VIDEO: One-on-one with Luc Robitaille

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Hall of Famer Luc Robitaille played 14 seasons with the Los Angeles Kings, but it wasn't until he moved on to Detroit that he earned his first and only Stanley Cup as a player.

Now back with the Kings' front office as the President, Business Operations, Robitaille was finally part of a championship team in Hollywood when Los Angeles defeated the New Jersey Devils in six games.

Ken Campbell caught up with Robitaille to talk about the victory and more.

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