Ex-Ranger Mats Zuccarello getting rid of $3M NYC condo

Norwegian hockey star Mats Zuccarello — who skated for the New York Rangers for eight years — is about to list his Manhattan home for $3.2 million.

The fifth-floor corner unit at 345 W. 14th St., which he bought for $3.15 million in 2015, is 1,228 square feet. With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, the condo boasts views of the Meatpacking District’s Gansevoort Square. It features an open kitchen, wide-plank oak floors, double-paned windows — and even some Rangers gear on display.

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Building amenities include a gym, cold storage, a bike room and a landscaped roof deck with downtown and Hudson River views.

Zuccarello spent a total of eight years with the Rangers, who traded him to the Dallas Stars in February. Last month, he signed a five-year, $30-million deal with the Minnesota Wild.

Leaving the Big Apple was hard, he said, because his friends and teammates became his family. “New York gave me so much. It will always be in my heart,” Zuccarello said in an emotional moment after his trade to the Stars. “The fans were unbelievable. They took me in, pushed me and made me who I am today.”

The listing brokers are Michael Graves and Patrick Day of Compass.

“It’s fun to be working with Mats,” adds Graves. “He is my 10-year-old twin boys’ favorite NHL player. They are huge fans You can feel his energy in the apartment. It’s great!”

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