The Lux of Pucks: 21 Most Impressive NHL Homes

6. Alexander Ovechkin

Instead of renovating an older mansion, Ovechkin opted for a new mansion with his home in McLean, Virginia. To relax, Ovechkin has many different activities to do. He could use his library or he could simply play in the rec room. To accommodate guests, Ovechkin has 5 bedrooms with 7.5 baths. Unless there is a huge party, you wouldn’t have to worry about sharing a bathroom during your stay. Just don’t use the master bathroom, as that is his personal space.

5. Vincent Lecavalier

Lecavalier’s former Tampa home is the perfect place to party. With all the extra amenities, you will never be bored. In this 7,636 square foot home, you have a home theater, wine cellar, and a workout facility. Can’t find the gym? Go look in the library! If you need a nap, there are six bedrooms to take a nap. Once you are done in the gym, you can soak in the bath of any of the 7 bathrooms. This home is located around many active and retired athletes.

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4. Nick Lidstrom

Nick Lidstrom’s former Novi, Michigan home featured manicured lawns. The five bedroom, five bath, and three half bath home features hardwood floors. You can even choose between the different staircases to use. Would you like the traditional staircase or the winding staircase? If you collect cars, you would have a four car garage to store them. You could start a nice wine collection in the built in wine cellar, complete with a chandelier. There are two outside seated areas where you can relax after a game on the tennis courts.

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