Panthers Recall Trocheck; Reassign Shore, Clemmensen to San Antonio
SUNRISE, Fla. - Florida Panthers Executive Vice President & General Manager Dale Tallon announced today that the club has recalled F Vincent Trocheck and reassigned F Drew Shore and G Scott Clemmensen to the San Antonio Rampage (AHL).
Trocheck, 20, has recorded a team-leading 41 points (16-25-41) in 54 games with San Antonio in his first professional season. The Pittsburgh, PA native was awarded the Red Tilson Award as the OHL's most outstanding player and the Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy as the league's leading scorer in 2012-13, after recording 109 points (50-59-109) in 63 games.
Shore, 23, has played in 21 games in his second season with the Panthers, recording six points (5-1-6) and four PIM. The Littleton, CO native has also registered 21 points (5-16-21) in 37 games with San Antonio.
Clemmensen, 36, has played in 16 games with Florida this season, posting a 6-6-1 record with .896 save percentage. The Des Moines, IA native has played in two games with San Antonio with a 1-1-0 record and .894 save percentage.
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