Teemu Selanne continued to rack up honors after he and his Finnish teammates won bronze medals at the Sochi Olympic hockey tournament.

Selanne, who scored two goals Saturday to lead Finland past the U.S., 5-0, in the semifinals and earn his fourth Olympic medal in his sixth and final Games, was voted the most valuable player of the tournament. He also was voted to the all-star team by the media.

The Ducks right wing, 43, had four goals and six points in six games to increase his career Olympic scoring record to 43 points.