Teemu Selanne has made his decision, and he’s opted for hockey over golf.
The future Hall of Famer “announced” he’d be returning for another season Friday, and he did so in probably the best way possible. Selanne did so with help of the Ducks in a video showcasing the fact that he’s just not quite ready to work on his struggling golf game.
The 43-year-old will be returning for one more final season in the NHL, according to the video. Selanne, who has scored 675 career goals, scored 12 goals and added 12 assists in 46 games this past season with Anaheim. He averaged 15:42 of ice time per game, the lowest mark of his career.
See the video below.