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Lightning GM Steve Yzerman sells house for $3 million to new player

TAMPA — Tampa Bay Lightning General Manager Steve Yzerman's multi-million Davis Islands home is staying in the Lightning family. Yzerman sold his 6,265-square-foot house Monday to new defenseman Dan Girardi for $3 million.

The sale was recorded in a Hillsborough County filing Tuesday.

Previous coverage: Home of Tampa Bay Lightning GM Steve Yzerman hits market at $3.45 million

Girardi signed a two-year contract with the team for $6 million in July.

Initially listed in November for $3.595 million, Yzerman's Mediterranean-style mansion was briefly taken off the market before being re-listed in late June for $3.45 million. It has four bedrooms, two half-baths and five bathrooms and is located at 44 Martinique Ave.

The home next door sold for just under $2.9 million in February.

Contact Malena Carollo at mcarollo@tampabay.com or (727) 892-2249. Follow @malenacarollo on Twitter.

Lightning GM Steve Yzerman sells house for $3 million to new player 08/23/17 [Last modified: Wednesday, August 23, 2017 11:29am]
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