West L.A. Music Attends Luc Robitaille's Stanley Cup Party and Congratulates Customer Stacia Robitaille on Release of New CD, Hush

LOS ANGELES, CA — On August 30, 2002, West L.A. Music's Don Griffin and Mark Spiwak attended Luc and Stacia Robitaille's Stanley Cup celebration. The Stanley Cup is oldest trophy competed for by professional athletes in North America. Since 1910, when the National Hockey Association took possession of the Stanley Cup, the trophy has been symbolic of professional hockey supremacy. The glorious silver trophy is a legend, standing on its own at three feet and weighing approximately thirty-five pounds.

Each year upon presentation of the trophy to the championship team, a summer of celebration begins, as each of the organization's players and staff enjoy 24 hours with the Cup - a tradition which has no rival in any sport. In its many years of existence, the Stanley Cup has traveled around the world. On August 27, 2002, the Stanley Cup traveled to Hollywood with Red Wings right wing Luc Robitaille. "We chose to come back and share it with L.A.," Robitaille's wife, Stacia, told the Los Angeles Times. "He misses the fans."

The Times reported Robitaille took the Cup to all the touristy places any visitor from Canada would want to see -- the Hollywood sign, Disneyland, Grauman's Chinese Theater, Dodger Stadium and the Universal Studios theme park. The entourage included the Robitailles' two sons, Luc's parents and about 30 other family and friends. At Universal, Robitaille took the Cup on Jurassic Park-The Ride and stuck it in the mouth of Bruce, the mechanical shark from "Jaws." "It's surreal," Robitaille said. "It's been an amazing weekend. These are some of the best memories of my life."

The Robitailles will be back in Hockeytown this month to promote Stacia's debut CD, Hush, released in August on Raystone Records/EMI. Stacia's career is starting to blossom. She is getting investors involved with her label, and one of her songs, "Get Sexy," has been added rapidly to radio playlists this month. As a long-time customer of West L.A. Music, we wish Stacia all the best in her musical endeavors.

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