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Scott Clemmensen
Scott Clemmensen
Number: 40
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 200
Catches: Left
Born: Jul 23, 1977
Birthplace: Des Moines, IA, United States
Drafted: NJD / 1997 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 8th (215th overall)
2012-13: Saw action in 19 games, including 13 starts and six relief efforts; was replaced by J. Theodore Feb. 28 vs. Buffalo (16:46, 10 shots, 3 GA)...Relief appearances included 0:52 of second-period action Apr. 6 vs. Washington (0 shots)...Was 2-0-2 over four decisions Feb. 5-26; posted .893 save percentage and 3.07 goals-against average...Faced season-high 41 shots/made season-high 40 saves Apr. 7 in 2-1 win vs. Ottawa... 2011-12: Made 25 starts and five relief efforts...Was replaced Feb. 15 vs. Ottawa (L, 33:53, 16 shots/4 GA), Feb. 4 at Tampa Bay (L, 53:18, 32 shots/5 GA) and Dec. 30 vs. NY Rangers (L, 15:37, 14 shots/3 GA); returned Feb. 4...Fourteen victories were his most in five seasons in a Panthers’ sweater...Saw 1:31 of second-period action Apr. 5 at Washington (1 shot/0 GA)...Won first three starts Nov. 15-Dec. 5; stats included one shutout, .916 save % and 2.33 GAA...Notched seventh career ShO in first start of season Nov. 15 in 6-0 decision at Dallas (25 saves)...Was 3-0-2 through first five starts/decisions Nov. 15-Dec. 22; stretch included one relief appearance/no decision, 1 ShO, .907 save % and 2.41 GAA...Also 3-0-2 over five starts/decisions Jan. 16-Feb. 3 (.939 save % & 1.90 GAA)...Faced career-high (tie) 44 shots/made season-high 41 saves Jan. 21 in 4-3 shootout victory at Winnipeg...Played in three post-season matches vs. New Jersey in Eastern Conference Quarterfinals; earned first post-season victory in game three at Prudential Center (19 saves)...Assigned to San Antonio (AHL) Nov. 3-7; made lone AHL appearance Nov. 5 in 6-1 victory over Toronto (31 saves)...2010-11: Games-played total (31) was his most in five seasons with Florida and included 26 starts...Was replaced by J. Markstrom Jan. 23 at New Jersey (20:00, 8 shots/2 GA); replaced T. Vokoun after regulation play during 2-1 SO loss Mar. 27 at Pittsburgh (5:00, 4 shots/0 GA + 1/3 SO)...Was 2-0-4 over six decisions Mar. 6-29 (1 ShO, .924 save % & 2.06 GAA); notched sixth career ShO Mar. 17 in 4-0 win over Toronto (24 saves)...Faced season-high 42 shots twice: Dec. 27 in 3-2 SO loss vs. Boston (1/2 SO)/Nov. 13 in 5-2 loss at Pittsburgh...Reached the 100 games-played mark in NHL career Dec. 27...Made season-high 40 saves twice: Dec. 27 and Dec. 4 in 2-1 SO win at Phoenix (3/5 SO)...2009-10: Appeared in 23 contests during first season with Florida, including 20 starts and 3 games in relief; was replaced twice...Dressed, but did not play in 21 consecutive matches Dec. 31-Feb. 13...Was 3-0-1 in four decisions Mar. 21-Apr. 1; recorded 1 ShO, .956 save % and 1.50 GAA...Notched first ShO with Florida in 1-0 victory Apr. 1 at Boston (36 saves)...Faced career-high (tie) 44 shots/made career-high 42 saves Apr. 8 in 3-2 win vs. New Jersey; also made 42 stops Mar. 23 in 4-1 decision at Toronto...Picked up first win in a Panthers’ sweater in first start with 4-2 decision Oct. 16 vs. Philadelphia (25 saves)...Represented Team USA at World Championships in Cologne/Mannheim/Gelsenkirchen, Ger.; finished 3-3-0 with 1 ShO and 1.56 GAA...2008-09: Split campaign between Lowell (AHL, 12 games) and New Jersey (40)...Total included 39 starts and one relief appearance; was relieved once...Career-high 40 games played included career-high 13 straight starts/appearances Dec. 16-Jan. 8; was 7-5-1, with .921 save % and 2.20 GAA during stretch...Saw all action over a 47-game stretch Nov. 9-Feb. 21...Played third period/replaced K. Weekes Nov. 12 vs. NY Rangers (20:00, 17 shots/1 GA)...Replaced by Weekes Jan. 8 vs. Atlanta (L, 40:00, 19 shots/3 GA)...Only goaltender in New Jersey history other than M. Brodeur to reach 25 wins in a season...Notched career-high 7-game winning streak Jan. 13-30; posted .926 save % and 1.98 GAA...Posted back-to-back ShO with 3-0 decision Feb. 9 vs. NY Rangers (27 saves) and 1-0 victory Feb. 13 vs. Boston (31 saves); is franchise’s only goaltender other than Brodeur to accomplish feat...Faced