The Winnipeg Jets gave Teemu Selanne his first opportunity to showcase his talents at the highest possible level, and the right winger rewarded the city and franchise with some amazing performances in his three and a half seasons there, including breaking Mike Bossy’s rookie goal-scoring record in his Calder Memorial Trophy-winning season of 1992-93. So when Selanne returned to Winnipeg in his final NHL season on 10/6/13, he was a received with a welcome fit for a king. A sellout crowd of 15,004 gave him a standing ovation as he stood on the Anaheim blue line before the game, as the image here emotionally shows. The crowd repeated the sign of respect as the night came to a conclusion. Manitoba’s capital gave Selanne the parting appearance he deserved in his original NHL city. Selanne has signed this Standing Ovation 16” x 20” image in silver paint pen. His signature and inscription are deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five Step Process.