50 Ways to Score More Goals is a new DVD based on the popular coaching ethos. Made for the recreational player, the youth hockey player and the player trying to make it to the pros, 50 Ways to Score More Goals gives you the advice to become better goal-scorer with advice from experts of the game and instruction featuring NHL Hall of Famer Luc Robitaille. Enhanced with visual demonstrations and graphic explanations this DVD offers valuable teaching instruction on every aspect of improving your goal-scoring game Enjoy a sit down interview with Luc Robitaille. During his 19-season NHL career, Robitaille won a Stanley Cup in 2001-02 with the Detroit Red Wings, and played for the Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Rangers, but is most known for his fourteen seasons, over three different stints, with the Los Angeles Kings. At the end of his career, Robitaille had made eight All-Star teams, set the NHL record for goals by a left wingers (with 668) and points (with 1394), as well the Kings' franchise record for goals, with 577, finished second to Dave Taylor in games played, fourth (behind Marcel Dionne, Wayne Gretzky, and Taylor) in assists with 726, second behind John Bucyk's NHL record, and second to Dionne in points, with 1,154. Robitaille also became the second player in NHL history to record 1,000 points after being as drafted as low as the ninth round. The Kings honored his playing career by retiring his number during a pre-game ceremony on January 20, 2007. Robitaille's number 20 hangs in the rafters of Staples Center alongside Rogatien Vachon, Marcel Dionne, Dave Taylor, and Wayne Gretzky. On June 23, 2009, it was announced that he would be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. He was honoured during the November 6-9 induction weekend alongside his former Red Wing teammates Steve Yzerman and Brett Hull, and his former Ranger teammate Brian Leetch.