SCOTT MELLANBY / FLORIDA PANTHERS 1996 NHL Starting Lineup Action Figure & Exclusive Collector Skybox Trading Card
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SCOTT MELLANBY / FLORIDA PANTHERS 1996 NHL Starting Lineup Action Figure & Exclusive Collector Skybox Trading Card. Displayed figure stands approximately 4 inches. Ages 4 and up. From Kenner. Scott Edgar Mellanby (born June 11, 1966) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player. He primarily played right wing throughout his career, on occasion shifting over to the left side. He is the son of former Hockey Night in Canada producer Ralph Mellanby. He is currently the assistant coach of the St. Louis Blues. Scott Mellanby was selected 27th overall by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft. After being drafted, Mellanby went to the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he played for two seasons. After his second season in the WCHA was finished, he promptly played his first two NHL games. Mellanby was left unprotected by the Edmonton Oilers in the 1993 NHL Expansion Draft, allowing him to be claimed by the new Florida Panthers. This was the team where Mellanby would have his best years. In fact he became a fan favorite in Florida when he killed a rat with his hockey stick in the team dressing room, spawning the "rat trick" craze, where fans would litter the ice with thousands of plastic rats after each Panthers goal. It was brought to the hockey world's attention during the Panthers' run to the final in 1996. He also scored the Panthers' first ever goal in franchise history on October 9, 1993.
SCOTT MELLANBY / FLORIDA PANTHERS 1996 NHL Starting Lineup Action Figure & Exclusive Collector Skybox Trading Card Displayed figure stands approximately 4 inches. Originally released in 1996 - Retired / Out of production Ages 4 and up From Kenner