DID YOU KNOW? THIS SATURDAY’S Opponents the Cardiff Devils top goalscorer so far this season is actually a defenceman? Gleason Fournier has 15 in 34 matches, 1 ahead of nearest rival (and forward) Charles Linglet.

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CROSSING THE LINES – GLASGOW CLAN vs CARDIFF DEVILS

The current Elite League champions, Cardiff Devils, come to town on Saturday, looking for two points in a big game for both teams.

So here are three players who have worn the colours of both teams in their time.

ADAM WALKER (DEVILS 2005-06; CLAN 2010-2013)

Not a lot of people will remember Adam turning out for Cardiff Devils in the fledgling stage of his career, but he did during the 2005-2006 season under Ed Patterson.

He was at Swindon Wildcats in the EPL and helped the Devils out for two games, one in the league and one in the Challenge Cup that season.

Adam was one of the Braehead Clan ‘originals’ from 2010 and stayed for three years, where he made just under 200 appearances and scoring around 70 points.

Nowadays, Adam is part of the Paisley Pirates’ SNL team where he plays and coaches so still turns out at Braehead Arena on a regular basis.

MATT TOWE (DEVILS 2007-10; CLAN 2013-14)

After starting out in the English Premier League and a brief flirtation with Sheffield Steelers, Matt Towe signed for Cardiff Devils in 2007 under Gerad Adams.

He stayed in South Wales for three years, finishing as a runner-up in both the Challenge Cup and the play-offs in his final season there.

After a year with Belfast Giants, Towe signed for Clan under Ryan Finnerty and stayed for a year where he ended the campaign at the play-off weekend, the club’s only appearance so far.

Although Towe is on the books of Belfast, he has one foot into retirement, but on standby should Adam Keefe need a body if injuries take hold.

LEIGH SALTERS (CLAN 2014-15; DEVILS 2015-16)

This towering power forward came to Glasgow in 2014 after a year with Nottingham Panthers where he won the Challenge Cup.

His physical style was popular among the fans as he helped the Clan finish in their highest ever second place in the Elite League.

He scored 32 goals and made 35 assists in his 62 appearances for the club before he made the move to Cardiff Devils in what proved to be his final season as a pro player.

He helped the Devils win the Ehrhardt Conference under Andrew Lord before they really hit the heights, but remains a popular figure for his contribution.

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