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Teemu Selanne: 2009-10 season June 03, 2010

Photo 21 of 49 - Teemu Selanne: 2009-10 season
Teemu Selanne competed in his 17th NHL season (11th with the Ducks) in 2009-10. The Finnish Flash totaled 27 goals (tied for second on Anaheim) and 48 points in 54 games, while also winning a bronze medal with Finland at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. Among the milestones reached by Selanne during the year were his 600th career goal, passing Jari Kurri as the most prolific goal-scorer in league history from Finland and becoming the all-time points leader at the Olympics.

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