The 2009-10 season would see Selanne become the 18th player in NHL history to record 600 goals, which was followed quickly by his 602nd goal on April 2, 2010 to surpass Jari Kurri as the all-time leading Finnish goal scorer.
The 2011-12 season would see Selanne rebound yet again after being limited to 65 and 54 games the previous two seasons with the final 30 goal season of his career with 31 on his way to an 80 point season, his highest total in five years. and the third highest point total ever by a player over the age of 40. He would follow that by playing in all 82 games at the age of 41, becoming the oldest player to appear in every game during a season.
Selanne announced that the 2013-14 season would be his last, but would first play in his sixth Olympics, captaining Finland to a bronze medal before he career would come to a close when the Ducks were eliminated from the Stanley Cup playoffs.
His final NHL point totals were 684 goals and 773 assists for 1,457 points. He scored an additonal 44 goals and 88 playoff points, won the Calder, Richard and Masterton trophies during his career as well as winning a Stanley Cup during his 21 year career.