NHL players do all sorts of things during the offseason.
From traveling to working out to celebrating weddings, players like to take advantage of their downtime during the summer, especially if that means just staying at home and doing nothing all day long.
Since they earn pretty handsome yearly salaries, you can bet that some of the game’s top stars live in some of the nicest homes you’ll ever see. With that being said, here’s seven of the most incredible homes owned by NHL stars.
Patrick Kane – South Buffalo, New York
Patrick Kane is a future Hall of Famer and a legend around Chicago, but the Buffalo, New York native likes to spend his summers back at home in South Buffalo. Kane purchased the mansion shown above back in 2012 for $2.68 million and it includes five bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and has direct access to Lake Erie. However, Kane recently put both his Buffalo mansion and Chicago apartment onto the market, so perhaps he’s looking at something bigger and better.
Dion Phaneuf – Prince Edward Island
Dion Phaneuf has spent his entire NHL career in Canada, so we’re not very surprised about him living north of the border. Both Phaneuf and his wife, Elisha Cuthbert, are Alberta natives, but the couple resides in Prince Edward Island and it looks like they have plenty of privacy in what looks like the heart of cottage country.
Henrik Lundqvist – New York City
Other than Sweden, New York City is the only other place New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist has called home during his 12-year career and it’s no surprise that he lives like a king in one of the largest cities in the world.
Located at 310 West 52nd Street, Lundqvist’s crib is 2,035 square feet and includes an entertainment area on the upper level, floor to ceiling windows, an open chef’s kitchen with a dining area, and also includes an outdoor bar with a massive TV, a hot tub and a foosball table.
Anze Kopitar – Manhattan Beach, California
Anze Kopitar loves California so much that he decided to buy two houses instead of one. The Los Angeles Kings captain spent $10 million on two homes in Manhattan Beach, California, and combine for a whopping 4,600 square feet. The property also includes four bedrooms, each with a custom fireplace, a media room and balconies with an ocean view.
Jeff Carter – Hermosa Beach, California
If Anze Kopitar ever bets bored of his place and wants a different view, he can head on over to teammate Jeff Carter’s place in Hermosa Beach, California. Carter’s property spreads over 4,100 square feet and includes six bedrooms, five bathrooms and a guest suite. He dropped $5.25 million on his place when he moved to Los Angeles and has since added a custom bar, an outdoor patio and is located a block away from the beach,
Mario Lemieux - Mont Tremblant, Quebec
Mario Lemieux spends most of his time in Pittsburgh, so his property in Mont Tremblant should blow you away. The chateau-style mansion takes up more than 15,000 square feet and cost Lemieux nearly $20 million. You can fit a few families inside, as it has 23 rooms and 10 bathrooms, on top of a tennis court with a heated floor, a massive swimming pool, and much more.