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Looking at Selanne's storied career
After debuting in the Olympics at Albertville in 1992, Selanne came to North America where he joined the NHL's Winnipeg Jets for the 1992-93 season.
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Looking at Selanne's storied career
In Selanne's first NHL season, he scored 76 goals, shattering Hockey Hall of Famer Mike Bossy's record for goals in a season by a rookie (53). Selanne famously used his stick like a gun to "shoot" his glove from the air seconds after breaking the record.
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Looking at Selanne's storied career
After three-and-a-half seasons with Winnipeg, Selanne joined the Anaheim Mighty Ducks, who are the team his career is most closely associated with.
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Looking at Selanne's storied career
While a Mighty Duck, Selanne participated in the 1998 Nagano Olympics, where he was co-leading scorer in the first Olympic tournament to feature NHL players.
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Looking at Selanne's storied career
In the 1998 Olympics, Selanne left Nagano with his first career Olympic medal, which was a bronze he won at the expense of Wayne Gretzky's Canadian team.
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