In April 2017, Robitaille was promoted to President. Robitaille also is an Alternate Governor with the Kings.
Since his playing career ended, Robitaille, has had a tremendous impact on the Kings in the front office as the Kings won two Stanley Cups. For the Kings Business Operations department, revenue has more than doubled and the Kings won their first two Stanley Cups. Additionally, the team enjoyed a record sellout streak of 297 consecutive home games including 262 straight regular season contests. The Kings were named the Sports Team of the Year by the Sports Business Journal in 2015.
Under Hockey Development, Robitaille has been a driving force to grow the game in Southern California including The Little Kings program and The LA Kings High School Hockey program. Robitaille has helped develop the Kings Care Foundation's principles, values, and strategic direction. He is on the Board of Children's Hospital Los Angeles and Ronald McDonald House, and he and his wife Stacia are the co-founders of a non-profit organization, Echoes of Hope.
He has also played a significant role behind unique events including the 2010 NHL Entry Draft at STAPLES Center and the 2017 NHL All-Star Game at STAPLES Center as part of the club's 50th Anniversary Celebration. In 2014 the Kings hosted the Anaheim Ducks in a regular-season outdoor NHL game at Dodger Stadium in front of 54,099 fans. The Kings also played outdoor hockey again in 2015 at Levi's Stadium and in 2020 at the U.S. Air Force Academy.
Among NHL left wings, Robitaille ranks second in points (1,394), goals (668), and assists (726). He is 13th in overall NHL goal scoring and 24th in points while playing for the Kings, Penguins, Rangers and Red Wings, where he won a Stanley Cup in 2002. With the Kings, he ranks fourth in games played, second in points, first in power-play goals, and fifth in assists. In 1,077 regular season games as a King, he had 557 goals.
A ninth round (171st overall) selection in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft, as a rookie the Montreal native became the first Kings player to win the Calder Memorial Trophy in 1987 while also being named to the NHL's All-Rookie Team. Later he helped lead the Kings to the club's first trip to the Stanley Cup Final in 1993 as Robitaille set NHL records for the most goals (63) by a left wing.
Robitaille would go on to reach other milestones in a Kings uniform, including his 500th career goal. His No. 20 jersey is retired by the Kings; in 2009 he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame; and was named one the NHL's 100 greatest players.
Luc, 57 (2/17/66), and Stacia have two sons, Steven and Jesse. They reside in Santa Monica.