McDavid’s Edmonton home featured in Architectural Digest

McDavid and Kyle told Architectural Digest their favorite part of their home is the open floor plan, which allows for guests — specifically, Oilers teammates — to feel close together.
“I think our house has kind of become the designated team party house,” McDavid said.
The basketball court, used more as a roller rink for McDavid’s practice, and gym were important, last-minute additions to the house. McDavid told the magazine that finding ways to be active and stay in shape during the cold winter months were important to him.
In a house occupied by a prominent NHL player and an entrepreneur, the king of the castle is the couple’s 2-year-old Bernedoodle, Lenard. Throughout the house are custom Lenard-centric details, like pillows and paintings. But in the basement, beware. A large, neon blue sign — or warning — above the sofa reads, “If you don’t like dogs, get out.”
But if you’re looking for a comfortable, clean-cut spot to hang out, then come on in.

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