Found December 11, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
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The NHL lockout doesn’t look like its going anywhere. Games were just cancelled through January 30 and the hopes for any 2012-13 season is looking bleak. Loui Eriksson, a left winger on the Dallas Stars, has taken notice and is trying to unload his Dallas area mansion for $2.5 million. The guy was expecting to reel in a cool $4.6 million in salary this year, but has made nearly $12 million in the previous three. With those numbers, could he really be that strapped for cash? Either way he’s going to be hard pressed to sell this boring house for $2.5 million. Look at those weird bedrooms! You call that a backyard?! Is this how people live in Sweden? Booooooooooooring. The Details On Loui Eriksson’s Dallas, Texas Mansion 6 bed, 7 bath 7,141 sq. ft. Good sized pool with fancy water spouts (invite Kate Upton over, she enjoys the water spouts) Media and exercise rooms 1.9 miles from Whole Foods 8.7 miles from Silver City Cabaret [Buy Loui Eriksson's House - Realtor] Filed under: Hockey
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