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If you haven’t heard the news yet, the Chicago Blackhawks recently traded 30-year-old Niklas Hjalmarsson to the Arizona Coyotes.

His move to Arizona means his lively Southport Corridor home will be going on the market, giving all of us a chance to check out the $3.2 million property.

Winter is officially here ❄️

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Niklas and his wife Elina lived in the 5-bedroom, Wayne Avenue home since April 2015.

Can you spot the little Santa on the coffee table 😜🎅🏼 getting in the holiday mood #interior #home #design

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In May of 2016, they purchased the property next door, then demolished the home and made it into a side yard, equipped with artificial turf.

The home also features three wine fridges, a rooftop deck on the home and the garage, and an outdoor fireplace.

Trying on grandpas motorcycle gear😂 #priceless #memories

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Do you have a cool $3.2 million? Then this home could be yours!

Check out more photos of the home here.