WINNIPEG, Manitoba - The Winnipeg Jets sent high-scoring forward Teemu Selanne to the Anaheim Mighty Ducks today for defenseman Oleg Tverdovsky and center Chad Kilger.
After hearing of the deal, which also included an exchange of draft choices and signing rights, Selanne stormed out of practice and ripped off the nameplate from above his locker. He left Winnipeg Arena without talking to reporters.
Anaheim also gets Winnipeg's fourth-round pick this year and the rights to center Marc Chouinard, the Jets' second-round draft pick in 1995. Chouinard plays for Beauport of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.
Winnipeg gets Anaheim's third-round pick in 1996.
Selanne, 25, leads Winnipeg in scoring with 24 goals and 48 assists. Tverdovsky, 19, has seven goals and 15 assists. Kilger, 19, has five goals and seven assists. Other games
At Pittsburgh 6, Boston 5 - Jaromir Jagr scored his 42nd goal and 100th point in a wild, four-goal third period that carried the Penguins past the Bruins.
At Detroit 4, Florida 2 - The Red Wings won the battle of division leaders as Steve Yzerman and Vyacheslav Kozlov each scored twice.
N.Y. Rangers 4, at N.Y. Islanders 2 - Glenn Healy made 23 saves and Pat Verbeek scored a key goal to lift the Rangers.
Dallas 5, at St. Louis 2 - Greg Adams and rookie Grant Marshall each scored twice to help the Stars snap a four-game winless streak.
At Calgary 3, Ottawa 1 - The Flames scored two power-play goals in the second on deflections of shots by James Patrick to beat the Senators.
Chicago 5, at L.A. Kings 2 - Defenseman Igor Ulanov scored his first goal in 39 games with the Blackhawks and added two assists as Chicago stretched its unbeaten streak to eight.
-- The Ottawa Senators need to raise $20 million (Canadian) to meet costs through the start of the 1997-98 season, the team's chief financial officer said.