Braehead Clan have added British youngsters Josh Grieveson and Jordan Buesa to their roster as they continue their preparations for the new season.
Grieveson (above) arrives after a solid first year in the Elite League with Dundee Stars, while Buesa returns for a second season after impressing in his maiden campaign.
Both players will be part the club’s development apprentice scheme and join Zach Sullivan in the Clan’s U23 roster allocation.
Grieveson said: “Playing at Braehead as an opposition was a good experience and you can tell the fans were awesome. It’s a good move for me and I’m looking forward to it.
“The rivalries among the Scottish teams are already pretty strong and the Conference can make those rivalries even bigger. It’ll be a tight conference and hopefully we can come out on top.
“When I spoke to the club the decision to come to Braehead was pretty much a no-brainer for me. They’re keen to invest in young Brits, which is great to see and it comes across as a great set-up.”
Buesa added: “I’ve loved my first year at Braehead and I learned a lot from the guys there, who gave me huge support and I wouldn’t be where I am now without them.
“My game overall has improved such as having the speed to keep up with them, thinking and reacting quicker and that’s definitely helped.
“I’ll be working with a new coach and it’ll be good to learn new coaching styles. I’m keen to work and develop throughout the next season and see where it takes me.”
(Image permission: Duncan Speirs)