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Selanne sets another Olympic record in Finland's win over Norway

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After missing most of Finland’s first contest against Austria on Thursday with an injury; the ageless Teemu Selanne returned Friday and was able to make an immediate impact.

Selanne got the scoring started for Finland on Friday, as the Olympics’ all-time leading scorer buried his 21st career Olympic goal. The tally set another record for Selanne, who at 43 years, seven months and 11 days old; became the oldest goal-scorer in Olympic hockey history.

"It makes me feel very old," said Selanne. "I think it’s awesome. It’s fun still for me."

Captain of the Fins, Selanne is playing in his sixth Olympic games, and is playing well so far with two points in two games.

Finland also got goals from Olli Jokinen, Jori Lehtera, Olli Maatta and two from Lauri Korpikoski; easily beating Norway 6-1.

With 14 goals in two games, goalscoring has not been an issue for the Fins. Stopping them however, proved problematic in their first game.

That was not the case against Norway, as goaltender Kari Lehtonen allowed only one goal on 21 shots. Lehtonen also chipped in offensively with two assists.



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