FIFE Flyers forward Danny Stewart believes last Sunday’s 8-3 Challenge Cup defeat at Edinburgh Capitals was a career low.
And the former Newcastle Vipers player/coach is determined to erase the memory of that humiliation by turning the tables on the Murrayfield men at Kirkcaldy tomorrow (face-off 7.15pm) in ice hockey’s Elite League.
He said: “Sunday night was a huge loss low for everybody and maybe a career low for me.
“If guys can’t get motivated after being embarrassed on Sunday then we will really have to take a good look in the mirror.
“Edinburgh on Saturday becomes a war for us. We got embarrassed last weekend and we need to show up ready to compete for 60 minutes and play a simple and more physical game then we did Sunday.”
Capitals host Dundee Stars in the league on Sunday (6.00pm).