Anaheim Ducks right-winger Teemu Selanne is coming back for a 21st NHL season, announcing his return Friday with a YouTube video.

Selanne, 43, scored 31 goals and 80 points two seasons ago but his offensive production has tailed off since, to 26 goals and 66 points in the 2011-12 season to 12 goals and 24 points in 46 games a year ago during the lockout-shortened campaign.

Two weeks before the Ducks open training camp, Selanne confirmed he'll join them, but for the first time, he insisted he's finally finished with hockey after this year.

"I'm coming back," Selanne says. "Yeah, but this is it. This is my final one."

The six-foot, 200-pound Finnish Flash has spent 14 of his 20 NHL seasons with the Ducks, helping them win the Stanley Cup in 2007.

Since then, he has taken much of every off-season pondering his hockey future, only to return each year.

"He clearly still has passion for the game and can't wait to get started," Anaheim general manager Bob Murray said. "We are so pleased that Teemu will end his career where he belongs."

Selanne's announcement video shows him struggling at golf, eventually throwing his bag into a lake in frustration. When he realizes his phone is in the bag, he jumps into the lake to retrieve it before calling Murray.

"I'm coming back," Selanne says. "Yeah, but this is it. This is my final one."

Selanne took a pay cut from last season's $4.5 million US salary for his final return to the Ducks, who committed $135 million to cornerstone forwards Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry in eight-year contract extensions last season. Anaheim then traded goal-scoring forward Bobby Ryan to Ottawa.

Selanne is the 15th-leading scorer in NHL history with 1,430 points on 675 goals and 755 assists. Fellow right-winger Jaromir Jagr, 41, of the New Jersey Devils is the top active scoring leader, sitting eighth with 1,688 points (681 goals, 1007 assists).

With 675 goals, Selanne is six behind for 10th place in NHL history. With strong seasons, both veterans could catch Mark Messier (694), Steve Yzerman (692) or Mario Lemieux (690) on the career goals list.

Anaheim finished second in the Western Conference last season, posting a 30-12-6 record for 66 points, 11 behind the eventual Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks.

With files from The Associated Press