Although he was more known throughout his career as a potent goal-scorer, Teemu Selanne was also a master at finding an open teammate for an easy opportunity to score. In his first career game with the Winnipeg Jets (10/6/92), he notched a pair of assists in a 4-1 win over the Red Wings. He scored a goal in each of his next two games and then exploded for a four-point game (hat trick with one assist) against the Oilers in his fifth career game. He went on to finish his rookie season as the league's leading goal scorer (76) while adding 56 assists for 132 points and the Calder Memorial Trophy as Rookie of the Year. This 8" x 10" image shows Selanne with the puck on his stick, ready to either make his move or find an open teammate. Selanne has signed this Winnipeg Jets souvenir hockey puck in this limited edition (25) Game Time vertical Winnipeg puck display in silver paint pen. The autographed puck rests inside our patented curve display. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five Step Process.