• Rangers, Stoll Agree On One-Year Deal

    News: Jarret Stoll agreed to terms Monday with the Rangers on a one-year, $800,000 contract.
    Analysis: Jarret Stoll, who was arrested for drug possession in April before later having his felony charge dismissed, unsurprisingly earned limited interest in free agency due to his age and legal issues. It didn't help matters that the veteran totaled just 17 points (six goals, 11 assists) in 2014-15 with the Kings, setting him up for nothing more than a third- or fourth-line role with the Rangers, if he breaks camp with the team.
  • Kings' Stoll Has Felony Charge Dismissed

    News: Jarret Stoll's felony drug possession charge was dismissed and reduced to two misdemeanors on Thursday, ESPN's Katie Strang reports.
    Analysis: Getting the felony charge reduced to two misdemeanors is obviously a huge win for Jarret Stoll and his legal team, but it isn't clear what effect, if any, the legal victory will have on the 33-year-old veteran's attractiveness in the free agent market. The Kings reportedly have no intention of re-signing Stoll, so he will likely become an unrestricted free agent on July 1.
  • Kings' Stoll Charged

    News: Jarret Stoll has been charged with one count of felony drug possession of a controlled substance, Sportsnet.ca reports.
    Analysis: Jarret Stoll has been accused of possessing 3.3 grams of cocaine and several capsules of Ecstasy in the back pocket of his shorts while at a Las Vegas Strip resort swimming pool in April. Not only is Stoll in hot water on the legal side, but he's also due to be an unrestricted free agent come July 1, so this could start making a mess of those plans for the soon-to-be 33-year-old veteran.
  • Kings' Stoll Released From Jail

    News: Jarret Stoll was released from the Clark County (Nevada) Detention Center over the weekend on $5,000 bond, the Associated Press reports.
    Analysis: Jarret Stoll was arrested Friday after being suspected of possessing cocaine and ecstasy at a Las Vetgas resort. He's expected to face a court date on the matter over the next few weeks, which could result in a cool market for the center when he becomes an unrestricted free agent July 1. He posted a career-worst 17 points in 73 games with the Kings this season.
  • Kings' Stoll Arrested For Cocaine, MDMA Possession

    News: Jarret Stoll has been arrested in Las Vegas for possession of cocaine and MDMA (ecstacy) possession, according to Vanessa Murphy of 8News.
    Analysis: The news broke at 11:30 p.m. Eastern, so there has been no response yet by the team or the NHL. More when it becomes available.
  • Kings' Stoll Back In Thursday

    News: Jarret Stoll (upper body) will return to the lineup Thursday against the Oilers, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
    Analysis: Jarret Stoll has practiced just once with the Kings since suffering the injury in mid-March, but coach Darryl Sutter was satisfied enough with the center's performance during Wednesday's session to sign off on his return. After a nine-game absence, Stoll will slot back in on the Kings' third line.
  • Kings' Stoll Skates On Third Line Wednesday

    News: Jarret Stoll (upper body) skated on the third line during Wednesday's practice, Elliott Teaford of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
    Analysis: Jarret Stoll suggested that he could probably use a few more practices to get back up to full speed, but with the Kings requiring all hands on deck to chase down a playoff spot, he could be cleared to play as soon as Thursday's game against the Oilers. More information on Stoll's condition should be revealed after the Kings hold their morning skate Thursday.
  • Kings' Stoll Resumes Skating

    News: Jarret Stoll (upper body) resumed skating Tuesday, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
    Analysis: Jarret Stoll has been on the ice for two consecutive days, but it's not clear when he'll be able to join the rest of team for practices. The center has missed six consecutive games with the injury.
  • Kings' Stoll Poised To Sit Again Saturday

    News: Jarret Stoll (upper body) appears unlikely to play Saturday against the Canucks, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
    Analysis: Jarret Stoll didn't skate during Friday's practice, and with the Kings not holding a morning skate ahead of Saturday's afternoon game, it appears safe to rule the center out for a fourth straight game. There's been no word on when Stoll might resume on-ice workouts again, making a return date difficult to pinpoint at this time.
  • Kings' Stoll (Upper Body) Out Wednesday

    News: Jarret Stoll (upper body) will not take the ice for Wednesday's game against the Ducks, Lisa Dillman of the Los Angeles Times reports.
    Analysis: Jarret Stoll has been dealing with an upper-body injury and is in line to miss his third-straight game Wednesday. His next opportunity to skate will be against the Canucks on Saturday.