Teemu Selanne is the highest scoring Finn in NHL history, and one of the highest overall; he retired in 2014 11th all-time with 684 goals and 15th with 1,457 points. He holds numerous team scoring records for both the Winnipeg/Arizona franchise and the Anaheim Ducks. His jersey number 8 was retired by the Ducks in 2015. In 2017 Selanne was named one of the '100 Greatest NHL Players' in history. On June 26, 2017, Selanne was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame as the second Finn after Jari Kurri.
Selanne was a first round selection of the Jets, tenth overall, at the 1988 NHL Entry Draft, but initially remained in Finland. He led the SM-liiga in scoring as part of Jokerit's Kanada-malja winning team in 1991-92 before moving to North America. He broke into the NHL by scoring 76 goals in 1992-93. It remains the league record for most goals by a rookie and earned him the Calder Memorial Trophy as the top first-year player in the NHL. He has scored 50 goals in a season three times and topped 100 points on four occasions. He played in 10 NHL All-Star Games, was named to four post-season All-Star Teams and won the inaugural Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy in 1998-99 as the league's leading goal scorer. He was named recipient of the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy in 2005-06 for perseverance and dedication to the game and was a member of the Ducks' 2007 Stanley Cup championship team.
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