1988 Selänne won the Junior World Championship silver and rose to the group playing in the Jokers 1st Division for the first time.

Photo: Kimmo Räisänen

Joensuu's Kiekko-Boys goalkeeper Juha Jääskeläinen rejects the penalty shot by Jokerien Teemu Selänte. The year is 1988 and the series I division.

Photo: Jaakko Avikainen

Teemu Selänne and the Jokers rose to the Finnish Championships in 1989–1990. The promising season ended with the rupture of the tibia and fibula.

Photo: Pentti Nissinen

The Jokerit star shared autographs in October 1989.

Photo: IS / Erkki Raskinen

Selänne (third from right) played for the first time in the men's World Championships in 1991. Finland was fifth. In the foreground are Raimo Summanen (25) and Teppo Numminen (2). Behind Pekka Tirkkonen and Jari Kurri.

Photo: Ari-Veikko Peltonen

The Jokers knocked out Jyp-HT in the 1992 finals and the Jokers' first Championship gold after 1973 was confirmed. Timo Norppa (left), Pekka Järvelä (2nd right) and Ari Salo (right) celebrate with Selänte.

Photo: Kimmo Mäntylä / Lehtikuva

The Jokerit won the Finnish championship in 1991–1992. Your back supports the Canadian cup.

Photo: Juha Kärkkäinen / Lehtikuva

The 1991–1992 season ended with the Joker Championship and the Selänne paint kingdom. Soon a trip took place to North America, where the car hobby got new rounds.

Photo: Pentti Nissinen.

The magical entry season ended with a newcomer score record and goal kingdom with 76 hits.

Photo: Markku Ulander / Lehtikuva

During the closing season 1994–1995, Selänne played in the Jokers.

Photo: Pentti Nissinen

Teemu Selänne and Sirpa Vuorinen leaving for Canada in 1995.

Photo: Ari-Veikko Peltonen

1996 Canada drops Finland's World Cup gold in the semi-finals.

Photo: Ilkka Ranta / Lehtikuva

Your back also managed to play golf at the 1996 World Championships. The upcoming radar pair Paul Kariya was chosen as the best striker at the Games.

Photo: Ilkka Ranta / Lehtikuva

The World Cup of Hockey, formerly known as the Canada Cup, was played for the first time in 1996. Your back was involved in Karkel and Finland Fifth.

Photo: Juha Kärkkäinen / Lehtikuva

In the fall of 1996, the Selänte family left Winnipeg. Selänte’s new employer was the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, which appeared on the NHL map three years earlier. Also pictured is Eemil Selänne.

Photo: Juha Kärkkäinen / Lehtikuva

Teemu Selänne played in his bachelorette party in the summer of 1996 for a minute in a FinnPan shirt against FC Jazz. The match had not officially started, so the Veikkausliiga match did not come to the belt. In the foreground Jazz Rodrigo Martin Vaz.

Photo: Juha Tamminen

Teemu and Sirpa Selänne were ordained in the Old Church of Helsinki on July 19, 1996.

Photo: Juha Kärkkäinen / Lehtikuva

Your back is an avid car and rally man. In Jyväskylä's Suurajoki 1998 Selänne was 24th.

Photo: Kimmo Mäntylä / Lehtikuva

The 1998 Nagano Olympics ended with the Finnish bronze festival. Due to groin pain, Selänne did not play in the bronze match.

Photo: Tor Wennström / Lehtikuva

Charity has also been close to the heart of Selänte. In this Selänne Jere Lehtinen's Jere's Stars shirt against Espoo Blues. The match raised money for the children’s ward at Jorvi Hospital. The year 1999.

Photo: Jukka Ritola / Lehtikuva

Lillehammer's silver 1999 was the first medal for Selänte at the men's World Championship level.

Photo: Markku Ulander / Lehtikuva

From charity nests in the tango market in 1999.

Photo: Soile Kallio

The puck star has been a familiar sight in the Bermuda Jug tennis tournament. In the picture taken in 2000, Jari Kurri on the right.

Photo: Jussi Nukari / Lehtikuva

In San Jose Sharks, Selänne played just over two seasons from 2001–2003.

