I’ve met Jarret Stoll while I was in LA a few years back and he’s always been accommodating to fans asking for photographs and autographs and clearly he has no issue with us sending him letters to get things signed as well. Obviously now that Jarret is retired, it’ll be much harder to meet with him but am glad he’s accessible enough to fan mail.
Jarret started his junior career in the WHL with the Edmonton Ice (they had relocated shortly after to Cranbrook). He quickly rose the scoring ranks and finished the 2000/01 season with a junior high of 106 points, fourth among the top point getters that season. Also that year, the team made it to the Eastern Conference finals where they were outsted by the Swift Current Broncos.
After his junior career, Jarret made his way into the NHL via the NHL entry draft where he was originally drafted by the Calgary Flames. Unfortunately for Calgary, they and Jarret were unable to come to terms and Jarret had then re-entered the draft two years later and was drafted by the Edmonton Oilers.
As most fans of Stoll know, he was eventually traded to the Kings where he earned two Stanley Cup rings with the team and was a pivotal part in the teams success. See what Jarret did below, during his day with the Cup.
In case you didn’t know, Jarret is married to sportscaster Erin Andrews, whom made her career reporting on football and more recently, being a host on Dancing With the Stars.