One of Luc's favorite hockey players as a child was Maurice "Rocket" Richard.
Luc enjoys golfing. His favorite golf course is Pelican Hill.
Luc lists his favorite book as Many Lives, Many Masters: The True Story of a Prominent Psychiatrist, His Young Patient, and the Past-Life Therapy That Changed Both Their Lives, by Brian L. Weiss.
Luc's favorite place for a vacation is Hawaii.
Luc's favorite actor is Robert DeNiro and favorite actress is Madeleine Stowe.
Luc lists his favorite TV shows as The X-Files and Friends.
Luc's nickname is "Lucky." Also, fans at Kings games chant "Luuuuuuuuuuuuuc" when he gets the puck. It often sounds like they're booing him!
Luc and his wife Stacia have two sons, Steven and Jesse.
By the end of the 2003-04 season, Robitaille ranked as the NHL all-time leader of left wings in goals (653) and points (1,370).
On March 24, 2005, Luc became the highest scoring left wing in NHL history, passing Johnny Bucyk.
Luc has played over 1,000 games in a Kings uniform, second to only Dave Taylor, who now serves as the team's manager.
Luc and several other NHL players repped by agent Pat Brisson start practicing in late July at the North Hills Ice-o-plex, in order to get in shape for the upcoming hockey season and training camp.
Luc is a part-owner of Ice-o-plex hockey rinks. The Kings and several other teams use these rinks for practice. They are also open to the public at specific hours.
Like many NHL hockey players, Luc has sported a "hockey mullet" for most of his career.
Luc has green/hazel eyes; they look different depending on what he's wearing.
Luc did some autograph signings at Roots' stores to promote their NHL clothing line.
Luc is always grateful for his fans. He always does his best to sign as many autographs as possible.
Born in Quebec, Luc's first language is French. He speaks English with a bit of an accent.
Luc enjoys horseback riding. He was once spotted at the Great Western Forum (where the Kings used to play) at a rodeo!
Luc's wife's name is Stacia.
In the 1992-93 season, Luc broke Steve Shutt's record for goals by a left winger with 63 and John Bucyk's mark for points by a left winger with 125, marks which both still stand.
Luc won the Calder Tropher (given to the NHL's top rookie) in 1986.
Luc was once a spokeperson for Bauer skates.
Luc wasn't drafted until the ninth round, 171 overall, in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft. Scouts weren't sure he could get his skating up to par, but he proved them all wrong!
Luc played in juniors for the Hull Olympiques.
Luc's agent is Pat Brisson.
Luc (on opening his home to refugees of Hurricane Katrina) I think it was the right thing to do... We needed to get those people out of there and get them another chance in life.
Luc Robitaille: Some nights you'd see him try to climb up the stairs to get on an airplane and wonder, 'How can he be ready for a game in 24 hours?' But that's part of the package you see every day when you are around Steve Yzerman. I always thought I knew how much it took to win a Stanley Cup, but I didn't really get it until I sat in that locker room and on that bench and watched Steve.
Luc Robitaille: If you really put your mind to the game, you can use the weather to your advantage. And another good thing is: I always know that my car will start on time!
Luc Robitaille: We knew it was the last period before the Olympic break, so we had to go all out -- and we did. We just knew we had to keep coming. Sooner or later when that happens, you get rewarded with breaks. I just didn't know if it was going to be today. We controlled the puck better, made better dump-ins, and that was the biggest difference.
Luc Robitaille: I've been getting more and more ice time and more chances. Therefore, sooner or later, a puck is going to go in.
Luc Robitaille: This is something I had to do after seeing all the devastation. If I was out of hockey and nobody remembered my name, I'd be doing this. If my name can help people in some way now, then that's even better.
Luc Robitaille: We've watched the TV and seen everything that has happened in New Orleans... But this has affected [many areas]. I have seen photos, and it is horrible all around. There is not a place left standing.
Luc Robitaille: I told (a team executive), 'You guys owe me big on this one. That's a lot of freakin' jerseys.'