Selanne's 37th point tops Games mark
There is no better scorer in Olympic hockey history than Teemu Selanne.
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With a secondary assist on Kimmo Timonen's second power-play goal against Germany on Friday night, Selanne notched his 37th career Olympic point to become the all-time leader.
The Finn tied Canada's Harry Watson, Russia's Valeri Kharlamov and Czechoslovakia's Vlastimil Bubnik in Finland's 5-1 win over Belarus on Wednesday.
Selanne is competing in his fifth Olympic games for his homeland.
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