LALos Angeles Kings
2015 Record: 11-6-4
#28 Jarret Stoll
Nov 16: Stoll contributed a goal and assist in Saturday's 3-2 win over the Ducks. Stoll's first goal of the season went down as the overtime game-winner and gave him his first power-play point as well. Despite his heroics, the 32-year-old Stoll can't be counted on to help out offensively with much regularity, as he entered play Saturday with only one point in the Kings' previous 17 games.

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Nov 5: Stoll picked up an assist in Tuesday's 3-1 win over the Stars. It was just Stoll's first point of the season, now 13 games in. At 32-years-old and coming off of three consecutive seasons of less than 30 points, it's unlikely that he'll put up much more than 20 but the first step was simply recording the first one, which he was able to do Tuesday.

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Oct 3: Stoll (hip) made his preseason debut in a 2-1 win over the Avalance on Thursday. Stoll got a late start due to offseason hip surgery but appears ready to start the season in a checking line role for the Kings barring any setbacks.

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Sep 29: Stoll (hip) didn't play Sunday but has received medical clearance to rejoin the lineup, the LA Kings Insider reports. Look for the Kings to get Stoll back into the lineup at some point this week to give the veteran a couple of games before the start of the regular season.

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Sep 23: Stoll (hip) may only play in one preseason game due to his recovery from hip surgery on June 24, the Los Angeles Times reports. The veteran Stoll doesn't figure to need much preseason game action in order to get ready for the regular season. He's been a full participant in training camp thus far but may not be up to game speed until the final week of camp.

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Sep 21: Stoll, who had offseason hip surgery, has been a full participant in training camp so far, the LA Kings Insider reports. Stoll's expected to fill a checking line role again for the Kings this season.

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May 29: Stoll registered his second goal of the postseason in Wednesday's Game 5 loss to the Blackhawks. Stoll narrowly missed out on a game-winning tally in overtime with a shot on goal following Jonathan Toews' turnover, but goalie Corey Crawford came up with a kick save to extend the game. Wednesday's performance aside, Stoll has largely been a non-entity offensively throughout the playoffs for the Kings. Wednesday's goal was his first point since Game 4 of the team's first-round series with the Sharks, with 14 games elapsing since that time. He also hadn't attempted a shot in the series with the Blackhawks prior to Game 5.

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Apr 10: Stoll scored his eighth goal of the season in Wednesday's loss to the Flames. Stoll and Anze Kopitar both scored within 24 seconds of each other in the second period to help the Kings dig themselves out of an early 3-0 hole. He narrowly missed out on a game-winning tally in overtime, as goalie Karri Ramo stopped Stoll's attempt to jam the puck over the goalie's pads from point-blank range. The second-period goal was Stoll's first score since Feb. 26.

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Feb 10: Stoll has six goals and 12 assists in 55 games at the Olympic Break. The veteran center hasn't produced much offense this season, and has been especially cold lately, failing to crack the score sheet in his last 11 games. Hopefully the two weeks off will give Stoll the break he needs to turn things around when NHL play resumes.

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Dec 14: Stoll tallied his fourth goal of the season in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Senators. Perhaps no skater has played a greater part in the Kings' 6-0-0 start to December than Stoll, who has compiled seven points and scored in five of the six contests. It may be worthwhile for fantasy owners to nab him off waivers while he continues to deliver the goods.

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Nov 16: Stoll (upper body) returned to the lineup Friday after missing the previous four games. Stoll logged 12:38 minutes of ice time in his return. The Kings count on Stoll for a defensive role so he's not going to make much of an impact unless he gets bumped up into a scoring role.

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Nov 14: Stoll (upper body) is unlikely to play Thursday vs. the Islanders, Jon Rosen of LAKingsInsider.com reports. Stoll was on the ice for extra work at the conclusion of practice, a sign he'll be scratched Thursday. The Kings figure to reevaluate him during Friday's morning skate before making a decision on whether he'll suit up for the team's two weekend contests.

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Nov 12: Stoll (upper body) was on the ice for morning skate Tuesday but is not expected to play against the Sabres, Jon Rosen of LAKingsInsider.com reports. Stoll wasn't a part of the Kings' line rushes, an indication that he'll likely be in the press box Tuesday night. If he continues to progress well during the next couple of days, expect to see him back in the lineup Thursday vs. the Islanders.

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Nov 11: Stoll (upper body) was a full participant in practice Sunday for the Kings, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports. Stoll cleared the hurdle of being a full participant in practice and he is able to travel with the team on their current road trip. He could be ready for a return as soon as Tuesday if he is cleared.

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Nov 9: Stoll (upper body) skated again Friday but is not expected to return Saturday, the Los Angeles Times reports. Stoll's been out for a week now and appears to be moving towards a return but won't play until he's able to fully practice with the team.

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Nov 7: Stoll (upper body) took part in Thursday's morning skate, Jon Rosen of LAKingsInsider.com reports. Stoll sat out the Kings' practices earlier in the week with the injury and it's probably more likely than not that he sits out Thursday's game vs. the Sabres. Trevor Lewis is expected to center the third line if Stoll ends up being scratched Thursday.

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Nov 6: Stoll (upper body) did not practice Wednesday, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports. Stoll suffered the injury during Saturday's game, and was still not able to return Wednesday. The center has been rather disappointing to this point in the season, with just two goals and two assists in 15 games, and his recent injury certainly won't help.

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Nov 3: Stoll is considered day-to-day with an upper-body injury, Lisa Dillman of the Los Angeles Times reports. Stoll was believed to have suffered the injury during Saturday's game, but coach Darryl Sutter said Sunday that it's been a nagging issue. The Kings don't play again until Thursday, but consider Stoll question for that contest for now.

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Nov 3: Stoll left Saturday's game in the second period with an undisclosed injury, the Los Angeles Times reports. Stoll's slide into fantasy mediocrity has continued this season with just three points so far. Expect an update from the Kings in the next couple of days on the exact extent of his injury.

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Oct 29: Stoll scored the lone goal on Coyotes goaltender Mike Smith on Tuesday, an unassisted power-play tally late in the third period of a 3-1 loss. It was Stoll's first goal of the year, and as he'd managed just two assists in the 12 games leading up to Tuesday, his fantasy utility is restricted to the deepest of formats, though he does offer a bit of help in leagues that count hits and face-off wins -- he claimed victories on 15 of 19 trips to the dot.

