Jarret Stoll C LA 28 Days
Jarret Stoll participated in a full practice on Sunday.
Stoll last played on November 2 but it looks like he could be ready to go on Tuesday when the Kings start a four game road trip in Buffalo. Stoll has only two goals and four points in 15 games this season so he shouldn't be in your fantasy lineup.
Jarret Stoll C LA 1 Month
Los Angeles Kings center Jarret Stoll suffered an undisclosed injury that some believe is lower-body related.
The Kings wouldn't share that information, however. Stoll only played in two second-period shifts before his night was over on Saturday. Aside from leagues where faceoff wins are a premium, the 31-year-old is marginal in fantasy. Still, the Kings are feeling a crunch as Stoll and sometimes-center Jeff Carter are banged up.
Jarret Stoll C LA 2 Months
It looks like Jarret Stoll will see action on the point during the Kings second power play.
The Kings first unit duo will be Slava Voynov and Drew Doughty with Stoll combining on the second unit with Jacob Muzzan in most cases. Stoll is a good puck handler and will be a valuable asset on the point. Look for Stoll who suffered a seizure in early July but has recovered fully, to get 12-15 goals and 40-45 points this season.
Jarret Stoll C LA 3 Months
Jarret Stoll feels fine now after suffering a seizure in early July.
"I feel a hundred percent. That's not an issue," he said. "I think it's more of an issue if people talk about it, and it's just one of those things that happened that I wish didn't, but it did. I'm just moving on looking forward to the start of the season. Medically cleared, all those things, had a great doctors take care of me in terms of getting ready for camp and being cleared for play. So that's all taken care of." Stoll recorded seven goals and 18 points in 48 games last season.
Jarret Stoll C LA 5 Months
Jarret Stoll was rushed to the hospital after suffering a seizure Wednesday morning, according to Kings GM Dean Lombardi.
Lombardi said Stoll was OK and he expected the center to be released later Wednesday after undergoing a battery of tests. "Everything is OK. They've run some tests and they still had another one to run," Lombardi told The Los Angeles Times. "The bottom line is that he's fine. Now the issue is what caused it. There are a myriad of things that can cause them." We hope Stoll will be OK.
Jarret Stoll C LA 6 Months
Jarret Stoll is expected to remain on a line between Dustin Brown and Justin Williams going into Game 4.
The Kings shook up their combinations in Game 3 and earned a 3-1 victory over Chicago, so they aren't likely to make any changes. Stoll's promotion will keep top center Anze Kopitar with Dwight King and Trevor Lewis.