Dallas Stars center Tyler Seguin recently bought his new Texas mansion from a Hockey Hall of Famer.
The 22-year-old former Boston Bruin purchased his Dallas home from Stars legend Mike Modano, TMZ Sports reported Sunday.
The fully equipped Dallas mansion originally was listed at $2.295 million, but it ended up selling for $1.925 million. The 7,250 square-foot home includes a full gym, game room and even a putting green.
Modano played with the Stars for 16 seasons and had his No. 9 jersey retired by the organization in 2014. Living in the Stanley Cup champion’s old house might bring some additional luck to Seguin’s NHL career.
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