Drew Bannister praised Clan players’ determination after his side’s thrilling win over high-flying Nottingham Panthers in front of a club record crowd in Glasgow. An action-packed final period saw the lead change twice but it was the home fans who went home happy after their team earned a sixth straight win. Continue reading →
Braehead Clan 3 – 1 Hull Stingrays
British Elite Ice Hockey League
By Mark McGeever First published by British Ice Hockey, Sunday January 8, 2012.
A determined Braehead Clan chalked up a fourth straight win on Saturday to maintain their challenge for a place among the league’s elite. Drew Bannister’s side have closed to within just two points of fifth-placed Cardiff Devils, who will be well aware of the Glaswegians’ desire to break into the top half of the table. Continue reading →
Braehead Clan 4 – 2 Hull Stingrays British Elite Ice Hockey League, Saturday December 10 2011: Braehead Arena, Glasgow.
Struggling Hull Stingrays made their first trip to Glasgow this season with few predicting anything but a home win. The Braehead Arena has been something of a fortress this year with title-chasers Nottingham and Sheffield the only visitors to return home with maximum points, but Clan’s inconsistency means teams are unlikely to be overawed. Continue reading →
United Kingdom Elite Ice Hockey League: Edinburgh Capitals 2-8 Braehead Clan Tuesday November 21, 2011: The Braehead Arena, Glasgow
By Mark McGeever First published by Pro Hockey News: Wednesday November 23, 2011.
GLASGOW, UK – The Clan took revenge for Sunday’s defeat in Murrayfield with a crushing 8 – 2 win at the Braehead Arena, ensuring the bragging rights stay in Scotland’s biggest city rather than its capital. Continue reading →
United Kingdom Elite Ice Hockey League: Sheffield Steelers 4-2 Braehead Clan Saturday November 19, 2011: The Braehead Arena, Glasgow
By Mark McGeever First published by Pro Hockey News: Sunday November 20, 2011.
GLASGOW, UK – Sheffield Steelers return south as only the second team to win in Glasgow this season, after a gutsy performance earned a 4-2 victory over Braehead Clan. Buoyed by a noisy crowd and full of confidence after seven wins from eight home games, the hard-hitting Clan were never likely to roll over against title-chasing Steelers. Continue reading →