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40 Scott Clemmensen G
Height/Weight: 6-3/205 | Birthdate: 7/23/1977 | Birthplace: Des Moines, IA, USA | Team: New Jersey Devils | College: Boston College | NHL Experience: 11 | Salary: $1,100,000 | Owned/Started%: 2/0
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10/29/2014

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Devils' Clemmensen Assaulted In Garbage Time

News: Scott Clemmensen played the final 20 minutes in goal during Tuesday's blowout loss to the Penguins, giving up three goals on only 10 shot attempts.
Analysis: Starter Cory Schneider was chased from the game after allowing the final four goals of a raucous second period, forcing Scott Clemmensen into the game. He did little to stop the bleeding, as the Penguins' three consecutive tallies in the third period made it seven unanswered scores for the home team. Clemmensen has made both of his two appearances on the season in relief of Schneider and figures to be one of the league's most lightly-used backups.

10/16/2014

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Panthers' Clemmensen Makes Season Debut

News: Scott Clemmensen made his first appearance of the year in relief of Cory Schneider in Thursday's loss to Washington. He stopped six of seven shots.
Analysis: With Schneider expected to assume much of the workload, Scott Clemmensen should again be one of the least-used backups in the league this year, which is probably a major part of the reason that Keith Kinkaid is serving as AHL Albany's starting goalie rather than Schneider's backup.

10/4/2014

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Devils' Clemmensen Claims Backup Gig

News: Scott Clemmensen appears to have won the backup goalie gig for the Devils, Rich Chere of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Analysis: The 37-year-old Scott Clemmensen surprisingly beat out the much younger Keith Kinkaid for the No. 2 job in camp, but it's probably not much of a boon for the veteran. The Devils expect to lean heavily on Cory Schneider this season -- for perhaps as many as 65 to 70 starts -- meaning ice time will surely be scarce for Clemmensen.

9/28/2014

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Devils' Clemmensen Vying For Backup Job

News: Scott Clemmensen remains in contention for the Devils' backup goalie gig, Rich Chere of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Analysis: The competition for the job is down to Scott Clemmensen and rookie Keith Kinkaid, with both players likely to receive long looks as training camp winds down. Clemmensen, who went 6-7-1 with a 3.09 GAA and .896 save percentage last season with the Devils, will get the starting nod for Sunday's game against the Flyers.

7/1/2014

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Scott Clemmensen

Devils Ink Clemmensen To Two-Way Deal

News: Scott Clemmensen signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Devils on Tuesday, Rich Chere of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Analysis: Scott Clemmensen's career has come full circle now, as he returns to the team that drafted him 215th overall in 1997 and used him sparingly as a backup to Martin Brodeur from 2001 to 2007. The Devils tentatively plan to move on from Martin Brodeur and proceed with youngster Keith Kinkaid as their backup to Cory Schneider, so Clemmensen is likely destined to spend most of the season at AHL Albany. The 36-year-old logged 17 games with the Panthers last season, posting a 3.09 GAA and .896 save percentage. He'll provide a veteran insurance policy in the event Kinkaid flops as the backup.

4/12/2014

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Panthers' Clemmensen Sent To AHL San Antonio

News: Scott Clemmensen was sent back to AHL San Antonio on Saturday, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.
Analysis: With Scott 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.

4/10/2014

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Scott Clemmensen

Panthers Bring Back Clemmensen

News: Scott Clemmensen was recalled from AHL San Antonio on Thursday, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.
Analysis: 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.

4/5/2014

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Panthers' Clemmensen Sent To AHL

News: Scott Clemmensen was reassigned to AHL San Antonio on Saturday, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.
Analysis: Roberto Luongo returned from a concussion Friday, making Scott 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.

4/1/2014

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Panthers' Clemmensen Gives Up Four In Loss

News: Scott Clemmensen gave up four goals on 40 shots in Tuesday night's 4-2 loss to the Islanders.
Analysis: This may have very well been Scott 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.

4/1/2014

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Scott Clemmensen

Panthers Will Start Clemmensen On Sunday

News: Scott Clemmensen will be in the net Tuesday against the Islanders, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.
Analysis: As anticipated, Scott Clemmensen will give Dan Ellis a breather on Tuesday. He'll be opposed in the other crease by the Islanders' Evgeni Nabokov.

4/1/2014

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Panthers In Line To Start Clemmensen On Tuesday

News: Scott Clemmensen is expected to start Tuesday's game against the Islanders, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.
Analysis: Scott Clemmensen figures to get the nod Tuesday for the Panthers, with Dan Ellis having started for the team in Monday's 6-3 loss to New Jersey.

3/29/2014

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Panthers Recall Clemmensen To Backup Ellis

News: Scott Clemmensen has been recalled from AHL San Antonio and will backup Dan Ellis Saturday, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.
Analysis: Scott Clemmensen gets the call up with Roberto Luongo currently day-to-day with an upper-body injury. It is unlikely he will get any starts during this stint in the show.

3/5/2014

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Panthers Reassign Clemmensen

News: Updating a previous report, Scott Clemmensen will in fact be reassigned to AHL San Antonio.
Analysis: After it was initially reported that Tim Thomas had been dealt to the Stars, it looked like Scott Clemmensen would stay with the Panthers as a backup despite being placed on waivers a day earlier. It later emerged that the Panthers acquired fellow goalie Dan Ellis in exchange for Thomas, and it will be Ellis who sticks with the parent club to back up Roberto Luongo. Clemmensen will probably find it difficult to earn his way back to Florida this late in the season.

