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Rumor has it that hottie sportscaster Erin Andrews is mixing a little business with pleasure after getting cozy with LA Kings hockey player Jarret Stoll on New Year’s Eve. Instagram holds the truth with Andrews’ posting this photo of her holding Stoll tight while welcoming 2013 with musician John Legend and model Chrissy Teigen.
Stoll is currently an unemployed NHL player (as the 2012-13 season is on hiatus due to a labor dispute), but it looks like he is staying in shape as Andrews gets in on those rock hard abs.
It appears as though Andrews’ new year’s resolution is to focus more on her personal life, because Stoll may actually be her “boyfriend” – a label she used in a tweet on the holiday.
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Los Angeles King player Jarret Stoll is getting around with the celebrity blondes lately. Stoll was spotted with Erin Andrews and her good friend Chrissy Teigen on New Year's Eve. Earlier on his blonde girl journey he was spotted with fellow hockey player Wayne Gretzky's daughter Paulina Gretzky. Not a bad one two punch.
Andrews spent New Year’s Eve with Teigen...
Erin Andrews always manages to stay relevant. I’m foolish enough to think that she’ll disapear, and some new babe will take over as Mrs. Sports reporter. I’m foolish enough to think that maybe some babe will come along who knows sports and is actually worth listening to….
Anyway, I guess I have to come to grips with reality. Erin Andrews is hot. She’s annoying, but hot...
Erin Andrews, everyone’s favorite leggy football reporter, spent her New Year’s Eve ringing in 2013 in fabulous Las Vegas with her BFF Chrissy Teigen, Teigen’s fiancé John Legend, and Kings center Jarret Stoll. Judging by the pics Andrews uploaded to her Instagram account, it appears as if she and Stoll may be more than just friends.
Stoll and Andrews can be seen cozying...
Erin Andrews is back in the headlines early in 2013 via news that her new boyfriend is none other than locked out L.A. Kings center Jarret Stoll. That’s Andrews, 34, and Stoll, 30, in Las Vegas on New Year’s Eve with Chrissy Teigen and John Legend.
Yes, that’s the same Stoll who spent quality time in a Jacuzzi with Paulina Gretzky after winning the 2012 Stanley Cup with the...
Los Angeles Kings center Jarret Stoll isn’t letting the NHL lockout cramp his game off the ice. In...
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One of our favorite ladies, Erin Andrews, was hosting Fox’s pregame for the 2013 Cotton Bowl between Oklahoma and Texas A&M.
This was our favorite moment.
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The Los Angeles Kings Jarret Stoll might not have a job right now, but that didn’t stop him from scoring with one of the most eligible bachelorettes in sports: Erin Andrews.
The Fox Sports reporter and the hockey player spent New Years Eve together, ringing in the new year together with her friends, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen. And it very much looked like a couples evening...
Erin Andrews spent New Years Eve partying with Jarrett Stoll. A patron of the Las Vegas club where the photo was taken tweeted at Andrews about her “boyfriend,” and a reply that can either be interpreted as a notable non-denial or playfully vague allusion to a friend was sent out by the sideline reporter.
No NFL team has expressed serious interest in moving to Southern California, according to a top executive with the company proposing to build a football stadium in downtown Los Angeles. AEG President Tim Leiweke told The Los Angeles Daily News in an interview Monday that he hasnt heard from any team that plans to apply to move to Los Angeles for the 2013 season. The NFL opened...
The Oregon Ducks cheerleading has produced their second sideline reporter, tying them with the University of Florida (Jenn Brown and Erin Andrews) and one behind the Denver Broncos (Renee Herlocker, Michelle Beisner, and Lauren Gardner). Katelynn Johnson (pictured center) joins Fox Sports West’s Amanda Pflugrad (pictured left) as Duck cheerleaders now in the media.
She now reports...
Nicholas Goss explains why he thinks allowing 20 teams to qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs is a bad idea:
Having two thirds of the NHL qualify for the playoffs is way too high of a percentage. If additional teams are added, mediocre clubs would have an opportunity to win the Stanley Cup that they don't deserve.
Using Goss' rationale, the Los Angeles Kings may...