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Jarret Stoll
Jarret Stoll Cropped
Position Centre
Shoots Right
Height
Weight
6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
210 lb (95 kg)
NHL Team
F. Teams
Los Angeles Kings
Edmonton Oilers
Born June 24 1982 (1982-06-24) (age 34),
Melville, SK, CAN
NHL Draft 46th overall, 2000
Calgary Flames
36th overall, 2002
Edmonton Oilers
Pro Career 2002 – present


Jarret Stoll (born June 24, 1982) is a Canadian professional ice hockey player currently playing for the Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League. Prior to joining the Kings, Stoll also played for the Edmonton Oilers, and the American Hockey League's Hamilton Bulldogs, and Edmonton Roadrunners, as well as the Kootenay Ice and Edmonton Ice in the Western Hockey League.

Playing careerEdit

MinorEdit

Stoll played his early minor hockey in Neudorf, shortly thereafter moving on to minor hockey in Melville, and then to Yorkton, Saskatchewan. In 1997, Stoll helped the Yorkton Bantam AAA Terriers to a Western Canadian Championship.[1] While in Yorkton, Stoll attended St. Paul's Elementary School and Sacred Heart High School. Stoll has an older brother, Kelly, who played for the Yorkton Terriers of the SJHL, and a younger sister Ashley who played for the University of Saskatchewan Huskies Women's hockey Team.

After winning the bantam championship, Stoll moved on to play for the Saskatoon Blazers of the Saskatchewan Midget Triple A Hockey League. While in Saskatoon, Stoll attended St. Joseph High School. Prior to joining the Blazers, Stoll was the first overall pick of the 1997 WHL Bantam Draft by the Edmonton Ice.[2]

JuniorEdit

Stoll started his WHL career at the end of the 1997–98 season with the Ice, while they were still located in Edmonton. After this season, the team relocated to Cranbrook, British Columbia, and were renamed the Kootenay Ice. He played his entire junior career with the Ice franchise. In his third season, he was named team captain.[1] In his final junior season (2001–02), Stoll captained the Ice to a Memorial Cup championship.[3]

While playing in Kootenay, Stoll went through the NHL draft process twice. In his initial year of eligibility, he was selected by the Calgary Flames 46th overall in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft. He was unable to come to terms with the Flames. The Flames arranged a trade to the Toronto Maple Leafs, who thought they had made arrangements to have a contract signed by the appropriate deadline, but their fax to league headquarters did not make it in time.[1] Stoll ended up re-entering the 2002 NHL Entry Draft. This time he was selected by the Edmonton Oilers 36th overall.

Also during his junior career, Stoll twice represented his country at the World Junior Hockey Championships, in 2001 and 2002, winning bronze and silver medals respectively. In 2002, Stoll was named captain for Team Canada.

ProfessionalEdit

Edmonton OilersEdit

After completing his junior career with Kootenay, Stoll entered the Oilers system, and suited up for the Hamilton Bulldogs of the AHL in 2002–03. During the season, he received his first call up to the Oilers, and played in his first four NHL games, registering an assist as his first career point. In 2003–04, he skated with the Oilers full time. During the lockout season of 2004–05, Stoll returned to the AHL, with the Edmonton Roadrunners.

During the 2005–06 season he played with the Oilers. During a game against the Vancouver Canucks on February 4, 2006, Stoll set an Oilers record by winning 21 of 22 faceoffs (95.45%).[4] The 2005–06 season marked Stoll's first Stanley Cup playoffs appearance, highlighted by his game winning goal in Overtime of Game 3 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals against the Detroit Red Wings.

Heading into the 2007–08 season, Stoll was named one of the Oilers alternate captains for the team's road games.

Los Angeles KingsEdit

On June 29, 2008, Stoll was traded to the Los Angeles Kings along with Matt Greene for Ľubomír Višňovský.[5] On September 5, the Kings signed Stoll to a four year deal worth $14.4 million. In 2008-2009, Stoll scored 18 goals with 23 assists for a total of 41 points.

PersonalEdit

During the off season, Stoll hosts a charity golf tournament in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, to benefit the Jarret Stoll Comfort fund.[6] Jarret was featured on MTV Cribs in 2011. Jarret is dating Katie Cassidy. Stoll was engaged to model/actress Rachel Hunter and they planned to marry in August 2009, before he called the wedding off seven weeks prior.[7][8]

Career statisticsEdit

Regular season and playoffsEdit

    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1997–98 Saskatoon Blazers SMAAAHL 44 45 44 89 78
1997–98 Edmonton Ice WHL 8 2 3 5 4
1998–99 Kootenay Ice WHL 57 13 21 34 38 4 0 0 0 2
1999–00 Kootenay Ice WHL 71 37 38 75 64 20 7 9 16 24
2000–01 Kootenay Ice WHL 62 40 66 106 105 11 5 9 14 22
2001–02 Kootenay Ice WHL 47 32 34 66 64 22 6 14 20 35
2002–03 Hamilton Bulldogs AHL 76 21 33 54 86 23 5 8 13 25
2002–03 Edmonton Oilers NHL 4 0 1 1 0
2003–04 Edmonton Oilers NHL 68 10 11 21 42
2004–05 Edmonton Roadrunners AHL 66 21 17 38 92
2005–06 Edmonton Oilers NHL 82 22 46 68 74 24 4 6 10 24
2006–07 Edmonton Oilers NHL 51 13 26 39 48
2007–08 Edmonton Oilers NHL 81 14 22 36 74
2008–09 Los Angeles Kings NHL 78 18 23 41 68
2009–10 Los Angeles Kings NHL 73 16 31 47 40 6 1 0 1 4
2010–11 Los Angeles Kings NHL 82 20 23 43 42 5 0 3 3 0
WHL totals 245 124 162 287 275 57 18 32 50 83
AHL totals 142 42 50 92 178 23 5 8 13 25
NHL totals 515 113 183 296 389 35 5 9 14 28

InternationalEdit

Year Team Comp GP G A Pts PIM
2001 Canada WJC 7 0 2 2 6
2002 Canada WJC 7 2 4 6 4
Junior int'l totals 14 2 6 8 10

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit


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