Photo: Jose Carlos Fajardo / Zuma

At the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics, Finland was sixth. First field from left to right: Sami Kapanen, Teemu Selänne, Janne Niinimaa, Teppo Numminen and Jere Lehtinen.

Photo: Timo Toivanen / Lehtikuva

Your back returned to Paul Kariya in the 2003-2004 season in a Colorado shirt. Neither met expectations and Avalanche dropped out of the playoffs in the second round.

Photo: Tor Wennström / Lehtikuva

The 2003 World Cup will be commemorated by the melting of the Finnish semi-finals against Sweden. The western neighbor came from behind by four goals and passed.

Photo: Martti Kainulainen / Lehtikuva

During the closing season of 2004, again in the Jokers shirt.

Photo: Heikki Saukkomaa / Lehtikuva

Finland lost to Canada in the World Cup final in 2004. Listening to the instructions of head coach Raimo Summanen, Jere Lehtinen, Teppo Numminen, Ville Peltonen, Olli Jokinen and Teemu Selänne.

Photo: Tor Wennström / Lehtikuva

The Finnish Flash All Stars compiled by Selänte encountered the Lightning of Kirkkonummi in the summer of 2005.

Photo: Martti Kainulainen / Lehtikuva

Your back on the way to practice at the 2006 Turin Olympics.

Photo: Kalle Parkkinen / Lehtikuva

Olympic silver around the neck in Turin in 2006. From left to right Kimmo Timonen, Teppo Numminen, Saku Koivu and Selänne.

Photo: Markku Ulander / Lehtikuva

Career crown, Stanley Cup victory in spring 2007.

Photo: Mike Blake

Your back also brought you to Helsinki. Victory party at Rautatientori in August 2007.

Photo: Jenniina Nummela / HS

Casual helmet in the rehearsals of the 2008 World Cup.

Photo: Martti Kainulainen / Lehtikuva

Finland knocked out the Swedish World Championships in bronze in 2008. The Canadian World Cup was Selänte's last.

Photo: Heidi Piiroinen / HS

The family on both sides of the back plexus was immortalized in the Finland-Germany match in May 2010. From left to right, Leevi, Veera, Eetu and Sirpa.

Photo: Martti Kainulainen / Lehtikuva

Finland took bronzes in front of Slovakia 's nose at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.

Photo: Martti Kainulainen / Lehtikuva

Teemu Selänne weighed his career in November 2013 in Anaheim.

Photo: Miikka Pirinen

Your back was chosen as the most valuable player at the 2014 Sochi Olympics.

Photo: Antti Hämäläinen

Selänne's dear mother Liisa slept away in May 2018. At this Liisa Selänne Selänne book launch event in 2014.

Photo: Leena Koskela

The Hockey Association froze Selänne's jersey on December 30, 2015

Photo: Vesa Koivunen

Teemu Selänne, Hockey Lion number 232, was ennobled in 2015.

Photo: Antti Aimo-Koivisto / Lehtikuva

Sirpa and Teemu Selänne have supported each other and the sponsors of the Children's Clinics since the beginning.

Photo: Lassi Rinne

Selelt participated for the third time in the celebration of Independence Day at the Presidential Palace in 2017.

Photo: Roni Rekomaa / Lehtikuva

Winnipeg's Finnish quintet in the alumni match 2018: Vellu Ketola, Selänne, Patrik Laine, Sami Niku and Teppo Numminen.

Photo: Juha Sinisalo

Teemu Selänne has won the Bermuda Jug tennis tournament 11 times, most recently in 2016.

Photo: Onni Ojala / Lehtikuva

Your back dropped the puck when former club Winnipeg Jets and Florida Panthers visited Helsinki in November 2018. At the start, Patrik Laine (left) and Aleksander Barkov faced each other.

Photo: Martti Kainulainen / Lehtikuva

Selänne was elected to the Finnish Sports Hall of Fame in 2019. He also received the Finnish Sports Ambassador Award.

Photo: Jussi Nukari / Lehtikuva

Back kiss at the Castle party 2019.

Photo: Jussi Helttunen