The New York Rangers agreed to terms with free agent forward Jarret Stoll on Monday.
Stoll, 33, was charged in June with one count of possession of a controlled substance stemming from an April incident in Las Vegas. The felony cocaine charge filed against Stoll was dismissed in a plea deal with prosecutors. He pleaded guilty to two reduced misdemeanor charges to resolve the case.
The 6-foot-1, 215-pound Stoll has played in the Stanley Cup Final in three different seasons during his career and he captured the Stanley Cup twice as a member of the Los Angeles Kings (2011-12 and 2013-14). In 93 career NHL playoff games, Stoll has registered 10 goals and 16 assists for 26 points, along with a plus-five rating and 68 penalty minutes.
Stoll skated in 73 games with the Kings during the 2014-15 season, registering six goals and 11 assists, along with a plus-3 rating and 58 penalty minutes.
Stoll has played in 792 career NHL games over parts of 12 seasons with the Edmonton Oilers and Kings, registering 140 goals and 239 assists for 379 points, along with a plus-3 rating and 582 penalty minutes.
Stoll has won 55.4 percent of faceoffs he has taken in his career (6,834-for-12,339), and he has posted a faceoff win percentage of 51.0 percent or higher in every season of his career. He has also reached the 40-point plateau in four different seasons and has notched at least 20 assists in six different seasons.
The Melville, Saskatchewan, native was originally selected by Calgary in the second round (46th overall) of the 2000 draft. Upon re-entering the draft, Stoll was selected by Edmonton in the second round (36th overall) of the 2002 draft.