BY GEORGE RICHARDS
The Panthers got some work done just before the free agency period opened Sunday at noon as they came to an agreement on a two-year deal with goalie Scott Clemmensen.
Clemmensen, who turns 35 this month, just completed a three-year deal with the Panthers. Financial terms were not available; Clemmensen made $1.5 million last season on a contract that averaged $1.2 million.
Florida now has both of last year's goalies under contract. Jose Theodore is signed for one more season.
“Scott is a high-character, hard-working player who is a true professional in every sense,” GM Dale Tallon said in a release.
“He stepped in and played very well in some tough games for us last season, including recording wins against Los Angeles, Vancouver, San Jose, Washington and Philadelphia.
"We are very pleased to have him back with our club and look forward to his continued contributions to our organization both on and off the ice."
The Panthers also announced the signing of Greg Rallo and Dov Grumet-Morris to two-way deals. They'll be in San Antonio.