It’s a packed day of action as we take you back to four games on this day, all of which took place in the confines of our own home.

Two visits from Nottingham Panthers bookend games with Edinburgh Capitals and Cardiff Devils as we take today’s trip back in time.


2011: Braehead Clan 3 Nottingham Panthers 8 (Elite League)

It was night to forget for the Clan ten years ago today when Nottingham Panthers had one of those nights and skate off with the points with relative ease.

Despite Jade Galbraith’s (above) opening goal, Panthers recovered through goals from Matthew Myers and David Clarke before smashing in a further four unanswered finishes in the second period.

Jordan Fox, with two, Robert Lachowicz and Stevie Lee were all on target before Clan could muster a response, courtesy of Ryan Campbell.

With the job done, Brandon Benedict added Panthers’ seventh and while Tim Wedderburn got another for the home team, Clarke finished off his second of the night for eight.

2013: Braehead Clan 3 Edinburgh Capitals 2 (After penalty shots – Elite League/Challenge Cup)

There were double points up for grabs as Edinburgh Capitals came to Glasgow and as they were prone to doing, made Clan work for them.

This game went the distance, needing penalty shots to eventually decide the outcome, but it really could have gone either way.

A dream start for the Caps saw Curtis Leinweber score the opening goal, but Shane Lust equalised a little later, before Tomas Horna fired Edinburgh in front in the second period.

Neil Trimm levelled late on to take the game further and while overtime couldn’t decide anything, successful penalty shots by Trimm and Joel Champagne did to claim both points in the end.

2016: Braehead Clan 2 Cardiff Devils 6 (Elite League)

A tough game with Cardiff Devils took place five years ago when Andrew Lord’s team made the long journey up from South Wales and the night belonged to them.

Clan simply couldn’t get going in this game and after Devils scorched into a five-goal lead, the game was up for the home team before it should have.

Lord got the opener before Guillaume Doucet, Matthew Myers, Lord again and Luke Piggott all beat Michal Zajkowski, the Clan goalie.

Matt Beca scored to make sure it wouldn’t be a whitewash and although Doucet’s second edged Cardiff to their five-goal gulf again, Corey Cowick struck with a goal of his own.

2018: Glasgow Clan 6 Nottingham Panthers 3 (Elite League)

Pete Russell was in charge of this one for the Clan as they welcomed Nottingham Panthers back again seven years to the day and with much different players involved.

It was to be a great night for the Clan as a flurry of five goals between the teams proved to be decisive, which allowed Glasgow to take the points.

Josh Gratton put the home side ahead in the first period, which was equalised by Alex Guptill after the break, but Clan burst ahead with goals as Gerard Hanson, Craig Peacock and Matt Stanisz all stuck.

Guptill’s second pulled them closer, but Travis Ehrhardt got that goal back to make it 5-2.  Late goals from Panthers’ Kevin Henderson and Brendan Connolly for the Clan made little difference to the outcome.