Aspray Glasgow West sponsored Glasgow Clan head coach Malcolm Cameron says the team will learn lessons and improve from the 4-2 loss at Guildford Flames.

It was a disappointing night on the road as Clan went down to the Flames, despite goals from Mathieu Roy and Brock Beukeboom.

But Cameron is already planning to show the good and the bad from the game, Clan’s third in league play in 2021-22.

“We were playing at a disadvantage compared to Guildford,” he said. “They’re in much better game shape than we are and it showed in the speed element.

“Add a nine hour bus journey into it as well, that’s hard on the legs.  But we have to play with a certain grit and I don’t think we did it consistently enough.

“I didn’t like our battles in the offensive zone and lost too many of them.  It was hard for us to sustain any kind of pressure and I thought we turned the puck over too much on our rushes.

“There’s some things we can take from this and try to get better at.  I know what works for our team and what doesn’t and I’ll show them both aw we try to progress from there.”