclosing On L.A. Home

Luc Robitaille -- Bank Foreclosing On L.A. Home

Luc Robitaille -- a National Hockey League Hall of Famer who reportedly raked in roughly $35 million during his career -- is in danger of losing his L.A. home now that a bank has begun to… READ MORE >

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