DENVER- Another marquee tourney has been formed between the Edmonton Oilers and the Colorado Avalanche in the NHL's Western Conference Final, and has nothing to do with Nathan McKinnon or Connor McDavid.

For 2- time-old Jemma Grace Manson, the main event will be her father- avalanche protector Josh Manson- from former NHL player to Eulers assistant trainer Dave Manson, trying to get past his forefather.

The classic case of a house they participated during the Best- of- Seven series that started on Tuesday night. But Josh says his son should not be pious.

Still, that is fine," Josh said Tuesday," If he can pull it off for me." He loves his forefather, but I suppose he will pull for me, or differently we'll talk

It's rare in the league to follow in the steps of a player's father. Now the Mansons are facing a unique experience of trying to exclude each other from a criticalpost-season series that will lead to the final birth of the Stanley Cup.

Dave was a blueliner like his son, contending in NHL events from 1986- 2002. He indeed served three times in Edmonton, beginning with the time Josh was born( 1991).

Dave was a blueliner like his son, contending in NHL events from 1986- 2002. He indeed served three times in Edmonton, beginning with the time Josh was born( 1991).

Little Manson said he can not flash back that time in their lives, although original media have participated recollections of his running around the Oilers' dressing room.

Josh, who remembers other stops in his father’s career playing for seven brigades, is in his ninth season in the league and his first with Colorado.

What will be on the ice, however, is lighter than both sides prefer it.