2007-08: Eric Selleck scored 43 goals with 38 assists with 120 PIM in 49 games for the Pembroke of the CJHL. Selleck scored 8 goals with 21 assists and 28 PIM in 14 playoff games for the Lumber Kings.
2008-09: Selleck scored 13 goals with 13 assists and 45 PIM as a freshman for NCAA Division III Oswego (NY) State. The Lakers finished 18-8-1 after falling to Plattsburgh State, 5-4 in OT of the SUNYAC Championship game. Selleck was named SUNYAC Rookie of the Year.
2009-10: Selleck led Oswego State in scoring as a sophomore with 21 goals and 33 assists and had 48 PIM in 28 games. The Lakers won the SUNYAC regular season and conference tournaments and reached the Division III semifinals. Selleck was named to the NCAA Division III East All-America team. Selleck signed a free agent contract with Florida in April.
2010-11: Selleck, a high-scoring forward during his NCAA Division III college days assumed the policeman role for Rochester (AHL) in his first season of pro hockey. Selleck had a team-leading 214 PMs in 67 games for the last-place Amerks. Offensively, he chipped in with 5 goals and 11 assists. His -4 plus/minus was middle-of-the-pack for a Rochester team that gave up the second-most goals in the AHL.
2011-12: Selleck was among the AHL leaders in penalty minutes in his second pro season with Florida affiliate San Antonio. His 204 minutes in 71 games led the Rampage and were fifth-most in the league. Offensively he scored 5 goals with 4 assists and he finished with a minus-ten plus/minus. San Antonio finished third in the West Division and reached the second round in the playoffs. Selleck had no points and 4 penalty minutes in nine playoff games.
Selleck appears to have settled into an enforcer role at the AHL level. While he may possess some offensive skills and skating ability, he has been limited to just a handful of points in his last two AHL seasons while collecting more than 400 penalty minutes.
For now, Selleck looks to be an AHL tough guy who can skate. Given the kind of skilled depth of the Panthers system and the relative ease at which veteran players can be acquired on the free-agent market to fill a similar role, Selleck looks to be relegated to the AHL for the foreseeable future.