Which one of you hosers is a Maple Leafs fan with at least $4,000 in expendable income? That's what it'll cost to spend the night in the Canadian mansion of former Toronto star Wendel Clark.
The 13-year NHL veteran has put his summer cottage -- which is really just a mansion -- on AirBnB, billing the property as a "Muskoka Getaway."
"Love Canadian summers? Love lake living? I'm Wendel Clark, former Maple Leaf captain, and I'm inviting you and some friends to my cottage in Muskoka for a weekend this summer," Clark writes in the AirBnB listing.
Don't worry, Clark isn't hurting for money -- he plans to donate all the proceeds to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.
Check out that fireplace:
You can also relax in Clark's bathroom, which he describes as "nicer than most penalty boxes -- trust me, I know!"
Among the rules Clark lists at his house:
-- No mini sticks in the house, take it out to the yard!
-- Mustache trimming is allowed, shaving is not
-- Help yourself to anything in the fridge or cupboards, just don't touch the Captain Crunch
-- Keep your head up at all times, especially on the dock
-- Zamboni parking is permitted
-- No diving (unless it's off the dock)
You can see the full listing on AirBnB.
The house runs at just shy of $4,000/night, with a two-night minimum stay required. How many friends can you coax into splitting the bill?