The Braehead Clan’s present competition resistant to the Fife Flyers ended up being more than just a-game. It absolutely was a fashion statement by Braehead.
Braehead wore a kilt structure in honor of St. Andrew’s day – a Nov. 30 holiday in honor of Scotland’s patron saint. Above is an image for the ensemble. The following is a highlight video for the game to look at kilt design for action. Braehead (the team is situated in Glasgow) plays in EIHL.
Whether they’re intimidating or not they definitely added a festive nature towards the online game.
ICYMI: much more photos of your St Andrew's jerseys and kilts from yesterday evening, with through @AlGooldPhoto.— Braehead Clan (@BraeheadClan)
ICYMI: Do you see @harpoon26 within superb St Andrew's jerseys filled with kilts? With because of @AlGooldPhoto.— Braehead Clan (@BraeheadClan)
When it comes to game itself, Braehead defeated Fife 3-0. Said the state Braehead launch from the web site: “Fife huffed and puffed into the 3rd period, but couldn’t navigate past net minder Chris Holt, whom posted another house shutout since the Clan reported success over their particular Gardiner meeting rivals.”
With Braehead undefeated in kilt uniforms, maybe they are going to wear them more often.