Former Tampa Bay Lightning star Ruslan Fedotenko is selling his South Tampa mansion

Ruslan Fedotenko, who helped give the Tampa Bay Lightning its first Stanley Cup, is now selling his luxury mansion in South Tampa's Shell Point neighborhood.

The 4,969-square-foot home, which is located at 5813 S Gordon Ave., was built in 2019 and purchased by Ruslan and his wife Debra for $2,195,000, according to property records.

The contemporary style home comes with four bedrooms and five bathrooms, as well as an elevator, a temperature-controlled glass wine cellar, Sub-Zero & Wolf appliances, a whole house generator, a full-house air and water filtration system, a saltwater pool, and more. 

Ruslan played with the Lightning from 2002-2007, and most famously scored  both  goals in Game 7 of the 2004 Finals against the Calgary Flames, delivering Tampa Bay its first-ever Stanley Cup. The left wing would later go on to win another Stanley Cup with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2009.

The Fedotenko house is currently asking $3.25 million and the listing agents are
Jennie Kernaghan and Abby Schwemlein with Realty Hub.
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Former Tampa Bay Lightning star Ruslan Fedotenko is selling his South Tampa mansion
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Former Tampa Bay Lightning star Ruslan Fedotenko is selling his South Tampa mansion
Photo via Realtor
Former Tampa Bay Lightning star Ruslan Fedotenko is selling his South Tampa mansion
Photo via Realtor
Former Tampa Bay Lightning star Ruslan Fedotenko is selling his South Tampa mansion
Photo via Realtor
Former Tampa Bay Lightning star Ruslan Fedotenko is selling his South Tampa mansion
Photo via Realtor

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