Mar 2, 2014, 5:18 PM EST
The St. Louis Blues made another trade this weekend, although it’s a mild understatement to say that it isn’t likely to make the same impact as that one you might have heard about on Friday. They made a minor-league swap on Sunday, acquiring Eric Selleck from the Florida Panthers’ system in exchange for Mark Mancari.
Rather than trotting out a bunch of stats about Selleck, these photos of the 26-year-old punching and getting punched should basically do the trick:
Mancari, 28, has 42 NHL games under his belt, scoring 13 points and collecting 22 penalty minutes in that time.
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