“When it was 4-1 I was thinking, `What’s going on? There’s no intensity, no passion, none whatsoever,” Selanne said. “But it takes 20 guys getting frustrated to get their work boots on and start working. We started battling and the momentum totally changed for us. “Hopefully this is a turning point for us. I almost forgot how good it feels to win a game.” Penner made it 4-3 at 5:11 of the third off a rebound before Pronger tied the game on a disputed goal from the top of the left circle. Television replays showed the Ducks had used a hand pass to move the puck from the crease to Ryan Getzlaf on the wing before he moved the puck to Pronger, but the play was not reviewable. Three of Phoenix’s four goals and a near miss by Anaheim had been reviewed earlier in the game. Anaheim opened a 1-0 lead 3:33 into the game when Selanne scored on a rebound. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! GLENDALE, Ariz. – Teemu Selanne scored his second goal on a power play with 3:07 left in overtime, and the Anaheim Ducks rallied from a three-goal deficit to beat the Phoenix Coyotes 5-4 on Thursday night. Chris Pronger also scored twice and Dustin Penner added a goal for the Ducks, who beat Phoenix for the fifth time in six games this season and snapped a three-game skid overall. Mathias Tjarnqvist, Keith Ballard, Owen Nolan and Oleg Saprykin scored for Phoenix, which has lost three straight. Selanne, who scored the game’s first goal, beat Curtis Joseph with a shot from the left edge of the crease into the top right side of the net for his 526th career goal. Selanne, who also had an assist, moved past New York Islanders great Bryan Trottier into sole possession of 27th place on the career goals list. Pronger started the Ducks’ rally from a 4-1 deficit with a power-play goal with 4.4 seconds left in the second period, beating Joseph on a blast from top of the left faceoff circle. “We need to get on a little bit of a roll, get some wins under our belt and get some confidence back,” Pronger said.