Huffpost Sports

Teemu Selanne Delays Retirement, Signs With Ducks For One Year (VIDEOS)

Posted: Updated:

After 21 seasons in the National Hockey League, Teemu Selanne will rejoin the Anaheim Ducks for one last hurrah.

The 43-year-old winger announced his decision to forego retirement for another year on Friday, putting rumors of his NHL exit to rest with a playful video posted to YouTube and tweeted by the Ducks' official Twitter account.

SEE VIDEO ABOVE

The upcoming season will celebrate the team's 20th anniversary as a franchise, which seems fitting for Selanne, considering he currently holds the record for games played, goals, assists, and postseason appearances in an Anaheim sweater.

Check out some of the best highlights belonging to the Finnish Flash below.

Also on The Huffington Post

Close
Teemu Selanne Career Highlights
of
Share
Tweet
Advertisement
Share this
close
Current Slide

Suggest a correction

Around the Web

Teemu Selanne back for final season

Teemu Selanne will have place with Ducks next season, says GM

Teemu Selanne to play one more season with Ducks

Teemu Selanne to meet with Ducks' Murray, Boudreau next week

Report: Selanne, Ducks have positive meeting

 
From Our Partners