Erin Andrews expressed her honest opinion about her husband’s behavior at home.
In her podcast “Calm Down with Erin and Charissa,” she revealed that while her husband, former NHL player Jarret Stoll, was tough and strong on the ice, he becomes a bit of a coward when it comes to strange noises in their house.
Despite his ability to physically dominate opponents during his NHL career, Andrews humorously referred to him as a “little wuss” when it comes to unexpected sounds at home.
“He can like, beat the sh*t out of guys when he was on the ice and be so tough and hit the crap out of people. But, if there’s one noise in our house, it’s just like he and Howie are the biggest freaking wusses. It’s so bad,” Andrews said.
— Calm Down with Erin and Charissa (@calmdownpodcast) August 25, 2023
Stoll had a successful NHL career that spanned from 2002 to 2016, playing in 872 games and accumulating 144 goals and 388 points. In July, Andrews and Stoll celebrated the joyous arrival of their first child. Overcoming a decade-long struggle with infertility, Andrews underwent multiple rounds of in vitro fertilization after being diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2016. Determined to have a child together, the couple turned to a surrogate mother, and on June 28th, their son Mack was born.
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