Viktor Arvidsson scores another filthy goal

Updated: October 6, 2018 at 8:24 pm by Brady Trettenero

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.

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.

Just nasty.

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