Paulina has known the former Edmonton Oiler since he moved to Los Angeles to join the Kings in 2008.
Jarret and Wayne, famously an Oiler and a King himself, naturally travel in the same circle.
On June 24 -- Jarret's birthday -- she posted a new photo of them together.
They were fully clothed in what looked to be someone's living room and she stood next to Jarret, who held the Stanley Cup over his head.
The 30-year-old is extremely careful about his public image and has a benign Twitter account where he occasionally posts messages about a game. This is the guy who left model Rachel Hunter crying at the altar three years ago only to move on to -- and bust up with -- Katie Cassidy, David Cassidy's cute actress-daughter.
But the historical heart-destroyer between the two is Jarret. Though Jarret might be intimidated by Paulina's dad, Wayne Gretzky, a tiger doesn't easily change its stripes.
Gretzky is the eldest child of Wayne Gretzky and Janet Jones and has four siblings.
She has three brothers, Ty, Trevor, and Tristan, and one sister, Emma.
Jarret is a serious athlete, just having helped the Los Angeles Kings win its first-ever Stanley Cup.
The star, whose father is Canadian ice hockey legend Wayne Gretzky, and her golf ace fiance Dustin Johnson welcomed another son on Monday in Los Angeles, according to TMZ.
“Meet the beautiful baby boy of Paulina Gretzky & Dustin Johnson,” ESPN reporter Ian O’Connor wrote alongside a picture of the newborn on Twitter.
While we hope that all the scouting teams do pay off and those players turn out the way most expect, we've seen over the years that sometimes organizations just drop the ball.
From dudes like Michael Olowokandi and Darko Milicic in the NBA, to Ryan Leaf and Ja Marcus Russell in the NFL, it's actually pretty fun to debate who we think had the most unfortunate careers.