NHL player who posted graphic design sticker on wall of NHL arena in Seattle was convicted
A player who used a graphic design piece of artwork to adorn a wall of the Seattle Memorial Auditorium in Seattle last year has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Mark Seidman, 31, who played for the Columbus Blue Jackets and Philadelphia Flyers, used a piece of art titled “Wolves” to adorns the front of a mural on the wall of Memorial Auditoria in downtown Seattle.
The artwork was designed to represent the city’s hockey team.
He used a pencil to carve the words “WOLS” into a wall, and placed a piece on the mural.
Seidman pleaded guilty in February to one count of vandalism, one count each of vandalism and malicious destruction of property, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Seattle.
The sentencing was announced Thursday by U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres.
Seidenberg was sentenced to two years of supervised release after completing 60 days in jail, which includes three days for community service and 30 days for work release, according with the U and U.K. prosecutors.