#CLANCLASSICS: We’ve another great Clan Classics game vs the Fife Flyers THIS SATURDAY (starting at 7:00pm) from the 2016/17 season.
We all love an exciting game against Fife and this one will be no different!
Glasgow Clan defenceman Matt Stanisz has announced his retirement from playing professional hockey, the 30-year-old took to Instagram over the weekend to make the announcement.
The Burlington, Ontario, Canada native originally joined the Clan in the summer of 2018 from EIHL rivals, the Manchester Storm.
In 115 games for the Clan, Stanisz scored 6 goals, assisted on 50 others, for 56 points, with 106 penalties in minutes.
After graduating from Carleton University of USports, Stanisz went on to play for the Florida Everblades, Indy Fuel and Elmira Jackals of North America’s ECHL.
Clan Chief Operating Officer Gareth Chalmers commented: “Matt was a player we had wanted to bring back for the new season and had offered him a new contract, however like a lot of players currently, the uncertainty in the world is really making players review their playing careers.
“While we are disappointed with Matt’s decision to retire, I can totally respect his decision.
“I can appreciate that Clan fans are just seeing player after player leaving the club, however I can assure everyone that there is plenty going on behind the scenes ahead of projected start to the 2020/21 season in December.
“I would like to thank Matt for his efforts and commitment during his past two season’s with the Clan and I wish himself and Sidney all the very best for the future.”