ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -Teemu Selanne has signed a tryout agreement with the Anaheim Ducks while negotiations continue on a standard contract for the 10-time All-Star forward.
The Ducks' career scoring leader will join the team for training camp and is expected to be on the ice on Saturday for drills. The 38-year-old free agent's signing has been delayed because the Ducks are $3 million over the $56.7 salary cap.
Selanne and defenseman Scott Niedermayer missed part of last season, with both sitting out to consider retiring before deciding to return. Selanne played in 26 games and had 12 goals and 11 assists.
He has 325 goals and 689 points with Anaheim, and his overall total of 552 goals ranks fourth among active players.
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