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Winnipeg Jets Announce Teemu Selanne and Teppo Numminen as 2022-23 Hall of Fame Inductees

Finnish pair are set to be inducted.

The Winnipeg Jets announced today that Teemu Selanne and Teppo Numinnen will be inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame prior to the November 17th game versus the Anaheim Ducks. The two players, both from Finland, will be the ninth and tenth inductees into the team’s Hall of Fame.

Both players, tremendously popular during their respective stints in Winnipeg, were key members of Jets teams during the 1.0 incarnation of the franchise, culminating in Selanne’s 76-goal rookie season, an NHL record that stands to this day.

Selanne eclipses Bossys record

In addition to the Hall of Fame induction, the Jets will host a Gala Dinner on November 15th where both players will be celebrated.

The Jets and Moose are back on the ice on Tuesday for another day of training camp.

We will have it covered on https://illegalcurve.com/

Before we get started be sure you're all caught up.

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Jeff Marek and Elliotte Friedman gave their thoughts about the Dale Hawerchuk statue and what it means to Winnipeg on the latest episode of the 32 Thoughts Podcast.

https://illegalcurve.com/32-thoughts-podcast-discussing-the-winnipeg-jets-dale-hawerchuk-statue/

Hear from 2/3 of the Lunch Pail Line (Cole Maier & Evan Polei) as well as from Ben Hawerchuk following day 1 of Moose training camp.

https://illegalcurve.com/manitoba-moose-training-camp-day-1/

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