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On Sale: Luc Robitaille Celebrity Shootout

by Staff Writer / Los Angeles Kings

The Luc Robitaille Celebrity Shootout, a staple at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City for eight years, is moving to Los Angeles for 2016. The high-energy event brings together Hollywood celebrities and NHL greats to play a friendly game of hockey to benefit Echoes of Hope. Echoes of Hope is a charity founded by Luc and Stacia Robitaille, which strives to inspire hope in the lives of at-risk and emancipated foster youth. The organization assists youth in their pursuit of independence, empowerment and a post-secondary education.

Sunday, March 20, 2016
Red Carpet: 1 pm – 2 pm
Youth Clinic: 2 pm
Celebrity Shootout Game: 4 pm – 6 pm

Toyota Sports Center
555 N. Nash Street,
El Segundo, CA 90245


Luc Robitaille (NHL Hall of Famer and the LA Kings President of Business Operations) will be joined by fellow NHL Hall of Famer Rob Blake and NHL Alumni Pierre Turgeon, Nelson Emerson, Mike Donnelly, Sean O’Donnell, Chris Ferraro, Peter Ferraro, Craig Johnson and Jamie Storr.

Celebrities, musicians and athletes slated to appear include; Taylor Kitsch (Friday Night Lights), Michael Vartan (Alias), David Boreanaz (Bones), Andie MacDowell, Jason Priestley (Beverly Hills 90210), Landon Donovan (LA Galaxy & U.S. Men’s National Team Alum), Taylor Dayne, John Ondrasik (Five for Fighting), Jerry Bruckheimer (CSI, Top Gun, Amazing Race), Steven R. McQueen (Vampire Diaries, Chicago Fire), Isaiah Mustafa (Old Spice commercials), Riker Lynch (Glee), Lorenzo Henrie (Fear the Walking Dead) and Chris Klein (President of the LA Galaxy).


Echoes of Hope was founded by Luc and Stacia Robitaille to address the needs of youth during times of adversity and to identify young people with the drive and ability to succeed. The only obstacle facing these youth is the lack of tools and support to create brighter futures and better opportunities for themselves.

In 2015, Echoes of Hope helped more than 700 emancipated foster youth in Los Angeles secure sustainable housing, gain full-time employment and complete their post-secondary education.
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