ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Former Anaheim Ducks great Teemu Selanne had a philosophy about scoring goals. The Ducks are hoping his ''ketchup bottle theory'' applies to star winger Corey Perry.
Time to prognosticate. The Hockey Hall of Fame will welcome four new members on Monday night. Eric Lindros, Rogie Vachon, Sergei Makarov and Pat Quinn will finally get their due as enshrined hockey players. But it’s not too early to take a look at the 2017 class. Show More Summary
Teemu Selanne, also known as the “Finnish Flash,” had an awesome career in the NHL. He played professionally from 1989 until 2014, most of his time spent with the Anaheim Ducks. Teemu is known for being a bit of a character. He plays a lot of golf and likes to have fun. Show More Summary
This dude just so happened to be golfing with retired NHL superstar Teemu Selanne—who was responsible for posting the video on Instagram. But none of that matters. What does matter is what took place when this unknown man tried to hit his ball while it was positioned dangerously close to a water hazard. Check it out: You […]
Shea Theodore found Teemu Selanne's ketchup bottle. Ducks legend Selanne used to liken a burst of offense to ketchup being squirted out, and the well-worn anecdote was appropriate Wednesday after Theodore's first NHL goal ignited a three-goal outburst in the third period in the Ducks' 4-1 victory...
Maybe the Ducks should have forced Teemu Selanne to make an appearance. Selanne seemed to be their good-luck charm whenever he was shown on the video board last season to energize the crowd. But he wasn't visible on a Selanne promotional night Friday, and neither was the game the Ducks needed in...
For those of you who don’t know, Teemu Selanne is a former NHLer who spent the majority of his career playing for the Anaheim Ducks. The guy had a lengthy career from 1992 until retiring in 2014. Now, he looks to be living the life with his buddies on the golf course. Show More Summary
It was almost two years ago to the day that Teemu Selanne helped celebrate the Ducks’ return to the playoffs by scoring the game-winning goal in Game 1 against Detroit in the first round.
It was a coincidence, not a message, that the Ducks assigned newly recalled left wing Emerson Etem to sit in the locker stall previously occupied by Teemu Selanne at the Honda Center.
Teemu Selanne flashed his patented smile, clapped, then put an arm around his former Ducks teammate and Finnish countryman Saku Koivu in a Honda Center suite Sunday night.
Teemu Selanne's storybook career as an Anaheim Duck was honored Sunday in a memorable number-retirement ceremony, the evening closing with a fitting ending authored by Selanne's countryman and former teammate.
It was the perfect touch in a ceremony illuminated by many poignant moments, an afternoon of joy and laughter and more than a few suspiciously moist eyes.
Retiring Teemu Selanne’s jersey before any other member of the Ducks was not only the right thing to do but the only thing, according to several of his former teammates who returned to Anaheim for Sunday’s retirement of Selanne’s familiar number 8 at the Honda Center.
Teemu Selanne was late to everything, sometimes so tardy his Ducks teammates would tell the bus driver to leave the practice rink without him. He'd ride back to the hotel in the equipment truck, fuming, but never for long. And no one could be angry with him, so sunny and fun-loving was his...
The last time the Kings and Ducks faced off, the game ended with the Ducks waving goodbye to Teemu Selanne and their season.
Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau maintained a calm demeanor Thursday in responding to harsh comments about his work from retired player Teemu Selanne.
Teemu Selanne is one of the most beloved figures in hockey history. That's why it's so fascinating to read how much he hated playing for Bruce Boudreau. Teemu Selanne would still be playing in the NHL if Bruce Boudreau was not the head coach of the Anaheim Ducks. Show More Summary
Teemu Selanne confronted Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau during the team’s playoff series against Dallas last spring to ask why Boudreau “was not appreciative of me one iota” and had humiliated him by making him a healthy scratch for the fourth game, according to a new biography of...