You won't find many games where the third star brings down the house. The MTS Centre faithful were plenty pleased with their Winnipeg Jets in a 5-3 victory Saturday night over the Anaheim Ducks, but they had the best of both worlds when Ducks right-winger Teemu Selanne, the former Jets superstar, collected two assists and got a standing ovation for his post-game selection. After the final horn, Selanne also tossed a couple of sticks over the glass and into the seats. "It was awesome," said Ducks winger Corey Perry, last season's Hart Trophy winner. "He's a class-act guy and I think they did it right tonight. "They cheered every time he had the puck and they booed everybody else on our team. That's a special night for him."
Crowd makes Selanne first star despite Ducks' loss
Winnipeg Free Press | Dec 18