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Despite moving to Buffalo following an off-season trade, Sabres goalie Robin Lehner can't seem to sell off his old house in Ottawa.

By Dan Marrazza
February 17, 2016

Are you looking for a new place to live? Do you want to live in Ottawa? Are you on Instagram?

If you answered “yes” to all of these questions, Buffalo Sabres goalie Robin Lehner wants to talk to you. 

Traded to the Sabres by the Ottawa Senators last summer, Lehner still hasn’t been able to sell his Ottawa-area home, as he relayed to the National Post’s Don Brennan on Wednesday.

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According to Lehner, he still hasn’t purchased new digs in Buffalo as a result of the difficulty he’s had moving his home at 1404 Sherruby Way in suburban Kanata, which he previously purchased from former Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson.

If you’re interested in Lehner’s home, he prefers not to use a real estate agent, maybe in an effort to save on broker’s fees.

“Just contact me on Instagram,” Lehner told Brennan. “That would be perfect.”

Lehner’s asking price? $1 million. That’s $729,611 U.S.

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