There will be playoff ramifications — historic ones, no less.

There will be prizes, some lucky fan even driving off with a new car.

There will be Kings and Kings fans, too, the Southland's professional ice hockey cultures clashing in one glorious, vibrant, glutinous evening inside Honda Center.

What else could there possibly be here Friday? Only this:

Perhaps the final regular-season home game of the greatest Duck of them all, the man who one day will formally walk this franchise into the Hall of Fame.

"It feels weird that there's a chance," Teemu Selanne said Thursday. "It's tough to think about it like that. But still, it's reality, you know?"

He began thinking about the possibility Wednesday night, while driving home to Coto de Caza after the Ducks' 6-2 victory over San Jose.

Selanne admitted the memories started flying at him, unexpectedly so. Memories of his 18 NHL seasons, 12 of which have been wrapped in Ducks' colors, from yesterday's eggplant and jade green to today's black and gold.

This guy has been a Mighty Duck and just a regular Duck. He has been traded to the Ducks and from the Ducks. No one in the history of this organization has scored more goals or points, won more fans or lost more teeth.

"I don't know if you'd call it a sniper or a pure goal scorer or what," teammate Bobby Ryan said. "But when he does move on, he's going to be the last of something, that's for sure."

Tonight will be Fan Appreciation Night here. It also likely will be Fans Appreciate Teemu Night, the chants of "One more year!" almost certain to be heard at some point, if not at various points.

Yes, the Finnish Flash could be, finally, the Finishing Flash. Well, maybe.

Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf, sitting next to Selanne after practice, joked about the four sticks he has at home, each one signed with a farewell message from his teammate.

"One for every year Teemu thought he was retiring," Getzlaf said. "I didn't even bother asking him for one this year."

If this is it for Selanne — and he still claims he has no clue — there would be an almost too perfect symmetry to tonight being his final regular-season exit at home.