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Teemu Selanne


Nicknamed “The Finnish Flash,” Teemu Selanne is a professional ice hockey right winger and is currently playing for the Anaheim Ducks, a team with which he won a Stanley Cup in 2007. In 2008, Teemu held the Ducks’ record for career hat tricks and power-play goals. He is the all-time points leader in men’s Olympic ice hockey with 38 points in 31 games. On March 21, 2010, Selanne scored his 600th career NHL goal against the Colorado Avalanche on goalie Craig Anderson putting him 1 goal behind Jari Kurri’s Finnish record of 601. He is the 18th NHL player in history to do so. He is an avid golfer and car c...

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  • O With the Save! Anaheim Ducks Hockey Star Francois Beauchemin’s Eye Saved By Oakley Hockey Visor


    Posted almost 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    The heart and soul of the Oakley brand: Its athletes. The performance and safety of the Oakley family are the reason for the company’s unmatched, patented technologies in eyewear and gear. Exhibit O: NHL Star Francois Beauchemin of the Anaheim Ducks. During a recent match against the San Jose Sharks, Defenseman Dan Boyle’s third-period shot beamed straight at Fracois’ face, hitting him right above the eye at close to 90 mph. But there was one thing standing between his face and the ultra-dangerous puck. His Oakley Hockey visor.

  • Showered With Honors: NHL Star Corey Perry Leads Fellow Oakley Hockey Athletes at League’s Award Show in Vegas


    Posted about 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    It’s no secret. Oakley Hockey Athletes dominate the ice. It’s not all that hard, of course…being that a whole host of the NHL’s top hockey players are Oakley-equipped smashers rocking their high-tech O visors whenever they suit up for battle. So it was only fitting that some of O’s best scooped up top honors at the NHL Awards Show in Las Vegas – lead by the Anaheim Ducks’ Corey Perry, who grabbed the coveted Hart Trophy as the League’s Most Valuable Player to his team. He also claimed the Maurice Richard Award for most goals during the season. Fellow Oakley athletes Daniel Sedin (Ted Lindsay Award), Ryan Kesler (Frank J. Selke Trophy) and Nicklas Lidstrom (James Norris Memorial Trophy) all took home honors of their own.

  • Armed for Battle: Stanley Cup Final Rages On as Canucks and Bruins Rock Oakley Visors


    Posted about 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    The action is hitting an insane intensity level. With biting incidents, extra rough fouls, bad blood and some truly World-Class play, the NHL Stanley Cup Finals are raging on. After the Vancouver Canucks powered out of the gates to a 2-0 series lead with commanding victories, Boston’s strong 8-1 victory in game three has momentum shifting for a truly competitive series. Despite bitter rivals clashing head-to-head, the Vancouver Canucks and Boston Bruins have one thing in common. Both sides are packed with Oakley-equipped warriors.

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