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Oct 18: Stoll has two points and a minus-2 rating through eight games this season. Stoll was held scoreless in his first five games of the season, but has picked up his productivity of late with two assists in the last three contests. The 31-year-old has seen his numbers drop off for a few seasons now, a trend that's unlikely to change with Anze Kopitar and Mike Richards centering the top two lines for the Kings.

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Sep 20: Stoll has been healthy throughout training camp after suffering a seizure during the playoffs in the spring. The Kings gave him 14 minutes of action in their most recent preseason game against the Ducks on Tuesday night, so it looks like it's business as usual for the veteran pivot during camp despite the scare a few months back.

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Jul 3: Stoll was rushed to the hospital Wednesday morning after suffering a seizure at his Hermosa Beach (Ca.) home, the Los Angeles Times reports. Kings GM Dean Lombardi noted that Stoll underwent a battery of tests and is expected to be released from the hospital later Wednesday. According to Lombardi, the "bottom line is that he's fine. Now the issue is what caused it." Stoll recently missed time in the playoffs due to a concussion, but was able to return to action for the Conference Finals against Chicago, which opened on June 1.

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Jun 2: Stoll logged 15 minutes of ice time in his first game back since missing two weeks with a concussion. Stoll and the Kings will look to bounce back in Game 2 after falling to Chicago 2-1 in the series opener.

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Jun 1: Stoll (head) will be available for Saturday's Game 1, NHL.com reports. Stoll missed the Kings' entire second-round series but will give it a go Saturday after participating in practice on Friday.

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Jun 1: Stoll (head) is a game-time decision for Saturday's Game 1, NHL.com reports. Stoll missed the Kings' entire second-round series against the Sharks but took part in Friday's practice. Check back before Saturday's 5PM ET faceoff for his official status.

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May 31: Stoll (head) practiced Friday, NHL.com's Dan Rosen reports. Stoll skated with the third line Friday and has a chance to play in Saturday's Game 1 against the Blackhawks.

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May 31: Stoll (head) could play in Game 1 on Saturday against the Blackhawks, NHL.com's Dan Rosen reports. Stoll has not faced any contact in practice, so he is certainly no lock to play in Game 1. Check back closer to Saturday's 5 PM ET faceoff to confirm his status.

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May 28: Stoll (head) will miss Tuesday night's Game 7, LAKingsInsider.com reports. Stoll took part in the Kings' morning skate again Tuesday, but the concussion he suffered in Game 1 will keep him out of the series' deciding game. The center will continue to be evaluated by team doctors and there is a possibility he would be available should the Kings advance, but for now he should be considered day-to-day.

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May 27: Stoll (head) skated again at the Kings' practice facility Monday morning, ESPN's Pierre LeBrun reports. The fact that he has skated two days in a row is a positive sign. However, he is still not taking contact and there remains no definite timetable for his return.

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May 26: Stoll (head) took part in Sunday's optional skate, the LA Times' Helene Elliot reports. Stoll took shots during the skate and reportedly looked OK doing so, but he did not take any contact. He remains out due to a head injury with no definite timetable for a return.

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May 24: Coach Darryl Sutter said Stoll (head) skated for 15 minutes Friday but remains "a long ways off," the LA Times' Helene Elliot reports. While he may not be close to returning to game action, it is definitely good to see him back on the ice for the first time since suffering the head injury in Game 1 of the second-round series against the Sharks. However, he still has not been cleared for contact and it is unknown when he will be able to play again.

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May 23: Stoll (head) was able to ride a stationary bike Thursday, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports. Stoll is still not skating, but is finally showing some progress after being hit by the Sharks' Raffi Torres in Game 1 of their second round series. He definitely won't play in Game 5 Thursday since he hasn't been cleared for contact yet.

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May 18: Stoll (head) is not in the lineup for Saturday's Game 3. Stoll suffered a head injury after being hit by Raffi Torres of the Sharks. It is unknown how long he will remain out of the lineup.

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May 15: Stoll (head) will miss Thursday's Game 2, ESPN's Pierre LeBrun reports. Stoll left Game 1 on Tuesday after being hit by the Sharks' Raffi Torres, who was called for charging on the play. Brad Richardson is expected to take Stoll's spot in the lineup, but head coach Darryl Sutter hasn't made an official announcement yet.

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Mar 17: Stoll bagged a goal and an assist Saturday as the Kings pulled away from the Sharks for a 5-2 win. His first three seasons in an LA sweater were reasonably productive, but his offense fell off a cliff last season, and this year isn't much better. He has 11 points (5G, 6A) in 27 games, a pace that won't get him to 20 points in this shortened campaign. His one burst of glory in Edmonton (68 points in the 2005-06 season) is a dim memory now.

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Feb 3: Stoll will not be subject to an NHL hearing for his hit on the Ducks' Cam Fowler on Saturday, Lisa Dillman of the Los Angeles Times reports. Stoll hit Fowler from behind and sent him head-first into the boards during Sunday's game. Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau was hoping the NHL would take a look at the hit, but Stoll will not face disciplinary action.

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Jun 23: Stoll signed a three-year deal with the Kings on Friday, reports NHL.com. He's a faceoff specialist and third-line mucker who underachieved during the regular season but scored two game-winning goals on the Kings' run to the Cup.

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Feb 26: Stoll collected three assists as the Kings ran away from the Blackhawks on Saturday, 4-0. One of the helpers came on the power play. If you happened to start him, you got a serendipitous gift. His previous rate of scoring would never indicate an outburst like this, and we don't expect a recurrence of the three-point night.

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Feb 21: Stoll (lower body) was activated from IR for Tuesday's game, Kings.NHL.com reports. He'll be there if you need him Tuesday, but Stoll's struggles this year indicate that he's unlikely to be an option for most.

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Feb 21: Stoll (lower body) is expected to return to the lineup Tuesday, the LA Kings Insider reports. It's not clear exactly where he'll slip back into the lineup though it figures to be in a fourth-line role. He's really struggled this season with just 15 points so far so don't expect miracles.

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Feb 19: Stoll (lower body) got in a full practice Sunday, LA Kings Insider reports. Stoll, who last suited up Feb. 9 against the Panthers, has a pretty good shot to be a go for Tuesday's game against the Coyotes.

