The felony count of a drug possession charge against Kings center
His sentence includes performing 32 hours of community service within 120 days, and Stoll's lawyer David Chesnoff said Stoll has already started that process.
Stoll was not present at Thursday's court proceedings.
"Now that the case has been resolved I am committed to meeting all of my obligations to the court and I'm grateful for the chance to offer guidance and to share positive life lessons to kids as part of the resolution of this matter," Stoll said in a statement. "My focus remains on hockey and I'm looking forward to getting back on the ice next season."
Components of Stoll's community service will include putting together a hockey program for at-risk youth in the Las Vegas area. Stoll will also volunteer with the Salvation Army in Clark County.
It was noted that Stoll will donate hockey equipment, believed to be worth about $50,000, as part of the youth program. In Thursday's court proceedings, the likelihood of
"He's a great athlete. That's his sport. We knew [the NHL] could be coming and we thought it would be something that would catch the attention of the at-risk kids and provide Jarret a forum to tell them about how important a good lifestyle and health is," Chesnoff said.
"We're very satisfied [with the resolution]."
Chesnoff said that Stoll already started the Salvation Army community service commitment.
The felony drug possession charge, for cocaine, could have carried a sentence ranging from probation to up to four years in prison. Stoll pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of provoking commission of breach of peace and trespassing.