The New York Rangers agreed to terms Monday with center Jarret Stoll. Terms of the contract were not revealed, but Sportsnet reported it’s a one-year, $800,000 contract.
Stoll, 33, is a three-time Stanley Cup finalist (2006, 2012, 2014), winning championships in the latter two trips with the Los Angeles Kings.Stoll spent the past seven seasons with the Kings, scoring six goals and 17 points in 73 games last season.
A second-round pick (No. 36) of the Edmonton Oilers in the 2002 NHL Draft, Stoll set career highs with 22 goals and 68 points during the 2005-06 season, which saw the Oilers go to the Stanley Cup Final. Stoll had four goals and 10 points in 24 Stanley Cup Playoff games.
Stoll has won 55.4 percent of faceoffs he has taken. He has a faceoff win percentage of 51 percent or higher in every season of his career.
Stoll has 140 goals and 379 points in 792 regular-season games with the Oilers and Kings. He has 10 goals and 26 points in 93 Stanley Cup Playoff games.
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