Barry Trotz, the former head coach of the Nashville Predators, is back for a Nashville homeowner again.
Trotz and his wife Kimberly completed the purchase of a home in Nashville on Tuesday for $1.5 million ($672 per square foot), according to a Davidson County Registry document.
Located at 906 Knox Avenue, this three-bed, three-bath single family home sold for $235,000 off asking price. The 2,232-square-foot residence, located within walking distance of Sevier Park, underwent a complete renovation in 2020.
Complete with nine-foot ceilings, the dwelling includes a 280-square-foot kitchen, 204-square-foot dining room, laundry room, basement, covered porch, two garage spaces, an office that doubles as a bedroom and a separate one-bedroom guest house.
Husband and wife Danielle and Holly Tilden bought it for $320,000 in 2013, the couple listed the house on June 2 and the sale was completed seven days later.
Trotz was the first head coach in Predators history, leading the team to a record 557-479-60-100 in 15 seasons with seven playoffs and four seasons of 100 points. He parted ways with the team after the 2013-14 season and the Predators hired Peter Laviollette to succeed him.
After leaving Nashville, Trotz spent four years with the Washington Capitals from 2014-2018, posting a record 205-89-34 with four playoffs and a Stanley Cup championship. He then coached the New York Islanders from 2018-2022, leading them to a record 152-102-34 with three playoffs in four seasons.
It was Trotz linked To Predators in a management/advisory role if he decides he no longer wants the internship. He’s the hot favorite for several major coaching jobs, including the Philadelphia Flyers and Winnipeg Jets.
Sportsnet’s Elliot Friedman mentioned. “He won’t make up his mind until he’s sure it’s right for him and his family.”
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