#2: Viktor Arvidsson
Viktor Arvidsson hasn’t been in the league for long, but he has been a consistent player for the Nashville Predators. His consistency helped him ink a seven year, $29.75 million dollar deal this offseason.
Arvidsson had a breakout season last year for the Nashville Predators, as he led the team in scoring. He broke out and had 61 points, with 31 goals, which not many people had seen coming. He also stepped up huge for the Predators during the playoffs last year as well, as he had 13 points and three goals.
Arvidsson, personally, is one of my favorite players to watch. He is a smaller skater, but he will go out and give his all despite his size. He is very quick, which can lead to opportunities for him to score or pass the puck off. With him being just 24 years old, he has time to build on any weaknesses he might have. He has many years to improve and show how dominant of a player that he can be.
If Arvidsson can continue to dominate like he did last season, he has the opportunity to be on this list for many years to come. The Nashville Predators struck gold with him.