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.