GLASGOW Clan have announced that former player Stefan Meyer has been chosen as this season's Wall of Fame banner. 

Fans of the club have voted the Canadian as the next to join the likes of Matt Keith and Kyle Jones in adorning the wall of the Breahead Arena. 

Meyer joined the Clan in 2014 from EIHL rivals the Sheffield Steelers and went on to play two seasons in Renfrew. 

The 33-year-old played in over 100 games for the Clan, being a key part of the team that achieved an EIHL runners-up spot in 2014/15 and went on to play in our inaugural Champions Hockey League campaign in 2015/16.

Clan Chief Operating Officer Gareth Chalmers said: "After deciding to change the Wall of Fame format this season, we came up with three very worthy players who all deserve to be inducted.

"We'd like to thank Ash Goldie, Chris Frank and Stefan Meyer for their patience and for agreeing to participate during the voting process.

"When the opportunity came about to sign Stefan Meyer from Sheffield in 2014, I don't think we could believe our luck that such a high calibre player had become available.

"That was a very special couple of season's and it's great to see Stefan join the likes of Matt Keith and Kyle Jones up on the wall from the most successful period in the club's short history.

"We are excited and looking forward to welcoming Stefan and his wife Chantel over to Glasgow in March."

Since retiring, Meyer has become a power skating instructor in his native Canada. 

Meyer will be in attendance when his banner is unveiled on Friday, March 15.