Larry Clark Robinson

Biography

Athlete : Hockey
Year Inducted: 2000
Date of Birth: June 2nd, 1951
Born in: Winchester, Ontario

Twenty-year NHL playing career with Montreal Canadiens (1972-73 to 1988-89) and Los Angeles Kings (1989-90 to 1991-92). As a premier defenceman, played 1,384 regular season games accumulating 958 points (208-750). As a player, five Stanley Cup titles, including four straight (1975-776 to 1978-79). Playoff MVP (1978), two-time Norris Trophy winner (12977, 1980), First-Team All-Star three times (1978. 1981, 1986), All-Star game participant 10 times, member of two triumphant Canada Cup tournament squads, best defenceman at World Championships. At time of retirement, held NHL mark for most career playoff games played (227), most consecutive years in playoffs (20), and tied with most years in playoffs (20). As a coach, New Jersey Devils’ Assistant on Stanley Cup winner in 1995. Head Coach of Devils’ Stanley Cup Championship in 2000. Member of Hockey Hall of Fame (1995).