Rookies don't have to start dominating in the NHL with the first stride they take. If the rookie's name is not Bobby Orr, Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux, Teemu Selanne, Alex Ovechkin or Sidney Crosby, that's rarely going to happen. But...Show More Summary
As a new season begins, a comprehensive, team-by-team look at the latest Cup contenders and biggest question marks in the NHL this year.
The tap on the shoulder caught me off guard as I found myself in a foreign spot in a foreign land. It's not often you're asked to hitch a ride on the team bus, but because a coach took pity on a couple sportswriters — who were otherwise...Show More Summary
A good portion of a newly-retired man's life involves playing golf on beautiful sunny afternoons. Fortunately for Anaheim Ducks fans, Teemu Selanne's golf game is nowhere close to where it needs to be for him to take his talents from...Show More Summary
If there were a Stanley Cup for best use of YouTube, this deserves it.
Thanks to realignment, the Ducks will play in every city this season. Get the Mariano Rivera treatment ready. Read more...
Teemu Selanne, the oldest NHL player at 42 years of age, scored his 42 nd playoff goal to lead the Anaheim Ducks past the Detroit Red Wings 3-1 in the first game of their series in Anaheim on Tueday. "When you have a passion for scoring goals, it doesn't matter who old you are," said Selanne. Show More Summary
The NHL playoff picture is almost set, and stars like Daniel Alfredsson and Teemu Selanne could be entering their final playoffs. Both stars have had amazing careers to date, and this could be their last time in the postseason. Selanne's...Show More Summary
Leadership is very important in professional sports, and especially in the NHL. Teemu Selanne, for example, is a respected veteran locker room leader. Captains are often looked at as the team's leader on the ice, but having good locker room guys is very important, and it was evident with the Chicago Blackhawks. Show More Summary
The NHL may be a young man's game, but that doesn't mean old dogs like Jaromir Jagr and Teemu Selanne don't have any fight left in them. The league is littered with players fighting against Father Time and winning—training methods become...Show More Summary
When Lindy Ruff was hired as Sabres coach in the summer of 1997, Nail Yakupov was three years old, Mario Lemieux was the reigning Art Ross winner, and Teemu Selanne was already a veteran. Now, in the middle of his 15th season, Ruff has been fired. More »
In honor of Teemu Selanne’s continued excellence, let’s hear it for old tyme hockey!
Since joining the Anaheim Ducks in 2009, Saku Koivu has become the first viable second line center behind Ryan Getzlaf since Andy McDonald. Koivu was a particularly good fit alongside Teemu Selanne, because of their experience together during the Olympics. Show More Summary
Regardless of whether or not hockey is actually going to be played this year, the Anaheim Ducks are set to lose their entire second line by the end of this season and, with it, future hall of fame right wing Teemu Selanne. Since hisShow More Summary
With the November 30th deadline to cut more games looming, fans are waiting for some resolution to the lockout that has wiped out over 300 games (Herald Sun). A worst-case scenario would be that the owners vote to cancel the entire 2012-13 season if the two sides are not close to a deal by the 30th. Show More Summary
Replacing a future Hall of Fame player like Teemu Selanne is virtually impossible, both in terms of his character and his offensive contribution. Even into his 40s, Selanne is putting up 60-point seasons and leading a team that includes players half his age. Show More Summary
With a collective bargaining agreement nowhere in sight and the likelihood of the entire NHL season being cancelled growing daily, Anaheim Ducks fans are beginning to question whether or not Teemu Selanne would play another season if he doesn't make it onto the ice in this calendar year. Show More Summary
Teemu Selänne has been an NHL player for 20 years, but he's also been writing an occasional blog post for MTV3 (!) in Finland (!!) since July 2010. The Finnish Flash's blog had been quiet since late May, but today Selänne weighed in with some thoughts on the NHL lockout. A sample, after someone on Reddit had run his prose through Google translate: More »
Teemu Selanne is already 42 years old, yet he is set to play one more year in the NHL with the Anaheim Ducks. After several years of contemplating retirement, Selanne has come to the same decision he's been coming to since the close of the Ducks' Stanley Cup winning season of 2006-2007. Show More Summary
Finnish Flash Teemu Selanne could be playing in Finland next season with looming lockout -NHL Update There is no doubt in the fact that the Finnish Flash, Teemu Selanne, is ready to play another season in the National Hockey League (NHL),...Show More Summary