The Lux of Pucks: 21 Most Impressive NHL Homes

12. Henrik Lundqvist

As Mel Brooks once said, “It’s good to be the king.” King Hendrik, as he is known, had a penthouse in New York City. The penthouse in Manhattan boasted just two bathrooms. What it lacked in space for guests, Lundqvist made up for in amenities. To show off the view of New York, there were floor to ceiling windows across the entire house — although you could see the view better on the patio outside. If you wanted to, you could enjoy a good game on the television while relaxing in the hot tub.

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11. Jonathan Toews

Located in a bustling metro, Toews makes his home in Chicago. The 6,400 square foot home comes with an elevator. If Toews feels like being lazy after a workout in his custom gym, he can be. To enhance the area around his house, he utilizes the rooftop. He can entertain guests with a grill, seating and fireplace. His friends could crash in one of the five bedrooms he has at his disposal.

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Perry Nelson-USA TODAY Sports

10. Anze Kopitar

The perfect beach getaway belongs to Anze Kopitar. Not satisfied with one home, Kopitar bought a second home next door. Basically, his guests have a house to themselves. The houses, located in Manhattan Beach, California, have balconies to enjoy the stunning views. If you get cold at night, you can enjoy a nice fire in one of the fireplaces. Worried which room has the fireplaces? Don’t worry — all the bedrooms have them.

To enjoy the outdoors, Kopitar has a custom build fire pit and barbecue. If you want to store your car, there is an eight car garage between the two houses. If you want to stay inside, indulge in the media room.

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