Another former Vancouver Canucks player has put their home on the market.
Oliver Ekman-Larsson, who had his multi-million dollar contract bought out by the team this summer, has listed his Vancouver home for $6,838,800.
Ekman-Larsson was a star defenceman when the Canucks traded for him from the Arizona Coyotes two seasons ago. His first year with the Canucks was serviceable, while last season was a disaster.
At the end of the season Ekman-Larsson, who had signed on for six years at $8.25 million a season, had his contract bought out and has since joined the Florida Panthers on a one-year deal worth $2.25 million. So this coming season he will earn that $2.25 million on top of two-thirds of the salary the Canucks were supposed to pay him.
According to B.C. Assessment Authority records, Ekman-Larsson bought the home at 1995 Whyte Ave. in April 2022 for $6.25 million. Its assessed value on July 1, 2023 was $5.914 million.
The property listing states the four-level home was built in 2013 and is 2,990 square feet with three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a rooftop deck plus elevator.
Annual property tax last year was $26,617. The home was listed last Wednesday.
In February, former Canucks captain Bo Horvat listed his Vancouver home for $5.599 million.
The home on the 4400-block of West 11th Avenue in Point Grey was listed on Feb. 21, 2023 — three weeks after Horvat was traded to the New York Islanders in the midst of a career season for the centre with 31 goals and 23 assists in 49 games with the Canucks.
Horvat finished the season with 38 goals and 32 assists in 79 games.
According to government records, Bowie William Horvat purchased the property in December 2020 for $4.95 million, and it was assessed at $4.421 million as of July 2022.
The ten-year-old 3,632-square-foot, Craftsman-style home sits on a 40-by-122-foot lot. It has a three-car garage and putting green, with four bedrooms and five bathrooms.
It sold 36 days after listing for $5.21 million.
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