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Ducks veteran Selanne to miss four to six weeks with broken left hand

ANAHEIM, Calif. - The Anaheim Ducks will be without veteran forward Teemu Selanne for up to six weeks.

Selanne, who broke a bone in his left hand in the second period of Thursday's 3-1 loss in Dallas, had surgery Friday afternoon by Dr. Steve Shin at the Kerlan-Jobe Surgery Center in Los Angeles.

The Finnish winger - expected to miss 4-6 weeks - has 14 goal and seven assists 27 games this season.

Selanne is in his 17th NHL season. He has 593 goals and 640 assists in 1159 career games.



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