Arvidsson put up a goal and assist in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Islanders. The winger now has five points, including three goals, in his last four games. The Preds' top line of Arvidsson, Filip Forsberg and Ryan Johansen remain the team's primary source of offense. The winger is coming off consecutive 61 point seasons, so expect more of the same.
Arvidsson (face) returned to Tuesday's game versus Calgary, Brooks Bratten of the Predators' official site reports. Arvidsson briefly left Tuesday's game after taking a puck to the face, eventually returning wearing a face mask. This is good news for his owners, who were undoubtedly hoping the injury was nothing serious.
Arvidsson left Tuesday's game against the Flames after taking a puck to the face, Brooks Bratten of the Predators' official site reports. Arvidsson wasn't spotted on the bench to begin the second frame, so it's unlikely he returns to the contest. Depending on where the puck hit, Arvidsson could miss time if there's broken bones or excess swelling. Expect further updates after the game.
Arvidsson scored two goals, including the game-winner, in a 4-3 win over the Islanders on Saturday. The first goal was spectacular. Arvidsson put the puck through his own legs and cut around defender Ryan Pulock, who was left speechless. He then slid it five-hole on Thomas Greiss. Arvidsson is entrenched on the Preds' top line with Filip Forsberg and Ryan Johansson. He's a strong fantasy citizen.
Arvidsson set up both Nashville goals in a 5-2 loss to Tampa Bay on Saturday night. His role on the Preds' big line is set in cement. Arvidsson has delivered two consecutive 61-point seasons and he's averaged 30 goals each season over the last two. He's a sneaky play in unorthodox formats, including those that value shorthanded points and shots.
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