Jody Shelley is a Canadian former professional ice hockey left winger. During his National Hockey League career he played for the Columbus Blue Jackets, San Jose Sharks, New York Rangers and the Philadelphia Flyers. He was known as an enforcer and had the most regular season major penalties for fighting since he joined the league; when he retired – on August 9, 2013 – he had 173. Shelley rejoined the Columbus Blue Jackets in August 2013 when he was named a broadcast associate and team ambassador. In May 2014 he became the Blue Jackets television color analyst alongside Jeff Rimer.
About Jody Shelley
NHL winger best known for his penchant for fighting, having set the single-game San Jose Sharks record for penalty minutes with 41. He is considered one of the best players ever to play for the Halifax Mooseheads.
He played for the Halifax Mooseheads in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.
He was honored by the city of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia when they proclaimed July 13, 2013, as Jody Shelley Day.
He has a son named Owen.
He and Dallas Stars player Sean Avery tossed Gatorade at each other during a game in 2008.
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