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Luc Gets Medal of Honor

by Staff Writer / Los Angeles Kings
Luc Robitaille receives his medal of honor at the Collection of the National Assembly of Québec. Photo by Christian Chevalier.

LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles Kings President, Business Operations Luc Robitaille received the Medal of Honour of the National Assembly Wednesday as part of a special presentation.

Robitaille -- who was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto this past November and was recently honored by the Los Angeles City Council in a special ceremony at City Hall -- was honored Wednesday, by various members of the National Assembly.

“This is a tremendous honor and not one that I take lightly,” said Robitaille. “I am also thrilled to have my family as part of this special event in my native Quebec.”

Robitaille and his guests were welcomed by the deputy Chief of Protocol, Jean-François Provencal. Introduced during Routine Proceedings, they were  present during Motions Without Notice before Chief of Protocol Dominique Drouin welcomes them.

After signing the guest book in the presence of the President of the National Assembly, Yvon Vallières, Robitaille was welcomed by Leader of the Second Opposition Group Gérard Deltell; the Leader of the Official Opposition critic for Recreation and sports Pascal Berube; and Representative of the Premier and Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports Michelle Courchesne.

During the Medal of Honour of the National Assembly presentation ceremony, the President of the National Assembly then presented Robitaille with his Medal of Honour.

Luc Robitaille receives his medal of honor at the Collection of the National Assembly of Québec. Photo by Christian Chevalier.

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