The Anaheim Ducks selected defenceman Josh Manson in the 6th round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft. The 25-year-old played 45 games in the AHL with the Norfolk Admirals before he earned a permanent spot on the Ducks’ roster.

He proved early on in his career that he has some true talent, but it turns out the son of former NHL defenceman Dave Manson isn't just a hockey player. On Monday, the Hinsdale, Illinois native showed his artistic side and made his debut as a tattoo artist by tattooing an Anaheim Ducks fan.

Manson tattooed Ducks fan Gus Jaimes of Torch Tattoo located in Anaheim, California, and it turns out the artist taught the Ducks defenceman everything he knows about tattooing.

He didn’t give Jaimes anything too big or crazy, but you have to start somewhere.

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(H/T Twitter/AnaheimDucks)