Pat LaFontaine, hockey legend, lists Lloyd Neck home
Retired hockey player Pat LaFontaine, and his wife, Mary Beth, put their Lloyd Neck waterfront estate on the market for $6.995 million in the summer of 2013 with listing agents Elena D'Agostino and Joyce Mennella of Signature Premier properties.
LaFontaine, who played for the Islanders, Buffalo Sabres and Rangers, scored 468 goals during a Hall of Fame career that ended in 1998. See photos of the home he's owned for the last 10 years below.
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