NHL captain puts his $3.5 million mansion on the market

Uh oh… trouble in paradise? This certainly won’t calm the already crazy trade rumors.

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According to a report from the Los Angeles Times, Montreal Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty has put his Boca Raton, Florida home on the real estate market for $3.45 million.

Check out this description from the Los Angeles Times:

The house in the Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club community has a saltwater swimming pool and sports court surrounded by turf lawns. Marble floors and 13-foot ceilings are found throughout the 5,800 square feet of overhauled interior.
The single-story floor plan includes five bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, a formal dining room, a center-island kitchen with a tile backsplash and a family room with modern wood paneling. There’s also a gym and a breakfast nook off the kitchen.
French doors lead out back to gray tile patios, including one with a dining area and outdoor kitchen. Palms and formal landscaping surround the property.

Not bad, not bad at all. Check out the photos:

Pacioretty reportedly bought the home two years ago for $2.575 million. Pacioretty also sold his Brossard, Quebec home last offseason for a cool $2 million. The 16,000 square foot home had been on the market for months, but it eventually sold to out of country buyers. Pacioretty, his wife and children reportedly purchased a larger home in Montreal later that summer. 

Interestingly enough, Pacioretty has been linked to the Florida Panthers in trade rumors lately. The 29 year old winger is set to hit free agency next offseason and is reportedly looking for a huge payday, whether that’s in Montreal or elsewhere. The perennial 30+ goal scorer and 60+ point scorer had a remarkably poor season in 2017-18 with just 17 goals and 37 points. His career high of 37 goals and 67 points from just a season ago though indicates that he’s capable of much, much more. Again, whether or not he gets a shot to improve upon last season’s totals with Montreal or elsewhere, remains to be seen.

On paper, Pacioretty certainly appears to be a perfect fit for the emerging Panthers. While they've already added former Ottawa Senators sniper Mike Hoffman this offseason, there's no denying the fact that Pacioretty could give them an extra offensive dynamic in their top six forward group.