|Fantasy Points by Week. Note: Points are rounded down.|
|Last 10 Games|
|Panthers' Clemmensen Sent To AHL San Antonio |
|(4/12/14) Scott Clemmensen was sent back to AHL San Antonio on Saturday, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.|
|Panthers Bring Back Clemmensen |
|(4/10/14) Scott Clemmensen was recalled from AHL San Antonio on Thursday, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.|
|Panthers' Clemmensen Sent To AHL |
|(4/5/14) Scott Clemmensen was reassigned to AHL San Antonio on Saturday, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.|
|Panthers' Clemmensen Gives Up Four In Loss |
|(4/1/14) Scott Clemmensen gave up four goals on 40 shots in Tuesday night's 4-2 loss to the Islanders.|
|Panthers Will Start Clemmensen On Sunday |
|(4/1/14) Scott Clemmensen will be in the net Tuesday against the Islanders, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.|
Panthers' Clemmensen Sent To AHL San Antonio
Clemmensen was sent back to AHL San Antonio on Saturday, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.With Clemmensen headed back to San Antonio, that leaves Dan Ellis as the backup goaltender behind Roberto Luongo. Clemmensen will be a borderline NHL goaltender for the Panthers again next season, though Luongo is locked in to the starting spot in Florida.
Panthers Bring Back Clemmensen
Clemmensen was recalled from AHL San Antonio on Thursday, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.He'll be on hand to serve as Roberto Luongo's backup for Thursday's game against Toronto, as typical No. 2 goalie Dan Ellis is unavailable with an illness.
Panthers' Clemmensen Sent To AHL
Clemmensen was reassigned to AHL San Antonio on Saturday, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.Roberto Luongo returned from a concussion Friday, making Clemmensen expendable. While the 36-year-old has been better than last year, his numbers are still just mediocre (3.08 GAA, .896 save percentage) and it seems likely the Panthers will move on after this season.
Panthers' Clemmensen Gives Up Four In Loss
Clemmensen gave up four goals on 40 shots in Tuesday night's 4-2 loss to the Islanders.This may have very well been Clemmensen's last game for the Panthers as Roberto Luongo is expected to be back with the team in the next few days. Barring any more injuries down the final stretch, Clemmensen will finish his campaign with a .896 save percentage and 3.09 goals-against average in 17 games played.
Bailey has goal, assist as Isles top Panthers 4-2
UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) The New York Islanders were even with the Florida Panthers in the first period, and coach Jack Capuano liked nothing about it.
|Scott Clemmensen, at 36, will provide a veteran presence between the pipes in Sunrise this season, and may even begin the year as a starter, but the team is certainly not hoping to rely on him to lead them to the playoffs. The Panthers ultimately want the much younger Jacob Markstrom to take control of the job, but Clemmensen should get a good amount of starts even if that happens. In 19 games with the Panthers last season, Clemmensen's numbers were not exactly stellar. His .874 save-percentage and 3.67 GAA led to a 3-7-2 record, and if he can't improve dramatically on those, he doesn't have much fantasy value. (Updated 8/12/13) |