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Feb 18: Stoll (lower body), who went through an hour-long skate and will attempt to take the morning skate Saturday, remains questionable for Saturday's game, the LA Kings Insider reports. The Kings opened up a roster spot by placing Trent Hunters on waivers so it would appear that Stoll is getting close but the morning skate will likely determine his status for Saturday. "We'll wait and see what the trainers say. I'd say he's 50-percent (possibility), based on what they said before. Questionable is 50 percent. So we'll just see later," head coach Darryl Sutter said.

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Feb 17: Stoll (lower body injury) was able to skate Thursday but his status for Saturday is still uncertain, the LA Kings Insider reports. Stoll is back skating but still unable to participate in the team practice so it would seem unlikely that he'd be able to go Saturday.

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Feb 16: Stoll (lower body injury) missed his third game in a row Thursday against the Coyotes. The Kings particularly missed him in the puck-control aspect of the game-winner, as he's their best player on faceoffs.

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Feb 10: Stoll (lower body) was placed on IR on Friday, Kings.NHL.com reports. Stoll hasn't been issued a prognosis or even a diagnosis at this point, so it's difficult to tell what he's dealing with or when he might be back.

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Feb 10: Stoll left Thursday's game with an apparent undisclosed injury, the LA Kings Insider reports. Stoll may have suffered some sort of leg injury as he didn't return to the ice after the apparent injury, though he was able to return to the bench.

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Feb 9: Stoll registered a point for the first time in eight games with an assist in his last game. Stoll has just 15 points on the season as the Kings have struggled to find any consistent scoring outside of their top line. He'll need to ramp up his game quickly if he wants to reach the 20-goal mark he achieved last year.

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Dec 18: Stoll scored for the first time in eight games Saturday. Stoll's lit the lamp just two times in his last 27 games and has just nine points on the season. The Kings are dead last in scoring and Stoll sees most of his time on the team's third line so don't expect his struggles to end until the Kings can find more consistent offense as a team.

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Nov 27: Stoll's unassisted second-period tally was all the offense the Kings could muster Saturday as they dropped a 2-1 decision to Chicago. The first quarter of the season has been a stumble through the wilderness for Stoll. Offensively, he's a mess -- 2-5-7 in 23 games. We can't offer you any solid indication that he'll turn it around in the short run; you should bench him and find a more productive skater, since several players matching that description are probably hanging out in your league's free-agent pool.

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Oct 30: Stoll fired six shots but couldn't connect Saturday as the Kings dropped a heartbreaker to the Coyotes late in overtime. It's about time he started taking aim; he had just 15 shots all season before Saturday's outburst. He still has just two points all season, both coming in an October 18 win over the Blues. If his offense continues to sputter, we might see a demotion to another line.

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Apr 15: Stoll has been suspended one game for his hit on Ian White, the San Jose Mercury News reports. It's not known who will replace Stoll for Game 2 against the Sharks on Saturday.

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Apr 15: Stoll could face some disciplinary action for his hit on Ian White, the LA Kings Insider reports. It didn't appear to be anything egregious or malacious but we'll have to await further word from the league to see if it might impact Stoll's availability for the reminder of the series.

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Mar 21: Stoll scored a goal Monday versus the Flames. That gives Stoll 19 goals and 40 points on the season, which is pretty good for a secondary offensive player. This is also Stoll's first goal in nine games, so it's a nice sight for the Kings and any Stoll owners in fantasy.

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Jan 16: Stoll's modest hot streak continued Saturday as he scored twice against the Oilers. He notched the eventual game-winner in the second frame and capped the scoring with an empty-netter late in the third as LA won at home, 5-2. He has six points in his last five games. We think this will be his most productive season in a purple sweater, though he probably won't approach his career high of 68 points, set with Edmonton in 2005-06.

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Jan 9: Stoll found nylon twice, including his first shorthanded goal of the campaign, as the Kings beat the Blue Jackets on Saturday. He peppered Columbus goalie Mathieu Garon with nine shots on the night. After a looooooong goal-scoring drought, stretching back to early December, he now has three tallies in two games. We don't forecast trends based on two games, but perhaps he's answered the wake-up call.

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Jan 6: Stoll was centering the team's primary checking line Wednesday, the LA Kings Insider reports. Stoll's been struggling lately after a quick start to the season with just five points (all assists) in his last 15 games and figures to see that trend continue with his new role.

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Dec 19: Stoll registered a multi-point game for just the third time this season Saturday, collecting a pair of assists in the King's lopsided win over a tired Nashville team. The last time he posted a crooked number was back in October, and these are his first helpers in over a month. Earlier in the campaign, he was cranking out points like he worked in a factory, but he's been quiet for the past few weeks. The result is that he's still on a pace to post solid numbers, though not the breakout season he appeared to be headed for back in November.

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Oct 31: Stoll had a hand in all three Los Angeles goals as the Kings beat the Devils on Saturday, 3-1. Don't look for him to compete for a league scoring title, but he'll pick up at least a point in most games, making him deceptively valuable in leagues where many owners see only the elite stars.

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Oct 25: Stoll was on the ice for a season-high 19:15 minutes in Saturday's contest against the Avalanche. He took advantage of the incraesed ice time by recording his third assist. He is off to a solid start, helping his team tie Dallas for the best record in the Pacific Division. Stoll has proven worthy of consideration for fantasy teams given his consistent play early on.

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Jan 10: Stoll recorded two assists in the Kings' loss to the Blues on Saturday. He has four points (all assists) in the three games since he returned to action following a groin injury. Three contests do not a trend make, so we'll reserve judgment before concluding that he's picked up his scoring pace.

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Jan 5: Stoll recorded an assist in his return to the ice on Monday. He was eased back into the lineup on the team's fourth line but still saw over 15 minutes of ice time due to his role on special teams.

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Jan 3: Stoll (groin) is expected back in the lineup on Monday, the LA Kings Insider reports. He'll be eased back into the lineup as the team's fourth line center but should see some power play time, most likely on the team's second unit, as he gets back to full speed.

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Jan 2: Stoll (groin) was a full participant at Friday's practice but will not play on Saturday, the team's official site reports. Stoll's getting closer to a return and should be a player at some point next week barring any setbacks.

