|Born:||Feb. 7, 1976||Draft:||Undrafted|
|Hometown:||Thompson, MB, CAN||Position:||LW|
|Known For:||Enforcer role||Shoots/Catches:||Left|
Jody Shelley (born February 7, 1976) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey left winger. During his National Hockey League (NHL) 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.
Jody Shelley Statistics
- Shanahan Made Right Call With 10 Game Suspension To Shelley
- Will Jody Shelley Become the Odd Man Out in Philadelphia?
- NHL Reaches New Levels of Absurdity with Lombardi, Glencross Fines
- Columbus Blue Jackets- Team Consultant 2013-2014
- AHL Most Penalized Player (357) 2000-2001
- NHL Most Penalized Player (249) 2002-2003