Another action packed weekend is almost upon so let’s take a few minutes to look ahead to the next couple of days in the world of Clan.


The fans are coming back, Clan have been on a decent run of form recently and the stage is almost set for our Burns Bash when Guildford Flames visit on Saturday.

The record against Paul Dixon’s side maybe isn’t the best, but beating them 4-3 in December in a hard-fought game shows it can be done against a side who have done well in the last few years.

It’s going to be a huge night ahead and one to get excited about as Malcolm Cameron’s men look to add to their tally of nine points in their last ten.

Welcome back, Purple Army so don’t miss out by buying your ticket for Saturday’s Burns Bash simply by clicking here.

If you are coming to the arena, don’t forget to remind yourself of the Covid measures in place.

However, if you are unable to make the game, the Clan TV webcast will continue to be available so buy your stream and watch it live.


The week ends on the road again when Clan and Manchester Storm meet again, this time at Planet Ice Altrincham and Storm hopeful of some badly needed points.

Storm’s current slump in form might have ended by the time this fixture rolls around, but in that small ice pad, Ryan Finnerty’s side are more than capable of shining in front of their own support.

With three wins from four so far including the 4-3 result over them last Saturday, Clan will look to keep that going and would love to come home with the points, like they did last week.

Tickets are available from the Manchester Storm website or alternatively, fans can watch from home on Storm TV, where they can purchase the stream.

Photos by Al Goold