If you've wondered what Ryan Kesler's house looks like, a new web show from the former Canuck and Sportsnet is giving you a glimpse inside.
Called Kes' House, Kesler is essentially hosting watch parties for the Stanley Cup playoffs, with current and former NHLers along with other athletes and, for some reason, a call-in with singer/human canvas Post Malone about wine.
So far two watch parties have happened, both during Montreal Canadiens' wins over the Winnipeg Jets. Kesler's first guests were former NHLer Colby Armstrong, current Ottawa Senator Josh Norris and Canadian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard. Armstrong stuck around for the next game, when they were joined by Columbus Blue Jacket Michael Del Zotto and former Green Bay Packer TJ Lang.
Other sports-world celebrities are making the trek to Michigan now, to participate in future watch parties, like sports journalist Julie Stewart-Binks and retired NHLer Anson Carter.
Located on a lake in Michigan, Kesler shows off his crib a bit too, with boats, beer pong and a bunch of other things for the group to get into when they're not sitting at the bar watching the game and telling stories (like how bad Raffi Torres' feet stink).
Being that it's a livestream with a bunch of people in their 20s and 30s, there's a language warning for any of the game videos.