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With No Sale on the Scoreboard, Jeremy Roenick Is Renting Out Scottsdale Home for $30K a Month

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    The home's magnificent view.

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    Jeremy Roenick (2008 Getty Images)

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    The Southwestern-inspired living area.

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    Inside Roenick's kitchen.

After failing to sell his Scottsdale, AZ, mansion last year, retired NHL star Jeremy Roenick is trying a different tack: Renting it out for the whopping sum of $30,000 a month.

Roenick, a fan favorite, scored over 500 goals during his All-Star hockey career, playing for six different teams -- most notably the Chicago Blackhawks and Phoenix Coyotes. Since his retirement, the former center has managed to remain the center of attention as a hockey analyst and reality TV judge.

The seven-bedroom, 10,000-square-foot home sits on nearly 19 acres of desert, with stunning views of the nearby mountains and forests. Southwestern-style balconies overlook the private pool and landscaped yard. There's also a large stone patio that's perfect for entertaining friends (or just lying out in the sun).

You could take a lazy dip in the pool, play a few innings on the baseball field, or practice putting on the three-hole course. With so many activities to be found outdoors, there's no reason to go inside.

However, if you do head indoors, you won't be disappointed. The Southwestern design style continues throughout, including the spacious living room with a distressed wood box ceiling, stone fireplace surround, and copper inlays.