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Dec 30: Stoll (groin) is traveling with the team but will not play on Wednesday or Thursday, the LA Kings Insider reports. He'll continue to skate with the team but don't expect him back before the weekend at the earliest.

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Dec 28: Stoll (groin) was able to practice on Monday but expects to be sidelined for a few more games, the LA Kings Insider reports. When asked about his availability for Wednesday or Thursday, Stoll said "that's pretty close. Probably not, no." We'll see how he feels in the next few days but he could be back by the weekend.

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Dec 28: Stoll (groin) has yet to resume skating but is improving, the LA Kings Insider reports. Until he returns to practice there's no chance he'll return to game action so he's going to sidelined for a few more days.

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Dec 26: The Kings placed Stoll (groin) on the disabled list retroactive to December 15, the Los Angeles Times reports. Stoll will miss Saturday's game against the Coyotes but is eligible to return any time after that. The Kings' next game is Monday against the Wild.

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Dec 24: Stoll (groin) wasn't able to practice on Wednesday and is doubtful to return on Saturday, the team's official site reports. Stoll felt better but without being able to take the ice in the next two days due to league rules there's almost no chance the Kings would insert him into the lineup based on a morning skate on Saturday. Expect to be without his services for at least one game.

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Dec 22: Stoll (groin) was unable to practice on Tuesday and remains questionable for Saturday, the team's official site reports. The Kings will practice again on Wednesday before a two day break. If he's not able to practice on Wednesday we'd be very surprised to see him on the ice on Saturday.

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Dec 22: Stoll (groin) was unable to practice on Monday and remains day-to-day, the team's official site reports. The Kings don't play again until Saturday but he's still questionable to return at that time.

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Dec 18: Stoll (groin) was unable to take part in the morning skate on Thursday as initially planned, the team's official site reports. He missed the game as expected but it's worrisome that he wasn't able to take the ice in practice. The Kings have a nice eight-day break and aren't scheduled to practice again until Monday but it's unclear if Stoll will be back on the ice then or not. Keep in mind he did miss time with a groin injury last month as well so this bears watching. "He's just lacking a lot of strength in his groin," head coach Terry Murray said. "For some reason, it needs to get some attention, and hopefully he's going to be back on the ice for the practice Monday."

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Dec 16: Stoll (groin) is questionable to return on Thursday, the team's official site reports. A final decision likely will come after the morning skate on Thursday but it's hard to imagine the Kings will risk further injury with an eight-day break following Thursday's game.

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Dec 15: Stoll left Monday's game in the third period with a groin injury, the LA Kings Insider reports. The Kings play again on Tuesday and Thursday before an eight-day break so you can probably expect the Kings to be cautious with this, especially since Stoll missed time last month with a groin injury. Be prepared to be without him until December 26 as we await further information on his status.

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Nov 28: Stoll (lower body) will be back in the lineup on Saturday night, the Los Angeles Daily News reports. He's penciled in to center a line with Teddy Purcell and Dustin Brown as his winger against the Blackhawks in his return to the lineup after a two-game absence.

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Nov 26: Stoll (lower body) missed his second straight game on Thursday. The Kings had hoped to have had him back by now but he's not quite there yet. We'll see if he can lace up the skates for Saturday's tilt.

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Nov 26: Stoll missed Wednesday's game with a lower-body injury, but might be able to return Thursday against Vancouver, the Kings' official site reports. He's a risky play in daily leagues Thursday, but it looks like he's not far from a return.

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Nov 25: Stoll (lower body) skated on Tuesday but remains questionable for Wednesday's game, the LA Kings Insider reports. The Kings play on Thursday and again on Saturday but it seems unlikely that Stoll would be able to lace up the skates for Wednesday's tilt. Keep him on your bench until he returns.

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Nov 23: Stoll suffered a lower body injury on Saturday and his status for Wednesday's game is uncertain, the LA Kings Insider reports. He wasn't able to practice on Sunday as a result. He has 18 points (7 G, 11 A) in 24 games this season.

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Nov 8: Stoll, who picked up an assist on Saturday, now has eight points (four goals, four assists) in his last seven games. He's seeing some regular time at the point on the team's top power play unit and five of his 14 points on the season have come with the man advantage, including Saturday's assist. After three disappointing seasons he may be finally showing some of the form he displayed in his breakout season of '05-06 (22 G, 46 A).

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Oct 25: Stoll notched two goals in Saturday's win over the Coyotes. One of his scores came on the power play. Stoll is not generally relied upon to carry the team offensively so this was a nice surprise. Keep expectations in check but realize that he did put up 68 points back in 2005 with the Edmonton Oilers.

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Oct 2: Stoll, who dealt with arthritis in his wrist in training camp, feels fine as the season gets underway, the LA Times reports. Test showed the inflammatory factors in his blood were near normal so he shouldn't see any ill effects as the season starts. He'll open the season on the Kings' second line.

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Sep 22: Stoll (wrist) expects to make his preseason debut on Tuesday, the team's official site reports. He'll skate on the team's second line with Dustin Brown and Teddy Purcell. "He's looking good, he feels good and back to full strength, so I'm excited about that to get him going," head coach Terry Murray said.

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Sep 19: Stoll (wrist) felt good after his second day of practice on Friday, the LA Times reports. "I thought maybe it would be a little sore and stiff after the first time back, but it wasn't," he said. "Pretty encouraging, for sure." He's still a few days away from appearing in exhibition games but he plans on being ready when the season starts.

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Sep 18: Stoll (wrist) was back on the ice at practice on Thursday but has yet to appear in any preseason games, the team's official site reports. He's still recovering from arthritis but hopes to be ready when the season starts. The Kings have five more exhibition games before the season starts.

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Sep 14: Stoll wasn't able to practice on Sunday due to some arthritis in his right wrist, the LA Times reports. Stoll's been taking medication to help with the arthritis in his elbows and knee as well. "It kind of started at the start of August," he said. "By no means do I expect to miss the start of the season. That hasn't even entered my mind. It's gotten better every day and I think I'll probably be playing next week."

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Mar 28: Stoll is expected to miss the rest of the season with a groin injury that he suffered during Thursday's game, the Los Angeles Times reports. His first season in Hollywood will end with 41 points (18 G, 23 A) in 74 games. Brian Boyle has been recalled from Manchester to replace Stoll in the lineup.

