1998 NHL All-Star Game:
You already knew he was going to appear on this list.
There is no other person ingrained in the DNA of the Anaheim Ducks than Teemu Selanne.
Along with Wayne Gretzky, he helped transcend hockey in California.
In his second full season with the Anaheim Ducks he scored 52 goals, the most he scored since his 76-goal campaign in 1993 wth Winnipeg.
This caught the attention of the league, prompting him to make 5th All-Star appearance at the time.
He wound up netting a hat trick in an 8-7 loss to Team North America.
He was named the MVP, becoming the first European player to be given this honor.