Jarret Stoll on Game 7 – ‘I think it will be tough to watch’

Jarret Stoll is getting a little better each day. However, he won’t be playing in tonight’s Game 7 between the Kings and Sharks. Following morning skate, here are some of the thoughts he shared…

On if the game tonight will be tough to watch:

“Yeah, I’m sure it will be. I hope we come out and play well, get the win, and move on from there. Yeah, they’re always tough to watch, especially an elimination game I think will be tough to watch. Like I said, hopefully we come out on the better end of it.”

On where he watches the game:

“I don’t know. Usually I watch in the dressing room. In San Jose I was in a suite, just to get a sense of the atmosphere  and the game. Obviously it’s way better to be out there, but right off the bat with the injury, I didn’t want to do that – too much going on. But yeah, I think I’ll be out there tonight (watching).”

Here’s more from the scrum with Stoll:

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