LOS ANGELES -- He remembers his first career postseason goal like yesterday. He remembers his first goal well.
However, that first goal was soon topped not once but twice.
The first time he scored in a postseason game, Teemu Selanne scored a hat trick for the Winnipeg Jets.
"White noise in Winnipeg," he said, laughing.
One of the most prolific scorers in NHL history and one of the greatest guys to play the game is playing his final postseason with the same enthusiasm and intensity that he played his first with, 21 years ago. While he might not be in hat-trick form, from a statistics standpoint, it doesn't look like he's aged a bit.
Through the Ducks' first eight games, Selanne has six points. The Finnish Flash has four points in the last five alone and he scored his second goal of the playoffs Thursday night in the Ducks' 3-2 win over the Kings in Game 3 when he finished off what he called a "brain surgeon pass" from Nick Bonino on the power play...