2018-19 ICE Hall of Fame Inductee – Jarret Stoll
Jarret Stoll, from Melville, Saskatchewan, played four seasons for the ICE franchise. The ICE selected Stoll first overall in the 1997 WHL Bantam Draft. During his ICE career, Stoll played in 245 regular season games collecting 124 goals, 162 assists for 286 points. In addition, Stoll played in 57 playoff games scoring 18 goals and 32 assists for 50 points. Stoll led his team in goals (40), assists (66) and points (106) during the 2000-2001 season. In ICE franchise history, Stoll is second all-time in points (286), assists (162) and power play goals (54). Stoll finished his WHL career with two WHL championships (2000, 2002) and one Memorial Cup (2002).
In his third season with the organization, Stoll was named the captain.
Throughout his four seasons in the WHL, the ICE was the only franchise Stoll played for.
Below are Jarret Stoll’s regular season and playoff stats with the ICE:
During his time with the ICE, Stoll represented Canada at the 2001 and 2002 World Junior Hockey Championship. Stoll and his teammates would earn a bronze medal in 2001 and a silver medal in 2002.
Stoll played 13 seasons in the NHL with four different clubs (Edmonton, Los Angeles, New York, Minnesota). Eleven of the 12 seasons were spent with either the Oilers or the Kings.
During those 13 seasons, Stoll played in 872 regular season games collecting 144 goals, 244 assists for 388 points. Stoll also played in 97 playoff games registering 10 goals and 16 assists for 26 points. He has two Stanley Cup titles on his resume.
Stoll’s path to the NHL began in 2002 when the Edmonton Oilers called his name in the second round (36th overall) of the NHL draft. Stoll began his NHL career during the 2003-2004 season suiting up in 68 games with the Oilers. The following season, Stoll played for the Edmonton Roadrunners of the American Hockey League before returning to the Oilers during the 2005-2006 season. That season, the Oilers earned a spot in the Stanley Cup Finals, falling to the Carolina Hurricanes in seven games.
Stoll played four seasons with the Oilers before being traded to the Los Angeles Kings in 2008. Stoll played seven seasons with the Kings, capturing two Stanley Cups (2012, 2014). Stoll’s final season in the NHL would come during the 2015-16 campaign, spending time with the New York Rangers and Minnesota Wild.
Below are Jarret Stoll’s regular season and playoff stats in the NHL:
|2008-09||Los Angeles Kings||74||18||23||41|
|2009-10||Los Angeles Kings||73||16||31||47|
|2010-11||Los Angeles Kings||82||20||23||43|
|2011-12||Los Angeles Kings||78||6||15||21|
|2012-13||Los Angeles Kings||48||7||11||18|
|2013-14||Los Angeles Kings||78||8||19||27|
|2014-15||Los Angeles Kings||73||6||11||17|
|2015-16||New York Rangers||29||1||2||3|
|2009-10||Los Angeles Kings||6||1||0||1|
|2010-11||Los Angeles Kings||5||0||3||3|
|2011-12||Los Angeles Kings||20||2||3||5|
|2012-13||Los Angeles Kings||12||0||1||1|
|2013-14||Los Angeles Kings||26||3||3||6|
- First overall pick in the 1997 WHL Bantam Draft
- Led ICE in goals, assists and points (2001)
- WHL championships (2000, 2002)
- Memorial Cup championship (2002)
- WHL All-Star (2001, 2002)
- World Junior Hockey Championship bronze medal (2001)
- World Junior Hockey Championship silver medal (2002)
- Selected 36th overall in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft
- Two Stanley Cups (2012, 2014)