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Feb 18: Stoll scored in the first period and then added a pair of third period assists to lift the Kings to a 4-3 win in Anaheim on Wednesday. Stoll is playing some top level hockey since January 20th, where he has recorded six goals and eight goals in 12 games. He might be sitting on the waiver wire and could provide a boost to teams pushing for the playoffs.

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Feb 14: Stoll had an assist Saturday against the Oilers. He has gone on quite a streak of late, picking up points in eight of his last 10 games. He has four goals and 11 points in that span and is starting to flash the skills he showed in the Oil Patch in 2005-2006. He's a worthy short-term activation who could be worth more if he can keep this up.

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Jan 31: Stoll had a goal and an assist in Saturday's loss to Montreal. He's been productive of late, now sitting with six points over his last four contests. If you can stomach the inconsistency in exchange for the occasional hot streak or random multi-point effort, Stoll isn't a terrible option in deeper leagues.

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Jan 21: Stoll scored once and added an assist during Wednesday's 6-5 win in Colorado This was Stoll's 10th of the season and he is on pace for about 40 points. He looks much more like a 40-50 point guy than the player who put up 68 points in 2005-06.

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Dec 20: Stoll had two assists Saturday night; they're his first points in five games. He has just six points in his last 11 games and is nowhere near the guy who delivered that 68-point season in 2005-2006. On the bright side, half of his 18 points this season have come with the man advantage. His value is clearly limited to the deepest of leagues.

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Nov 4: Stoll was skating on the team's top line at practice on Monday, the LA Daily News reports. After being bumped down to the team's fourth line for a game it appears Stoll will be back in a famaliar role for the Kings on Tuesday night.

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Nov 1: Stoll has been bumped to the team's fourth line for Saturday's game, the LA Daily News reports. The Kings scrambled most of their lines and Stoll appears to have taken the biggest hit as he drops down from the second line. He has six points (four goals and two assists) on the season so you'd have to assume this is a temporary attempt to jump start his game.

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Oct 25: Stoll scored two goals in Saturday's 5-4 loss to the Predators. Stoll has been fitting in nicely with the Kings, totaling six points in seven games. He has struggled the past two seasons, but was a solid contributor in 2005-06 with the Oilers, ringing up 68 points. The 26-year-old center has never been a big scorer, but he could give your fantasy squad cheap assists from the waiver wire.

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Sep 4: Stoll signed a four-year, $14.4 million contract with the Kings on Thursday, the Canadian Press reports. Stoll came to L.A. in June through a trade with Edmonton. Despite a disappointing season in 2007 in which he registered just 36 points, at 26 he's still capable of numbers like in 2006 when he tallied 68 points.

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Jun 29: Stoll has been traded to Los Angeles in a package for defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky, TSN.ca reports. Stoll had fallen out of favor in Edmonton after a horrible season that saw him register just 14 goals and 36 points in 81 games. Stoll, two seasons removed from an impressive 68-point season, just turned 26 and could be in line for a solid comeback season if he can crack the Kings' top two lines. Moreover, his girlfriend Rachel Hunter is an actress who lives in L.A. so the transition to the West Coast should be very smooth

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Jun 27: The Oilers extended a qualifying offer to Stoll, according to the Edmonton Journal. Edmonton could've taken Stoll to arbitration which would've eliminated the worry of another team offering him a contract, but than they would've been on the hook for whatever salary the arbitrator decided.

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Apr 9: Stoll's future in Edmonton is in doubt, according to the Edmonton Sun. GM Kevin Lowe stated in his season ending news conference that Stoll had an off year, and that he will have spend a lot of time debating who the top 12 forwards are.

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Feb 3: Stoll is still having problems trying to find sticks that won't break, according to the Edmonton Sun. This problem has been going on for over a month now, one might have thought they would have solved it already.

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Feb 1: Stoll left practice early Thursday, according to the Edmonton Journal. Stoll had some back problems and left for treatment. He was taken out for precautionary reasons, and should be good to go Friday night against Dallas.

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Jan 24: Stoll scored two times in the final 83 seconds of regulation Thursday night to force overtime in a game the Oilers would go on to win in a shootout. After 51 games this year, Stoll has 23 points (8,15). By comparison, the 25-year-old forward had 39 points in 51 games for the season in 2006-07. He's got some work to do.

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Jan 23: Stoll is without a point in his last five games. The all star break could not come at a better time for Stoll.

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Jan 19: Stoll has been having problems with sticks breaking during games, according to the Edmonton Journal. Stoll will continue to try different sticks until he finds one to his liking. Like any good craftsman, if you're not happy with your tools, you're not going to feel as comfortable on the job.

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Jan 14: Stoll picked up an assist Sunday, extending his point streak to four games. The four-game stretch is Stoll's longest of the season and it looks like he may in fact be breaking out of his season-long slump. He has recorded seven points (five on the power play) in the last eight games to bump his season total to 21 points, making him worth picking up if you have an open spot. He's definitely good for the short term and may provide a nice boost in the second half if he has indeed found his form from the last two seasons.

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Jan 8: Stoll netted a power-play goal and an assist in Monday's win over the Islanders. Stoll is off to a great start in January, recording at least one point in three of four games thus far. Coincidentally, the Oilers have won all three games -- showing yet again how much the team needs to have scoring from a line other than the Shawn Horcoff, Ales Hemsky and Dustin Penner combo.

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Jan 6: Stoll notched his second power-play goal of the season in Saturday's matchup with the Rangers. Stoll has been seeing some more power-play time of late and as a result is getting a little more involved offensively. He has notched points in two of the last three games and has 14 shots on goal in the same span. We're not yet convinced he's back to having significant fantasy relevance, but nevertheless it's good to see him pad his points column a little more often.

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Dec 30: Stoll tallied a shorthanded goal Saturday. It was his first goal since November 15th. Stoll has been a disappointment this season to say the least. He has just 15 points to go along with a team-worst minus-13 rating. Unless you're in a really deep league, you should have more viable options available.

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Dec 10: Stoll will be in the lineup when the Oilers take on the Stars Monday, the Edmonton Journal has reported. Stoll took a seat in the press box for this past Friday's game due to his play in last Wednesday's matchup with Pittsburgh. Stoll's play has been subpar most of the season with just 12 points and a minus-10 rating through 29 games.

