Found January 02, 2013 on
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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 out.
Terez Owens reports that the two have been dating for a while now.
Stoll has previously been linked to Paulina Gretzky, the daughter of Wayne Gretzky, as he took part in her Instagram marketing campaign to become the next “famous for doing nothing” girl. And Andrews has been linked to hockey players before- members of the Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers Center Brad Richards, as well as the NFL- Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers.
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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, 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...
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