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Ducks' Teemu Selanne makes NHL history

 Ducks right wing Teemu Selanne is the first player in NHL history to score four game-tying goals in the last three minutes of regulation in one season.

Selanne, 40, has scored all four of the tying goals over the last 18 games, including in each of the Ducks' last two contests. Anaheim won all four games in overtime.

Below is a tally:

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Elias Sports Bureau contributed to this report.

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