Jody Shelley is a Canadian winger on the Philadelphia Flyers.
Shelley was undrafted after making a name for himself as an enforcer in the QMJHL, but signed with the Columbus Blue Jackets in 2000, after setting the all time record for penalty minutes with his QMJHL team, as well as setting the single season record for Syracuse of the AHL. In 2002-03, over 68 games, Shelley posted 5 points and 250 penalty minutes. In each of his first 3 full NHL seasons, Shelley hit at least 200 penalty minutes. In 2008, he was traded to San Jose, where he now holds the record for the most penalty minutes in a single game with 41. In 2010, he was traded to New York near the end of the season, and recorded 37 penalty minutes in the last 21 games of the season. He was signed by the Flyers as a UFA during the 2010 offseason to help replace the newly departed Arron Asham and Riley Cote.