On Wednesday, the Ducks announced that veteran forward Teemu Selanne would be out for two weeks due to injuries from a Luke Schenn high stick during a 3-2 win over Philly last night. Selanne, 43, took the high stick during his first shift of the third period, and didn’t return to the game. The Ducks said Selanne required 40 stitches to fix his mouth and lost “several” teeth in the process. He’s been sent home from the club’s season-long road trip and back to Anaheim, where he’ll undergo oral surgery. This means Selanne, who is in the final year of his illustrious career, will miss farewell tour stops in Boston, Buffalo and at Madison Square Garden.
Selanne needs surgery, out two weeks after Schenn high stick
Pro Hockey Talk | Oct 30