Jarret Stoll pleads guilty to reduced charges

Jarret Stoll pleaded guilty to two reduced misdemeanor charges – one count of provoking commission of breach of peace and one count of trespass – stemming from his April 17 arrest at a Las Vegas pool club. Stoll was originally charged with two felony counts.

As sentenced by the court, Stoll has 120 days to complete 32 hours of community service, working with the Salvation Army and organizing a hockey program for at-risk youths in the Las Vegas area.

Stoll is an unrestricted free agent who is not expected to return to the Kings, where the gritty two-way forward was a key contributor in two Stanley Cup championship campaigns. Since the two misdemeanor charges were not drug-related charges, there are no potential immigration issues for the Canadian-born Stoll should another NHL team take a chance on the 33-year old veteran of nearly 800 NHL regular season games.

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