Luc Robitaille, whose 19 year career with the Kings, Rangers, Red Wings and Penguins made him the high-scoring left wing in NHL history, is expected to announce his retirement tomorrow.

An 8 time All-Star ,1988 Rookie Of The Year and a Stanley Cup winner with Detroit in 2002-2003, Robitaille is Los Angeles’ all-time leading scorer through 2 tours of duty with the Kings. He also holds the dubious distinction of having been picked 5 rounds after Tom Glavine in the 1984 Entry draft.

You’ve probably seen this clip enough times, but in honor of the Capitals Alexander Ovechkin beating the Bruins tonight with an OT goal to hit 100 points in his NHL rookie season, here’s the briefest of tributes from The Ice Block.