Jamie Langenbrunner was born in Duluth and had an amazing career in the NHL and still calls Minnesota home, but it looks like he's moving out of Moose Lake.

Langenbrunner currently has his $1.7 million home in Moose Lake for sale, and according to The Pine Knot News he and his family now live full time in the Twin Cities as he works as the director of player development for the Boston Bruins.

The house has 8 bedrooms, 6.5 baths and is over 8,000 sq. ft. It sits on the shores of Island Lake and features all the amenities a former NHL superstar needs, a home theatre, game room, outdoor tennis court, and lots of space for your NHL memorabilia.

According to Realtor.com, with a 20% downpayment, your monthly payments would only be $7842 per month, not bad, HA!

The house also features a sauna, a wine cellar, and a see-thru fireplace to a private bathroom in the master bedroom.

Langenbrunner was drafted out of Cloquet High School 35th overall in the 93 NHL Draft by the Dallas Stars and went on to play with the New Jersey Devils and the St. Louis Blues in a 16-year career in the NHL. He's won two Stanley Cups and a Silver Medal in the 2010 Winter Olympics.

h/t City Pages