Former NHL Winger Ryan Malone Is Selling $1.37M Home in Tampa

It's been more than a year since left winger Ryan Malone played for the Tampa Bay Lightning, and he's looking to offload his luxurious home in Tampa, FL, for $1,373,000.

The front walkway of his four-bedroom, 4,572-square-foot home is flanked by palm trees -- a constant reminder you're a half-block from the beach -- giving the Spanish Colonial -- style home plenty of curb appeal.

You could entertain guests on the backyard lanai (with built-in grill) beside the pool and spa, or serve drinks at the bar inside before playing billiards in the game room lined with stone columns.

A wood-and-stone fireplace is the centerpiece of the master bedroom, but the enormous walk-in closet is worth a peek -- as is the adjoining bath, with his-and-her sinks and a bidet.

After winning a silver medal with the 2010 U.S. Olympic team and spending six solid seasons with the Lightning, Malone was arrested on charges of DUI and cocaine possession in 2014. Tampa Bay bought out his contract soon after. After a brief stint with the New York Rangers, he retired with 179 career goals to his name.

If you're interested in this slice of beachy paradise with a hockey pedigree, contact agent Cary Hicks of Keller Williams.