NEWARK, N.J. (AP) The New Jersey Devils have hired Scott Clemmensen as their goaltending development coach.
General manager Ray Shero announced the hiring Tuesday.
The 37-year-old Clemmensen joins the staff after a 14-season playing career, including eight seasons over three stints with the Devils. He played 27 games with Albany (AHL) and three contests with New Jersey last season...
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Future Hall-of-Fame goaltender Martin Brodeur’s playing days are over with the New Jersey Devils. Cory Schneider finally has the opportunity to be the number one goalie with an NHL club. Schneider is expected to play anywhere between 60-70 games this season.
The departure of Brodeur has left a vacancy in the backup goaltending position. The...
The New Jersey Devils have brought back Scott Clemmensen for his third stint with the club. Clemmensen was drafted by the New Jersey Devils in the 8th round, 215th overall, in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft. On July 10, 2008, Clemmensen returned to the New Jersey Devils, signing a one-year contract, where he would make his mark with the team once Martin Brodeur got [...]
They should start calling him Scott “The Scorpion” Clemmensen.
Actually, based on the way he played Monday night, the Panthers goaltender may not be deserving of a cool nickname.
The Tampa Bay Lightning lit Clemmensen up like a Christmas tree, torching him for a half-dozen goals in a 6-1 win, but the goalie did come through with one highlight-reel save.
With the Lightning leading...