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Dec 7: Oilers coach Craig MacTavish benched both Stoll and Raffi Torres in Friday night's loss to the Blues, because he was unhappy with their play in the Oilers' third-period collapse against the Pens earlier in the week, the Associated Press reports. Chances are this punitive benching will only last one game, and chances are even greater that it won't have much of a tangible effect on the Oilers' season.

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Dec 7: Stoll will be a healthy scratch for Friday against the Blues, TSN.ca reports. This could just be a chance to give Stoll a breather, who has snagged five points in the last three games. His minus-10 rating is a bit glaring, however, which may be why coach Craig MacTavish decided to sit him on Friday. Either way, this doesn't appear to be a long term swap.

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Dec 2: Stoll had two assists Sunday, giving him five points in his last three games. This could be the beginning of Stoll's emergence from a slump that's dogged him since the beginning of the season. Now would be a good time to pounce on a kid with plenty of upside.

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Dec 1: Stoll assisted on a couple of goals in Friday's win over the Ducks. Stoll also notched a helper in Wednesday's game against the Avs, marking just the second time this season he has scored points in consecutive games. He's had a bit more jump on the ice this week, so let's hope this is a sign he's going to snap out of his season-long funk.

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Nov 28: Stoll has gone five games without recording a point. Stoll showed some signs of breaking out of his season-long slump when he notched four points in a five-game stretch earlier in the month, but is again struggling offensively. He looked decent on both ends of the ice against Columbus Monday, so hopefully he'll start to get back into the swing of things soon enough.

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Nov 15: Stoll scored both Edmonton goals Thursday night in a 4-2 loss to Minnesota. He overcame a knee injury on Wednesday to put up his best game of the season on Thursday. Stoll had just one goal in 18 games prior to Thursday's effort.

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Nov 15: Stoll, who left Wednesday's game against the Canucks early in the first period with an apparent knee injury, was able to return to action midway through the period and saw regular duty for the remainder of the contest. For one night at least, things worked out for Stoll and the Oilers as they went on to win, 1-0 in a shootout.

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Nov 14: Stoll left Wednesday's game against the Canucks early in the first period with an apparent knee injury. He was involved in a collision with Alex Edler behind the Canucks' net. Stoll's right knee and the Vancouver defenseman's left knee banged together, causing the injury. Stoll hasn't been off to that great of a start, with just five points in 17 games entering Wednesday's action. Yet another hit to what's becoming a lost season for the Oil.

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Nov 6: Stoll picked up an assist Monday. It was just his fourth point of the season. The good news is Stoll looks like he's starting to come out of his season-long slump. He has recorded a point in three of the last five games.

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Oct 28: Stoll scored his first goal of the season on Saturday night, tallying on the power play to give the Oilers a brief lead. Stoll has been one of the bigger disappointments in the league this year. Even with the goal, he has just two points on the year.

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Oct 23: Stoll, who is off to a rough start this season, is being moved from center to right wing for a few games, the Edmonton Sun reports. "We want to get a little bit of a different look," said Oilers head coach Craig MacTavish. "I don't know how long it will last, but we're going to try and make a line with he and Horc (Shawn Horcoff) and give them Raffi (Torres) for a bit." Scoring has been a major issue for the Oilers and their power-play is 1-for-33 on the season so hopefully a line shakeup results in some more scoring chances. Stoll has one assist and zero goals in eight games this season which is good for a minus-six rating. It took Stoll eight games to score his first goal last season (and then he scored three in two games) so hold out hope that Stoll will turn his season around.

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Oct 14: Stoll has recorded just one point and is a minus-6 through six games thus far. Obviously a terrible start to the season for Stoll, who missed most of the second half last year due to a concussion. He has scuttled back-and-forth between the second and third lines as the team tries to find the right combo to get him going. Until he starts to produce consistently, he needs to remain on your bench.

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Oct 10: Stoll will now be centering Sam Ganger and Jean-Francois Jacques on the third line, TSN.ca reports. After registering 39 points (13 goals and 26 assists) in 51 games last season, Stoll is still looking for his first point this season. Though he did have a shootout winner against San Jose on Oct. 3.

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Oct 4: Stoll deked San Jose goalie Evgeni Nabokov for a shootout winner Thursday night in Edmonton. He missed 30 games for the Oilers last year but is off to a healthy start to 2007-08.

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Sep 14: Stoll confirmed he has recovered from the concussion that sidelined him for 30 games last season, the Edmonton Sun reports. Stoll was quoted: "The head is fine, it's been fine since the middle of May." Great news for the Oilers, as they will rely on Stoll to resume his role as second-line center. He was on pace for about 62 points before the concussion (39 points in 51 games). If he is completely healthy, he should return to the 50 to 60 point range.

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Aug 29: Stoll has been sporting a helmet with a visor as he has been practicing with some teammates, reports the Edmonton Journal. A concussion sidelined Stoll for most of the second-half of 2006-07, so the new gear is to be expected. He was on pace for his second consecutive 60-point campaign before the injury, so hopefully he'll be able to pick up where he left off for the upcoming season.

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May 3: Stoll (concussion) has been medically cleared to resume training, the Edmonton Journal reports. Stoll will start training next week and said he will likely play in 2007-08 with a visor and mouthguard. We'll keep checking in during the offseason to see how he is progressing.

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Apr 10: Stoll (concussion) has reported progress with his post-concussion symptoms, according to the Edmonton Journal. Stoll's headaches, as well as other symptoms, have finally subsided, so he is confident he will be ready for training camp in September. He has a medical consultation set for May 1st and if all goes well he will resume full workouts. Stoll was on pace for about 60-plus points (which would have made it two straight campaigns for him at that plateau) before going down to injury in February.

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Mar 14: There is still no positive progress to report on Stoll (concussion), according to the Edmonton Sun. Coach Craig MacTavish said Stoll is "still not great." He went on to say that although he wants to see Stoll back before the end of the season, it would be "dependent on how he recuperates and how long he is symptom free from the concussions that he took." It's unlikely Stoll will be back this year, but we'll continue to monitor him in hopes there is some positive news to report.

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Mar 6: Stoll (concussion) is still not close to returning to action, reports the Edmonton Journal. Coach Craig MacTavish said that the team still has to treat him day by day, so it unfortunately seems he has not had a lot of progress with the post-concussion symptoms. With just 16 games left in the regular season, it's hard to envision Stoll returning to action this year.

