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Best Ducks Player Orange County 2010 - Teemu Selanne
Orange County hockey fans can rest easy knowing that despite all rumors to the contrary, this 40-year-old family man from Coto de Caza by way of Finland isn't retiring just yet. That's good news for the Anaheim Ducks because Teemu Selanne is just about the greatest living hockey player anywhere on the planet. Among the top 20 goal scorers all time, he holds the record of all-time highest scorer in Olympic hockey with 37 points. In 2007, when he scored his 300th goal for the Ducks after joining the team just two seasons earlier, he became the biggest point-earner in the history of the franchise. While his speed and grace on the ice earned him the nickname "The Finnish Flash" even before he joined the NHL, Selanne has since earned a reputation for sportsmanship both on and off the rink that seems increasingly hard to come by in a sport in which brawls and cheap-shot checks are all too common. Just don't smash him against the glass, or he'll chase you down and try to slice you in half—with his stick. Just ask Dmitri Mironov.