Erin Andrews' boyfriend may still be feeling the repercussions of a grueling NHL season.
Los Angeles Kings center Jarret Stoll, who has been dating the Fox Sports host for several months, suffered a seizure early this morning at his Hermosa Beach home, team general manager Dean Lombardi confirmed to the Los Angeles Times.
Happily, Stoll, 31, is said to be doing well since the health scare.
"Everything is OK. They've run some tests and they still had another one to run," Lombardi said. "The bottom line is that he's fine. Now the issue is what caused it. There are a myriad of things that can cause them."
Stoll was rushed to Little Company of Mary Hospital in Torrance and could be released as early as sometime today, according to the Kings exec.
Anderson's rep was unavailable for comment. While guest-hosting Live! With Kelly & Michael last week, the veteran sports correspondent talked about Stoll and acknowledged that they were still an item.
Stoll exclusively confirmed to E! News back in March that he and Andrews had been set up by former NFL star Michael Strahanand that he had taken her on a romantic day-before-Valentine's-Day date to dinner in Malibu.
"How's your love life?" Strahan pressed Andrews during another guest-hosting appearance after Stoll had spilled the beans. "I want to know these things!"
"Well, it's good, thanks to Michael Strahan," she blushed.
"I was working the World Series this past year," Andrews ultimately explained, "it's like the fifth inning and I get a text message from one Michael Strahan. He said, 'Hey, can I give your phone number to somebody?' and I was like [eye roll], 'Oh, this better be good.'"
And it was!
The Canadian-born Stoll, who joined the Kings in 2008 and shared in their Stanley Cup win last summer, suffered a concussion in Game 1 of the team's Western Conference semifinal series against the San Jose Sharks.
He sat out for the rest of that series but returned for Game 1 of their conference final against eventual 2013 Stanley Cup champs the Chicago Blackhawks.
While recovering from the head injury in May, Stoll told the Times that he was "taking it slow."
"I've done this before, earlier on in my career, so I know how it feels and what's right and what's not, if I'm off or back to normal or not. So just day by day."
UPDATE: E! News learned that Stoll went home from the hospital later that night and was doing better. Doctors had run tests and were still trying to determine what caused the seizure.