Finding even the smallest opening spots on the ice was something Teemu Selanne did as well as anyone in NHL history. He put himself in position to score goals as an elite right wing to the tune of 684 career goals. He found the back of the net for the 600th time in his career in a win over the Avalanche on 3/21/10. He became just the 18th member of the 600-goal club, all of whom are in the Hall of Fame that are eligible for induction. Selanne’s goal in a Ducks uniform came on the power play as he scored 34 seconds into the second period. It was fitting seeing that Selanne was so good with a man advantage in his career. He finished his stellar career with 255 power-play goals, good for third on the all-time list. He trails only legendary skaters Dave Andreychuk and Brett Hull. The thought of a Selanne slap shot sailing toward the goal brought fear into many a goaltender. This piece gives that feeling frozen in time as an official Anaheim Ducks puck is physically breaking through the Plexiglas in this 3-D frame piece. Selanne has signed this limited edition (25) Ducks Slap Shot Breaking Through 24” x 16” image in silver paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five Step Process.