The Lux of Pucks: 21 Most Impressive NHL Homes

9. Dion Phaneuf

Dion Phaneuf must love water, as his home is on the waterfront near Toronto. To celebrate his new contract, Phaneuf built his home. Phaneuf must be a family man, since he is near his relatives. His home is designed to be like a cottage for a getaway from hockey. The specifics of the interior are not known, he does have a dock so he can enjoy the water. It would be a nice place to relax with his wife, Elisha Cuthbert.

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8. Jarome Iginla

Before selling his custom mansion in Calgary, Iginla was able to relax with outstanding views of Calgary. This 5,000 square foot mansion also included a sports park in the backyard. You could camp out in one of the five bedrooms or relax in a bath in one of the six baths. Don’t forget a good wine from the wine cellar. One feature that stands out on this list would be Iginla’s closets. The walk-in closets are so large, you would think you were on your way to Narnia.

7. Tyler Seguin

For some players, finding their first house is a challenge. Being able to buy your new house from another player leads to a bit of a discount. After buying this Tudor style home from Mike Modano, Sequin made it his own. With four bedrooms and six baths, this home is the perfect place to spend time with friends and family. On beautiful nights, you can spend time outside near the pool.

Originally built like a tropical getaway, you can also relax those tired muscles in the hot tub. Along with the basic pool/hot tub, Sequin added seating areas, televisions, and a kitchen to enhance the outdoor experience. Whether it is in the middle of a Dallas summer or a cold winter, you have multiple selections to enjoy in this home.

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