HARTFORD, CT – Hartford Wolf Pack head coach Keith McCambridge continues to put together his team for next season, announcing the signing of veteran forward Eric Selleck to a contract on Friday.
Selleck will be entering his eighth year in the AHL. In his career, he has appeared in 438 games in the AHL with Tucson Roadrunners, Springfield Falcons, Rochester Americans, San Antonio Rampage, Chicago Wolves and the Portland Pirates. Selleck has scored a total of 107 points throughout his AHL career with 44 goals and 63 assists. In addition, he has played in three games in National Hockey League appearing in two for the Florida Panthers during the 2012-13 year and the Arizona Coyotes during the 2015-16 campaign.
Selleck’s size could be helpful for the Wolf Pack. The 6-foot-3, 219-pound forward hails from Spencerville, Ontario.
Prior to breaking into the pro ranks, Selleck played two years at SNYU-Oswego scoring 34 goals and receiving 46 assists for 80 points. Before playing for SNYU-Oswego, Selleck played for the Pembroke Lumber Kings for three years from 2005-08.
The Wolf Pack, and their NHL affiliate the New York Rangers, have been busy during this offseason, announcing the signings of Paul Carey, Cole Schneider, along with Dan DeSalvo.
The Wolf Pack will open their 21st campaign when the Charlotte Checkers visit the XL Center for the home opener on Friday, October 6 with the drop of the puck at 7:15 pm.