3/5/2014

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Scott Clemmensen

Clemmensen Clears Waivers, To Stay With Panthers

News: Scott Clemmensen passed through waivers unclaimed but will remain with the Panthers rather than head to the minors, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.
Analysis: The Panthers were able to swing a deal with the Stars to take goalie Tim Thomas off their hands, so Scott Clemmensen will stay on as the backup goalie to Roberto Luongo, who was acquired in a surprise move Tuesday. Clemmensen has delivered mediocre numbers in his 16 appearances (6-6-1, 3.02 GAA, and .896 save percentage) and is fairly replacement-level as far as No. 2 goalies go.

3/4/2014

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Scott Clemmensen

Panthers Place Clemmensen On Waivers

News: Scott Clemmensen was placed on waivers Tuesday, Pierre Lebrun of ESPN reports.
Analysis: Scott Clemmensen was placed on waivers along side Scott Gomez on Tuesday, but it is unclear what the Cats intend on doing with the veteran netminder. Clemmensen's status with the club should be clear by the end of the trade deadline Wednesday.

3/1/2014

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Panthers' Clemmensen: 31 Saves In Loss

News: Scott Clemmensen made 31 saves in a 6-3 loss to Columbus on Sunday. He allowed four goals.
Analysis: He doesn't get much action and even spots starts are a queasy option given the team in front of him. He's a tough activation.

3/1/2014

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Scott Clemmensen

Panthers Go With Clemmensen On Saturday

News: Scott Clemmensen will be the starter in the crease Saturday against the Blue Jackets, Steve Goldstein of FOX Sports Florida reports.
Analysis: With the Panthers set to play two games in as many days, Scott Clemmensen will get the nod for the first game of the back-to-back while Tim Thomas presumably starts Sunday against the Islanders. Thomas remains the nominal No. 1 starter for the Panthers, but with his play on the downswing of late, Clemmensen could earn further appearances with a strong showing Saturday.

2/8/2014

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Scott Clemmensen

Panthers' Clemmensen Shines In Relief

News: Scott Clemmensen stopped 17 of 18 shot attempts in relief Friday against the Hurricanes.
Analysis: Unfortunately for Scott Clemmensen, he never had a shot at nabbing the win thanks to starting goalie Tim Thomas putting the Panthers in a 4-1 hole with just 25 minutes to go. Clemmensen did well to keep the game from getting further out of hand.

1/30/2014

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Panthers' Clemmensen Roasted By Maple Leafs

News: Scott Clemmensen surrendered six goals on 32 shots in Thursday's 6-3 loss to the Maple Leafs.
Analysis: Scott Clemmensen saw an early 2-0 lead go to waste as he allowed five goals over the final two periods. It may be a few weeks before he makes another start, given that Thursday's outing was just his second since Dec. 29. Tim Thomas appears to have a sturdy grip on the No. 1 goalie job, despite his shaky play of late.

1/30/2014

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Panthers Turn To Clemmensen On Thursday

News: Scott Clemmensen will be in the crease Thursday vs. the Maple Leafs, Harvey Fialkov of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Analysis: Scott Clemmensen will be making just his second start of the month with Tim Thomas owning a stranglehold on the No. 1 gig since returning from injured reserve Dec. 31. He'll face a familiar opponent in the Leafs, whom he held to one goal on 29 shots in a 3-1 win back on Dec. 17.

1/20/2014

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Scott Clemmensen

Panthers' Clemmensen Stops 35 To Beat Pens

News: Scott Clemmensen made 35 saves on 36 shots in a win over the Penguins on Monday.
Analysis: Scott Clemmensen's last two starts have been quite good -- especially this one, handing the Penguins a walloping in their own building. The only issue is that there was almost a month between those starts. He's only appeared in 13 games, and is seemingly the odd man out in Florida's goaltending situation.

1/20/2014

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Panthers To Start Clemmensen On Monday

News: Scott Clemmensen will be in the net Monday against the Penguins, Seth Rorabaugh of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Analysis: Tim Thomas is reportedly dealing with an illness, but Scott Clemmensen might have been on track to get the start anyway -- Thomas is surely in need of a rest after starting each of the last eight games for the Panthers. Clemmensen's season numbers in 12 appearances (5-4-1, 2.91 GAA, .894 save percentage) aren't particularly good, and it's hard to envision him improving upon them against a Penguins squad that's expected to get James Neal and Chuck Kobasew back in the lineup Monday.

12/29/2013

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Panthers' Clemmensen Stops 21 In Win

News: Scott Clemmensen made 21 saves on 22 shots in a win over the Canadiens on Sunday.
Analysis: A nice bounce back for Scott Clemmensen, who had struggled in his two prior games. Still, he has a .894 save percentage on the season, which is bad.

12/29/2013

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Panthers' Clemmensen To Start Sunday

News: Scott Clemmensen will start in goal Sunday against the Canadiens, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.
Analysis: The Panthers will turn to Scott Clemmensen yet again Sunday for the seventh time in their last eight games. He'll look to get on track at home, after allowing 10 goals on 67 shots in his last two outings.

12/28/2013

Scott Clemmensen, G, NJ

Scott Clemmensen

Panthers' Clemmensen: 27 Saves In Loss

News: Scott Clemmensen made 27 saves for the Panthers in a 4-3 loss to the Red Wings on Saturday night.
Analysis: He was strong through most of the game, but did surrender two goals in the first 1:20 of the third period. Tim Thomas backed him up and is expected to start Sunday, thus ending -- for now -- Scott Clemmensen's starting gig.