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Luc Robitaille donates a Stanley Cup ring to Hockey Hall of Fame

March 27, 2013|By Houston Mitchell
  • Luc Robitaille, left, hands his Stanley Cup ring to Hockey Hall of Fame Chairman Bill Hay.
Luc Robitaille, left, hands his Stanley Cup ring to Hockey Hall of Fame Chairman… (Hockey Hall of Fame )

Kings great Luc Robitaille donated a 2012 Stanley Cup championship ring to the Hockey Hall of Fame on Wednesday, which added it to the Stanley Cup Championship display at the Hall in Toronto.

"We are very grateful to the Los Angeles Kings organization, especially Luc Robitaille,” said Bill Hay, the chairman of the Hockey Hall of Fame.  “As chairman and CEO of the Hockey Hall of Fame, it’s an honor to accept this Stanley Cup ring.  It will make a wonderful addition to our special Stanley Cup Ring exhibit.”

The ring is featured in a display celebrating the current and past Stanley Cup champions, including the first-ever Stanley Cup ring (1893) from Billy Barlow. The display also contains rings from the Ducks' 2007 Stanley Cup title.

“The Los Angeles Kings organization is pleased to donate this 2012 Stanley Cup Championship ring to the Hockey Hall of Fame,” Robitaille said. “We appreciate the work and support of the Hockey Hall of Fame, and are thrilled to be able to donate this ring to its special Stanley Cup Ring display.”

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