Scott Clemmensen G NJ 11 Days

Clemmensen was reassigned to AHL Albany on Tuesday.

Though Clemmensen has spent more time with the parent club this season, it's clear that Keith Kinkaid, who was recalled from Albany in his stead Tuesday, is the Devils' preferred No. 2 option organization-wide. However, because of the heavy workload incurred by Cory Schneider, the Devils have chosen to keep Clemmensen for most of the season in an effort to get the more youthful Kinkaid some more development time in the minors. With Schneider being granted a rare day off Tuesday, the Devils will take the opportunity to give Kinkaid a spin as their starter. Kinkaid is likely to return to the minors shortly thereafter, with Clemmensen then expected to rejoin the Devils.

Scott Clemmensen G NJ 28 Days

Clemmensen made his first start of the season Saturday, stopping 33 of 37 shots in a shootout loss to the Flames.

Wait, Cory Schneider finally got a night off? Did we read that right? The former Canuck had started 20 straight games, but the team finally gave him a rest Saturday, turning to the backup Clemmensen instead. Unfortunately, Clemmensen's lackluster performance Saturday is exactly why Schneider will continue to be an absolute workhorse in the Devils' crease. Clemmensen's struggles over the last few years are probably the reason he won't see much action as the backup to Schneider this season. Even when he's called upon, he won't be very useful for fantasy goers.

Scott Clemmensen G NJ 28 Days

Clemmensen will make his first start of the season Saturday versus the Flames, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.

After starting Cory Schneider for each of the team's first 20 games, coach Pete DeBoer finally relented Saturday, letting the backup see some time in a measure to afford his top netminder some rest. Clemmensen's poor career numbers (2.79 GAA, .905 save percentage) hardly make him a trustworthy option in goal, which probably has a lot to do with DeBoer's inclination to lean on Schneider so heavily. Don't count on Clemmensen to deliver pretty results on the road in Calgary.

Scott Clemmensen G NJ 1 Month

The Devils recalled Clemmensen from AHL Albany on Monday, Tom Gulitti of the Record reports.

The veteran has been getting some work in with AHL Albany after a rough start to the season, but will swap placed with Keith Kinkaid and take over backup duties behind Cory Schneider.

Scott Clemmensen G NJ 2 Months

The Devils placed Clemmensen on waivers Monday, Tom Gulitti of the Bergen Record reports.

Clemmensen will head to AHL Albany once he clears waivers so he can get some more in-game work than he's gotten with the Devils. Clemmensen has appeared in two games this year, but allowed four goals on 17 shots, and didn't record a decision.

Scott Clemmensen G NJ 2 Months

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.

With Schneider expected to assume much of the workload, 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.

Scott Clemmensen G NJ 3 Months

Clemmensen appears to have won the backup goalie gig for the Devils, Rich Chere of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.

The 37-year-old 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.

Scott Clemmensen G NJ 3 Months

Clemmensen remains in contention for the Devils' backup goalie gig, Rich Chere of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.

The competition for the job is down to 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.

Scott Clemmensen G NJ 6 Months

Scott Clemmensen expects to battle for the backup job during training camp.

Clemmensen signed a one-year, two-way deal with New Jersey on Tuesday. "Obviously nothing is set in stone, but it is my intention to be with the Devils," he said. "I think I can still play in the NHL, but it's up to me to prove that. It is my intention to make the team." Keith Kinkaid, 24, will be his main competition for the job.

Scott Clemmensen G NJ 6 Months

Scott Clemmensen is back with the New Jersey Devils on a one-year, two-way contract.

Clemmensen was drafted in the eighth round by the Devils in 1997 and he spent six years with the organization from 2001-07 before leaving for one season and coming back for the 2008-09 campaign. This past season, he played 17 games with the Florida Panthers, where he posted a 3.09 GAA and an .896 save percentage. He has a chance to be the Devils' backup next year.