These type of goals are becoming all too familiar for Predators’ forward Viktor Arvidsson.
The speedy 25-year-old winger is starting to earn a reputation for making the highlight reel.
Arvidsson dazzled Saturday evening in a game against the Islanders, opening the scoring with a sweet move and finish.
The Swedish forward pulled the puck between his legs and burned defenseman Ryan Pulock before tucking the puck past goaltender Thomas Greiss.
Viktor Arvidsson with a disgusting goal pic.twitter.com/RQzA6odAKx
— Brady Trettenero (@BradyTrett) October 6, 2018
As mentioned, this is starting to become a trend….
While making the highlight reel is one thing, Arvidsson is also becoming known for another thing — consistency.
The Nashville forward has delivered two consecutive 61-point seasons and averaged 30 goals a season over the last two years.
After putting up five goals in 13 2018 Stanley Cup Playoff games, Arvidsson is picking up right where he left off in the goal-scoring department.
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