Instead of ignoring the remark, Andrews fired back with a deafening quip of her own. but when u man up and stop hiding behind a lame photo, I’ll be sure to forward u a good surgeon ..#livesinmomshome.” Though the thorn in Andrews’ side neglected to apologize, he also failed to clarify his current living quarters. SHE'S ENGAGED (at least, that's what her emojis are saying).Andrews has been dating NHL free agent Jarret Stoll since 2012 -- and got Twitter all excited Thursday night when she tweeted a message implying he finally popped the question."We're brought up thinking our lives are going to be a Taylor Swift song. You don't know what is going to bring you happiness." PHOTOS: Celebrity wives and girlfriends of NFL players The Fox Sports reporter, 37, and NHL hunk, 33, hit a rough patch after Stoll was arrested in April for suspicion of cocaine and ecstasy possession.Following the incident, the athlete cut a plea deal and signed on to create a hockey program for at-risk kids as his community service."This weather at Lambeau is really going to put a damper on my ring game @jarretstoll." When Twitter followers hit Andrews back looking to clarify, she replied with cheeky "heart" and "kissyface" emojis that seemed to confirm everyone's suspicions. By the way, we reached out to Erin's rep -- so far no word back ...
But once the game starts, we all think the same way. You try to play your game and help the team win.” That’s just what Stoll tried to do for 29 games for the Blueshirts, signing a one-year, 0,000 deal as an unrestricted free agent this past summer. “Try to play the role as best you can and it just didn’t work out.” Stoll gushed about his time with the Rangers, saying: “It was great, I loved it.
Stoll joined the New York Rangers last month after playing for the Los Angeles Kings for seven years.
PHOTOS: Kristin Cavallari's life as a mom with Jay Cutler Andrews acknowledged that whether it's with Stoll or not, she has plans to become a wife and a mom.
“So I texted the boys, said, ‘Sorry boys, not coming in today,’” Stoll said with a laugh Thursday morning at Xcel Energy Center.
— Jarret Stoll had just woken up in his apartment building in downtown Manhattan on Monday morning when his phone rang. So the first thing he had to do was tell his carpool buddies — Keith Yandle, Kevin Hayes and Tanner Glass — that he wasn’t making it to practice that day.
When asked, Bergeron confirmed he’d be flying solo Monday night, but that they’d have an as-yet unnamed stand-in host for Tuesday’s live results show.