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Leafs Sign Scott Clemmensen

by Staff Writer / Toronto Maple Leafs
(Toronto) -- John Ferguson, vice-president and general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, announced Friday that the club has signed goaltender Scott Clemmensen to a one-year contract.

“Scott is an experienced professional goaltender, who will provide depth in the organization at that position,” said Ferguson.

Clemmensen, 29, played six games for the New Jersey Devils this past season registering a 1-1-2 record and a 3.15 goals against average.  He also played one game and had a shutout for the American Hockey League’s Lowell Devils.

The Des Moines, Iowa native has played in 25 career NHL games all with New Jersey registering a 7-6-4 record with a 2.82 goals against average. He was originally New Jersey’s seventh choice, 215th overall, in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft.

Clemmensen has also competed in 146 career AHL games with Albany and Lowell earning a record of 36-81-21, a .903 save percentage, a 2.89 goals against average and four shutouts.

Prior to Clemmensen’s professional career, he played four seasons for the Boston College Eagles (1997 to 2001).  Clemmensen led the Eagles to a NCAA Championship in 2001 and was named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team.

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