March 2, 1993: Winnipeg winger Teemu Selanne scores three goals to set the NHL record for most goals by a rookie with 54. Mike Bossy of the Islanders earned the previous record of 53 in 1977-78. Selanne finishes the season with 76, and it's considered one of the NHL's untouchable records.

But what makes this moment all the more memorable was Selanne's celebration after passing Bossy. He tosses his glove in the air and then uses his stick to gun it down, pump-action style.

Bonus trivia: Tie Domi picks up the primary assist for chipping the puck ahead for Selanne to chase down.

Selanne finishes his career with 684 goals, which ranks 11th on the NHL's all-time, despite a career that spanned three owners' lockouts.

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