Columbus Blue Jackets goalie Sergei Bobrovsky is selling his $2.9 million condo at The Condominiums at North Bank Park.
The condo at 300 W. Spring St. features four bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and over 5,400 square feet of custom-designed luxury living space. Quality amenities include architectural elegance, high-end finishes, and abundant natural light throughout, according to the listing.
After the Monday’s loss the Boston Bruins eliminated the Blue Jackets from the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, Bobrovsky did not confirm or deny whether he played his last game as a Blue Jacket.
“It’s too early to say. I don’t think about that future right now. I just say what I think about what’s happening right now– how I feel right now. It’s too early to discuss my future,” Bobrovsky said.
It’s not known what the listing means for Bobrovsky future with the Blue Jackets.
Bobrovsky along with Artemi Panarin are unrestricted free agents and almost certainly are out the door. Retooling the roster to compensate for the loss of the two Russians, and possibly other free agents, will mean a busy and interesting offseason for general manager Jarmo Kekalainen, according to The Associated Press.
Tuesday morning after the game, Panarin was the biggest trending topic on Twitter in Columbus, but all of those tweets are just speculation. Panarin himself is not commenting on whether he will stay or go.
“He feels empty right now. He can’t think of that. They just lost a game, and that’s all they think,” a Russian translator said to the media for Panarin Monday night in the CBJ locker room.