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Mar 2: Stoll (concussion) has contacted some players who have had concussions for advice, reports the Edmonton Journal. Stoll is still not completely over the post-concussion symptoms, and no word has been given yet for when the team hopes to have him back on the ice. He has missed the last 13 games.

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Feb 22: Stoll (concussion) is still bothered by post-concussion symptoms, reports the Edmonton Journal. The team has no word on a timetable for a return yet since Stoll has not even been able to ride a stationary bike. We'll check back in on him next week as he will not be in the lineup the next three games.

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Feb 19: Stoll (concussion) does not appear close to returning, according to the Edmonton Journal. Stoll is still hampered by post-concussion symptoms. We'll check in on Stoll throughout the week to see if the team gets an idea on a timetable for a return.

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Feb 12: The Oilers placed Stoll on injured reserve Monday due to a concussion that he suffered February 1, the Associated Press reports. We'll give you a timetable for the return of Stoll, who has missed the Oilers' last four games, as we know it.

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Feb 12: Stoll (concussion) will not leave with the team when they embark on their seven-game road trip that starts Tuesday in Boston, the Edmonton Sun reports. Stoll hopes to be able to start riding the bike Monday to see how his head reacts to physical exercise. He said he'll need two days of gym workouts before heading onto the ice, so if all goes well, the earliest he may return is Saturday at Toronto. However, that is not an official announcement from him as it all hinges on how well his head responds over the next few days. We'll continue to monitor his progress and post updates accordingly.

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Feb 9: Stoll (concussion) is improving, but is still not ready to return to the ice, the Edmonton Journal reports. Stoll will meet with the team medical staff Friday in hopes to get clearance to return to off-ice workouts. He said: "When I'm feeling good and ready to go I just can't step on the ice and play. It's probably going to be four or five or six days of working out, then if there are no headaches, then I can get on the ice." It sounds as though he will miss at least another seven to 10 days of action, but we'll continue to be on the lookout for any news on his progress.

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Feb 7: There is still no time-line for a possible return for Stoll (concussion), according to the Edmonton Sun. Stoll said he's getting better, but stressed that it's slow-going. As far as how much time he expects to miss, he said: "I could say a week, I could say five days - or it could be longer." We'll check back in on Friday to see if there is any status change for the game against Chicago.

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Feb 6: Stoll (concussion) did not skate on Monday and is not expected to be in the lineup Tuesday against Edmonton, according to the Edmonton Journal. Stoll has registered 39 points (13 goals and 26 assists) in 51 games this season. The Oilers need Stoll to get back soon if they plan on chasing after Lord Stanley's Cup past the first week in April. Currently they are six points behind Minnesota for the eighth spot, with a game in hand.

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Feb 3: As expected, Stoll missed Saturday's game against the Avs due to a concussion. There's still word yet on the severity of Stoll's concussion, but consider him "day-to-day" until further notice.

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Feb 2: Stoll's concussion Thursday came as a result of an elbow to the face by Vancouver Kevin Bieska, the Edmonton Journal reports. Keep in mind that Stoll suffered a fractured nose and concussion before the All-Star break. There is no word as of yet as to the severity of the concussion, so we'll continue to check in for any updates from the team. However, Stoll returned to Edmonton as opposed to continuing on the road trip, so he is not expected to play in Saturday's game against the Avalanche.

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Feb 1: Stoll left Thursday's game with an an apparent leg injury and didn't return, the Oilers' Web site reports. With an 0-for-7 effort on the power play, it was evident that Edmonton missed its point man. We'll update Stoll's status as details become available.

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Feb 1: Stoll notched two helpers in Wednesday's matchup with the Blue Jackets. The points ended a six-game drought for Stoll. Despite the recent troubles, he is third in team scoring with 39 points in 50 games.

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Jan 26: Stoll (concussion/fractured nose) is questionable for Friday's matchup with the Sharks, Edmonton's official website reports. We'll check back in prior to game time to see if the team clarifies Stoll's status. There are 11 games on Friday's slate, so you should have some options available if you need to set your lineups early.

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Jan 20: Stoll (concussion/fractured nose) will not play in Saturday's game against Calgary, according to Edmonton's official website. We'll check back in over the All-Star break to see how Stoll has progressed. The next game on tap for Edmonton is Friday (San Jose).

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Jan 20: It seems Stoll (fractured nose) also suffered a concussion in Thursday's game, according to the Edmonton Sun. Stoll is considered doubtful for Saturday's game against Calgary. The Oilers may look to give Stoll the additional day off to recover as the league heads into the All-Star break.

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Jan 19: Stoll (fractured nose) said he was taken out of Thursday's game as a precaution, reports the Edmonton Sun. Stoll was quoted: "My nose is fine...It was just that I was a little woozy. I don't expect to be out." Sounds like positive news for the team, however, we will check back in Saturday to see if he'll be good to go for the matchup with the Flames.

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Jan 11: Stoll notched the game-winning goal in Wednesday's matchup with the San Jose. He also added an assist. Both points came with the man-advantage. Stoll has tied Petr Sykora for the team scoring lead with 37 points. As well, he leads the team in power-play points with 17.

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Jan 9: Stoll recorded his 12th goal of the season, a power play marker, in Monday's win over the Kings. Stoll had gone five games without lighting the lamp. Nonetheless, he still has been one of Edmonton's most consistent point producers of late, notching nine points in the last seven games.

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Jan 8: Stoll feels he is playing the best hockey of his career, the Edmonton Journal reports. Stoll has racked up 18 points over the last 16 games to bump his season total to 34 points in 41 games. He is on pace to match his career-high 68 points from last season. He said one of the factors in his better play of late is the fear of getting benched. "When I play my best hockey, you want that feeling of fear, that you've got to bring it every night or you're not going to play. That's the good thing with Mac(Tavish). If you're not playing well, you're not going to play."

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Jan 3: Stoll recorded two assists in Tuesday's win over Florida. This was the second straight game with two helpers for Stoll, and third in the last five games. He leads the team in assists (22) and is second in team scoring with 33 points.

