Erin Andrews did not mince a single word when speaking about her husband and how he reacts to things while at home.
Andrews, who is married to former NHL player Jarret Stoll, spoke on her podcast titled “Calm Down with Erin and Charissa” about how her husband was such a tough guy while in the league but then has turned into a “little wuss” whenever there is a strange noise in the house.
“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.
Stoll played in the NHL from 2002-16 before announcing his retirement. He appeared in 872 games and amassed 144 goals and 388 points.
Last month, the longtime couple had an awesome addition to their family. Andrews battled infertility for nearly a decade before she and her husband finally became parents in July.
After several unsuccessful rounds of in vitro fertilization — necessitated by Andrews’ cervical cancer diagnosis in 2016 — the couple knew her last IVF transfer would represent their final chance to have a child together.
A surrogate mother was found and then on June 28, their son Mack was born on June 28th.