season-high 43 shots/made season-high 40 saves (+ENG) in 4-2 loss Dec. 31 at Dallas...Made NHL season debut in 2-1 loss Nov. 9 vs. Edmonton (26 saves) for first action with squad since Apr. 8, 2007...Recalled from Lowell Nov. 3 under emergency conditions...Made season debut with AHL Devils Oct. 8 at Providence; picked up first victory of campaign with season-high 43 shots/39 saves in second start Oct. 11 vs. Worcester...Represented home country at World Championship tourney, but did not see any action...2007-08: Saw action in 40 AHL games and three NHL matches during lone season with Leafs’ organization...Made all three NHL appearances over a six-day stretch Dec. 29-Jan. 3, including first appearance Dec. 29 vs. NY Rangers in relief of A. Raycroft (29:29, 5 shots/1GA)...Started twice: 4-3 SO win Jan. 1 vs. Tampa Bay (30 saves + 2/3 SO) and 6-2 loss Jan. 3 at Pittsburgh (24 saves)...Began Marlies’ career with 8-game win streak Oct. 6- Nov. 16 (.905 save % & 2.51 GAA)...2006-07: Appeared in six NHL games overall, including four starts; served as Brodeur’s backup on 78 occasions...Finished 1-1-2, with two relief appearances/no decisions: Mar. 17 vs. Carolina (31:51, 18 shots/15 saves) and Oct. 21 vs. Ottawa (26:03, 12 shots/10 saves)...Picked up lone victory Feb. 25 in 3-2 decision at Washington (23 saves)...Picked up 3-0 win with Lowell (AHL) during 1-day conditioning assignment Feb. 21 at Worcester (35 saves)...2005-06: Played in 13 NHL games and one AHL contest...Total appearances more than doubled his career total entering 2005-06; stats included nine starts and four relief appearances...Made six consecutive starts Oct. 28-Nov. 8 during injury to Brodeur; never had more than one straight start prior...Faced career-high 44 shots (since tied)/made season-high 39 saves Dec. 6 at Detroit...Assigned to/recalled from Albany (AHL) Jan. 29-30; took 5-4 loss Jan. 29 at Hartford for lone AHL appearance...Posted 5-4 SO victory Oct. 29 at Boston (27 saves + 2/3 SO) in club's first-ever SO...Made first start of season and picked up 3-2 win Oct. 28 vs. Buffalo (25 saves)...Made season debut in third period Oct. 15 vs. Carolina (5 saves)...2004-05: Led Albany with 46 games played, 2645 minutes, .916 save % and 2.81 GAA...Posted season-high 3-game winning streak December 4-11...Faced 40-plus shots on ten occasions, including season-high 51 shots Mar. 9 at Hamilton...2003-04: Appeared/started in four NHL games during his third pro season; also saw action in 22 AHL games...Posted his 2nd ShO of season/career with 5-0 decision Mar. 26 at Atlanta (18 saves)...Made first career NHL start/first NHL appearance of season with 3-0 decision Jan. 20 at Pittsburgh (25 saves) for 1st ShO of campaign/career...Became just 16th netminder in the modern era to record a ShO in his first NHL start...Began season with Albany; was 5-12-4 with .902 save % and 3.07 GAA...Made AHL season- high 45 saves/faced 46 shots Oct. 29 vs. Hartford...Recalled from Albany twice: Nov. 19 and Jan. 20...2002-03: Spent entire season with Albany; played in career-high 47 professional games...Did not see any NHL action despite being recalled on two occasions: Dec. 10 and Apr. 2...Recorded first pro ShO Nov. 8 at Springfield...2001-02: Earned spot on Devils’ season-opening roster...Saw action during two NHL relief appearances...Made NHL debut Oct. 6 in season opener at Washington; allowed one goal on 5 shots in 20:00...Game marked just the third time in team history that three rookies (J. Boumedienne & A. Salomonsson) made their NHL debuts in the same game; joined V. Fetisov, N. Brady, S. Starikov (Oct. 5, ’89); and M. Wilson, U. Hiemer, K. Muller (Oct. 12, ’84)...Also saw 0:19 of action Nov. 3 vs. Boston...Became one of just eight New Jersey draft choices selected 200th or lower to appear in a game in the team’s sweater; joined D. Dorion, A. Kasatonov, C. Schwab, A. Semak, A. Stewart, S. Sullivan and V. Zelepukin... OTHER: Played four seasons with Boston College...Led Eagles to 2001 Hockey East and NCAA Championships...Named to NCAA All- Tournament Team his last season...Led Hockey East in games played twice, victories once, minutes twice and shutouts twice...Drafted after playing two seasons with Des Moines (USHL)...Teammates included NHLer E. Cole.