In April 2015, the 33-year-old NHL center was arrested on possession of cocaine and MDMA while in Las Vegas, ultimately pleading guilty to a pair of misdemeanors.
The veteran was still able to sign a one-year contract with the New York Rangers, but after tallying just three points through 29 games, he was waived in December and picked up by the Minnesota Wild, where he has made even fewer contributions.
It would appear that, after 13 NHL seasons, more than 300 points, more than 13,000 minutes on the ice and two Stanley Cup victories with the Los Angeles Kings, his career is winding down to a close.
Fortunately for Stoll, his personal life seems to be going much better.
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With her tall athletic figure, slim measurements and long blond hair, she gained a lot of fans.
Erin Andrews was born on May 4, 1978 in Lewiston, Maine, USA as Erin Jill Andrews.
Erin Andrews opened up about her scary stalking incident from 2008, as well as her current relationship with her boyfriend, Jarret Stoll, in a new interview: "I have no idea what tomorrow will bring," she told Redbook in its October 2015 issue.
Erin Andrews has seen her three-year relationship with Jarret Stoll put to the test this year after the hockey star was arrested for drug possession, and she is a little evasive about their future in a new interview with host was asked in an interview for the mag's October 2015 issue, "Do you think you'll spend the rest of your life with Jarret?
It is work to me." Andrews is currently living with her boyfriend, NHL hockey player Jarret Stoll. I feel sad because I think he would've loved the girl more that was there before this happened, and I feel very guilty about that. However, she does worry about what she will tell her future children about the life-changing incident. 'Mommy didn't do anything wrong, this is who did it, this is why it happened.' The worst part is, someone mentioned the other day, 'Will this still happen when you are 60? " Monday marked the first time Andrews took the stand in her million civil trial against West End Hotel Partners and Barrett.