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Dec 31: Stoll assisted on both of Ryan Smyth's power play goals Sunday in a 4-2 loss to the Flames. He had a solid December, with five goals and 15 points in 14 games, and seems to be getting comfortable on Edmonton's top power play unit with Smyth on his wing.

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Dec 29: Stoll had one of the few performances that were both noteworthy and positive for Edmonton in their 7-4 loss to the Kings. Stoll had a hand in three of the four Edmonton scores, notching a goal and an assist on the power play goal, and one assist while the team was shorthanded. With 29 points on the year, he trails Petr Sykora by just four points for the team lead.

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Dec 22: Stoll opened up the scoring of Thursday's game against Phoenix with a shorthanded goal in the first period. This was Stoll's 10th goal of the year and first shorthanded marker. He has had a terrific December, notching 10 points in 10 games.

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Dec 20: Stoll lit the lamp for the third time in five games in Tuesday's loss to Colorado. Stoll has failed to pick up a point in just three out of the last 12 games, racking up 10 points in that span. He now has 25 points on the year.

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Dec 14: Stoll scored the game-winning goal in the Oilers' third-period comeback win over Minnesota on Thursday. He also added an assist, finishing with a plus-2 rating, five shots and a pair of penalty minutes.

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Dec 13: Stoll picked up an assist in Tuesday's loss to Nashville to extend his point streak to five games. Stoll has notched six points in this current streak to bump his season total to 22 points. He has stepped up his game a bit with the injuries to Ales Hemsky and Ryan Smyth, and is now tied for second in team scoring.

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Dec 11: Stoll scored the lone Edmonton goal in Sunday's loss to Chicago. The goal came on the penalty shot. Stoll's left foot has been bothering him the last few games, but he logged nearly 22 minutes of ice time Sunday, the most of any Edmonton forward. All seems well for now, but should the foot limit him at some point in the next few practices or games, we'll post updates accordingly.

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Dec 9: Stoll's left foot is still bothering him from the shot he took in Wednesday's game, the Edmonton Sun. It bothers Stoll more to walk than to skate, so he has been fitted for padding on his skates. He was still able to log nearly 20 minutes of ice time in Friday's matchup with the Stars and assisted on both Edmonton goals. We'll continue to monitor him over the next few games, but it looks as though he will be able to play through any discomfort.

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Dec 7: Stoll left Wednesday's game against Carolina in the first period after taking a shot off his left foot, the Edmonton Sun reports. Stoll had x-rays taken between periods and was able to return to action in the second. He was able to log nearly 17 minutes of ice time (and picked up an assist on the game-winning goal in the third period), so there appears to be no reason to be concerned about any lingering effects at this point.

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Dec 2: The Oilers will have Stoll center Petr Sykora and Marc-Antoine Pouilot against Columbus Saturday, the Edmonton Journal reports. Stoll, who has tallied 16 points in 24 games thus far, gets a shot at seeing if he can have some of the chemistry that the injured Ales Hemsky had with Petr Sykora. Time will tell if he makes the most of the opportunity.

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Dec 1: Stoll recorded a goal in Thursday's 7-3 loss to the Avalanche. Stoll had a fairly rough November, with only six points in 13 games. Stoll will get 40-50 points this season, but fantasy owners have to be disappointed he won't match his 68 points from last season.

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Nov 22: Stoll was demoted to the fourth line in Tuesday's game against Calgary, the Edmonton Journal reports. Stoll has not scored a goal in nine games, and has just three assists in that span. As well, he is a minus-3 for the season, tied for the fifth-worst rating on the team. It's not known yet if the demotion was meant to simply be a message to him, or a new combination the team will give a long look at. We'll monitor the situation over the next few games and update accordingly.

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Oct 28: Stoll had back spasms during practice Friday, the Edmonton Sun reports. The team has not said if he will be able to lace up the skates against Washington Saturday. If he cannot make it a go, Toby Peterson will take his spot in the lineup.

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Oct 27: Stoll registered two assists in the Oilers' 6-2 loss to the Coyotes Thursday. After a relatively quiet start, Stoll has turned it on as of late, with six points in his last three games. Stoll had 68 points in only his second season last year, so the sky's the limit for him. He should be in your starting lineup most nights.

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Oct 25: Stoll is making up for the first seven games of the season that saw him go goalless, as he potted both goals in a 6-2 loss to Anaheim on Wednesday night. After a very slow start to the season, Stoll has three goals and two assists in the past three games. He is expected to be a point producer for the Oilers and these type of games should be the trend. If you have been keeping him out of the lineup due to this slow start, now is time to consider inserting him back in.

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Oct 24: Stoll tallied his first goal of the season in Monday's win over Phoenix. Now that the proverbial monkey is off his back, let's hope Stoll can get back to the form that saw him net 68 points last season.

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Sep 18: Stoll scored twice in Sunday's preseason opener, a 5-0 win over Phoenix. Nice way to kick off the preseason for Stoll, who scored 22 goals and 68 points last season (third in team scoring).

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Jul 21: The Oilers and Stoll avoided arbitration on Friday by agreeing to a two-year contract, the Canadian Press reports. "He has emerged into a solid two-way player at an early stage in his career and we believe he will continue his development into a top forward in the NHL," Oilers assistant GM Scott Howson said in a statement. Stoll had 68 points while appearing in all 82 games last season.

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Jul 6: Stoll has filed for salary arbitration, reports the Edmonton Sun. Stoll saw his point production jump 47 points from his sophomore season of 21 points to 68 points this past year. He picked the right time to have a career-year as he heads into arbitration coming off a season in which he was third in team scoring.

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May 13: Stoll scored a power play goal in Friday's Game 4 win over San Jose. Stoll had not lit the lamp since Game 3 of the Detroit series, a span of six games. He now has seven points in the playoffs thus far.

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May 2: Stoll notched two assists in Game 6 versus Detroit Monday. Stoll closes out the series with five points on two goals and three assists in six games.

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Apr 26: Stoll scored the game-winning goal in Tuesday's double-overtime contest against Detroit. Edmonton leads the series two games to one. This is Stoll's first taste of the NHL playoffs, but he is not showing any signs of stage fright. He now has two goals through the three games of the series.

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Apr 18: Stoll scored the game-winning goal against the Avalanche Monday. Stoll closes out the season with 68 points on 22 goals and 46 assists, all career-highs. He finishes third in team scoring.

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