The Hartford Wolf Pack have traded minor league forward Eric Selleck to the Belleville Senators in exchange for future considerations, bringing in the veteran for their remaining games. Sellack is signed to an AHL contract, meaning he wasn’t taking up a contract spot for the New York Rangers this season.
The 30-year old signed his first NHL contract in 2010 when the Florida Panthers inked him to a two-year entry-level deal, and he made his NHL debut during the 2012-13 season. With three NHL games under his belt, Selleck has just three points in 32 contests this year and won’t be relied upon for any offense during the Senators’ stretch run.
I always find it very strange when a player belongs to a minor league team without belonging to the major league team. The NBA has this as well.