Nashville Predators: Players deserving consideration for captain

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Viktor Arvidsson

This one may be a bit more remote in comparison to the others, but let’s just investigate the possibility. They say little things come in small packages. At 5-feet 9-inches, and 180 lbs. soaking wet in full gear, Arvidsson is definitely small in stature. His game is not however. He is the pick of our Andrew Robinson.

Here are Andrew’s words: Not because of the offense, but because of his playing style. He goes 110% at all times to any part of the ice even though he is the smallest guy out there. He always takes additional punishment for being small, and never quits or complains. If you want a captain who leads by example, he is your guy.

He’s not wrong. There is something about Arvidsson. He just keeps going no matter what happens on the ice. He is an energetic player, that leaves it all out on the ice. Not a bad aspect to consider.