Teemu Selanne is a hockey lifer.
The NHL’s longest-tenured player has a career that’s lasted over parts of three different decades. Along the way, he’s won a Stanley Cup, captured two silver medals in the Olympics and scored 675 goals.
So at this point, the question becomes how much left does the 11-time All-Star have in the tank?
After spending some time recently seeing how the other half lives upon retirement, well, it turns out Selanne has plenty. Or at least enough left to play one final season with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks.