Zach Parise won't be joining Team USA at the World Championships in Switzerland because the team has a full roster of skaters, but the Devils will have one player joining the American squad.
Goaltender Scott Clemmensen was added to the U.S. squad today.
Clemmenen, a 31-year-old native of Des Moines, Iowa, went 25-13-1 with two shutouts, a .917 save percentage and .2.39 goals-against average in 40 games with the Devils this season while Martin Brodeur was injured.
This will be Clemmensen's first appearance in the World Champiionships.
Patrik Elias (Czech Republic), Johnny Oduya (Sweden) and Travis Zajac (Canada) are also headed to Switzerland to represent their respective countries.