Teemu Selanne is listed at 40 years and nine months of age. So far this series, he has looked every bit 10 years younger. His two goals 30 seconds apart Sunday tied the score 2-2 in the second period. Although the Predators still won the game, they still were scratching their heads afterward as to how to stop the player nicknamed the "Finnish Flash." "Selanne is dangerous any time he's out there. Is he 40 years? I don't know how old he is," captain Shea Weber said. "He's still good, he's still one of the best scorers in the league and he knows how to find the back of the net." Selanne has four goals through three games of this series, which the Predators lead 2-1. For his career he has 50 points in 42 regular-season games against the Predators. "I think he's the fastest guy out there," Predators forward Mike Fisher said. "He's all over the place." After the game, to say Selanne was feisty would be an understatement. "We had no business in this game — no business," he said. "They wanted it more; they won the battles. We were lucky to even be in the game."
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