If you were just to focus on one aspect of Arvidsson’s playing on the JoFA line, the most important may be his grit. Sure, the points are nice, but Arvidsson is known for setting screens – or executing a jump screen – in front of the net. He will take a hit but also move with intensity.
If you are looking on the current roster, Rocco Grimaldi may be a good choice. Grimaldi was leading the Milwaukee Admirals in points before getting called to the Nashville Predators. However, he has only one goal in six games to this point.
What Grimaldi does is play with a similar passion as Arvidsson. In six games, Grimaldi has six hits on the season, already more than Arvidsson. His physical play makes him an ideal player to get in front of the net. Playing on the fourth line does not present Grimaldi with tons of chances to shot, which explains his 47.3% Corsi rating. He can play defensively, keeping that aspect of the JoFA line intact. With that line facing other top lines, defense will be needed.