Found October 30, 2013 on Fox Sports West:
PLAYERS: Teemu Selanne
TEAMS: Anaheim Ducks
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Missing teeth. 40 stitches. That's hockey! On Wednesday, the Anaheim Ducks announced that star Teemu Selanne will return to home to have oral surgery after catching an errant stick in a victory over the Flyers. Selanne, who suffered damage to his upper mouth, is missing several teeth and his wound required 40 stitches. He is expected to return in two weeks. Selanne, who announced in Aug. that this season, his 21st, would be the final of his NHL career, agreed to a one-year deal with 2 million.
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