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While the King and Stoll families celebrated a Kings victory two years ago, the two families actually knew each other through their daughters years before their sons played on an NHL team together. Donna said it was a neat feeling knowing her son was going to play with another Saskatchewan boy.
Handful of Prairie players competing for Stanley Cup
"He's not too much of an up and down kind of guy or too emotional," she laughed.
"The last time it just seemed like it was easier. This time the series have all gone to seven games and it is just great teams that they have went on to beat," she said.
"I would imagine he was a little fired up. I spoke to him about that and he had mentioned he didn't even notice he had did it. I think his nervousness is getting on the ice and being in these situations he has always dreamed of doing. You are just so revved up you just don't even know what's going on, right?"
"He never stayed down, let's put it that way. His mouth was always getting him into trouble and he was never afraid, he would never back down from anything," Michael laughed, adding he and his other brother Chad used to give Derek a hard time while their parents were away at work.
not happening, no," she giggled.
reportedly close to returning to the ice after being sidelined with an injury in game 1 against Anaheim. Brayden McNabb of Davidson is also on the Kings' roster.
"Someone tweeted the other day that the reason Dwight King plays for the Kings is that his dad owns the team. It was like yeah, we only wish! It's Converse All White High Cut
"Being the youngest, he is pretty quiet. Dwight has a quiet personality and just likes to be in the background," Donna said, saying her nerves are more apparent than her son's.
Donna said she and Dwayne will be watching the game in solitude at their home in Meadow Lake before flying to New York for game four.
Donna King and her husband Dwayne will be cheering for the opposing Los Angeles Kings, where their son Dwight will be chasing his second Stanley Cup win. Dwight, alongside teammate and fellow Saskatchewan born player Jarret Stoll, won the cup with the Kings in 2012.
Not unlike the King family, the Stoll family prefers to watch the games outside the rink at home. Sherri Stoll, Jarret's mother, said she will be wearing her Kings sweater and watching the game beside her husband Tim from their house outside of Yorkton. The entire family has booked flights to see game five and will stay with Jarret.
Saskatchewan is well represented in the Stanley Cup finals.
Donna said there are infinite jokes about her son playing for the Kings.
"You have that kind of connection not only from Saskatchewan but just another family that you've met prior to," she said.
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Dwight is the youngest of four siblings. has returned to Meadow Lake since playing in the NHL as well, and his two sisters are teachers back home.
"He's not a nervous guy. I think his nervousness showed in Montreal when he accidentally snowed those kids," Michael said in reference to his brother who snowed the Canadiens' flag kid before game five.
She said Meadow Lake hosted Converse Low Cut Men a parade on Monday for Stampede week which featured some local pride for the Los Angeles Kings, which has become the city's unofficial NHL team after the Canadiens, the only Canadian team in the playoffs, were eliminated.
"It's a town of 4,500 people. It's a giant family. Everyone knows everyone," Michael said from work in Sylvan Lake, Alta., where he will watch the game Wednesday night before catching a plane Friday to Los Angeles to join his father Dean. Derek's mother Donna and his fiance Allison are watching the game in New York.
Derek, whose known for being tough on the ice, grew up the youngest of three brothers. Michael said the family dynamic really trained him to be the scrappy player he is today.
She said while her son has won a cup before, this series is just as exciting.
Michael Dorsett, older brother of Derek Dorsett of the New York Rangers, said his entire family is extremely proud to see Derek play in the finals against the Los Converse Shoes New Arrival 2018
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