Check out this Teemu Selanne art made from 10,000 pieces of Lego

A Finnish man has created a huge Lego board of retired great Teemu Selanne using 10,000 pieces of Lego. It’s a very impressive likeness.

Teemu Selanne may not have a hockey card depicted of himself this year, but a Finnish man had created a large Lego piece of art of the retired NHLer.

Check out this terrific 5-by-8 foot rendition of the Finnish Flash. It’s a sepia tone close-up of Selanne’s face in an Anaheim Ducks jersey after taking a slapshot. The two-dimensional Lego board (see video) was created by 22-year-old artist Timo Ranto and made from 10,000 pieces of Lego over the course of one month.

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That’s about 15 pieces of Lego for every goal Selanne scored during his NHL career. The 44-year-old retired after 2013-14 with 684 goals and 1,457 points in 1,451 games.