ASH GOLDIE has been inducted onto Glasgow Clan’s Warrior Wall of Fame.

The Canadian native was voted onto the Wall by the Clan fans, beating Chris Frank and Jordan Krestanovich in the public vote.

joined the Clan in 2012 from the ECHL’s Las Vegas Wranglers, and went on to play two season’s at Braehead Arena.

38-year-old Goldie played in over 100 games for the Clan, captaining Ryan Finnerty’s team to our first ever EIHL Playoff Finals weekend appearance back in 2014.

“All three of this season’s Warrior Wall of Fame nominees are all worthy inductees and deserve to be on the wall,” said Clan Chief Operating Officer Gareth Chalmers.

“Ash was already at the club when I arrived in 2013 and was certainly one of our marque players during his two season’s at Braehead Arena.

“The fact that Ash captained the very first Clan team to a playoff finals weekend, makes this even more fitting. He joins some very prestigious Clan names already up on the wall.

“We are excited and looking forward to welcoming Ash and his family over to Glasgow this weekend.”

Ash Goldie will be in attendance when his banner is unveiled on Saturday when the Dundee Stars are the visitors to Braehead Arena. 

Before that though, the Clan take on Sheffield Steelers in the EIHL away from home this evening.

Zack Fitzgerald’s men will have their work cut out as Sheffield are currently league leaders but having won their first game in seven on Sunday with a defeat of Fife Flyers, the Clan are looking to get back on track in the EIHL and improve from their position of seventh.