Barry Melrose has done it all in Glens Falls.

He's played with the Adirondack Red Wings. He coached the franchise to a Calder Cup victory less than a decade later. He even became a part-owner of a minor league hockey team there, the Adirondack Frostbite.

Barry Melrose has had a huge impact on hockey in Glens Falls, and it appears that the region has had a huge impact on him. The long-time pro hockey player, turned coach, turned legendary ESPN broadcaster has resided in Glens Falls for years, commuting to Bristol for his work covering the NHL for ESPN.

Take a look inside the walls of Barry Melrose's gorgeous Glens Falls home, and see why the mullet-clad Melrose calls the city his home.

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