Viktor Arvidsson Stats
- Height / Weight
- 70 / 185 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 4/8/1993 (29)
Viktor Arvidsson Last 10 Games
Viktor Arvidsson News
Los Angeles Kings winger Viktor Arvidsson (personal) won't be available for Tuesday's matchup against Buffalo after he was designated non-roster player status Monday. He has gone home for the birth of his child and should be back soon. The Swedish winger has been a solid asset for managers in deeper leagues this season with 22 points in 29 games. He typically skates on the second line, and Arvidsson's spot is set to go to Jaret Anderson-Dolan Tuesday. The 23-year-old has registered just four points in 16 games this season, but a promotion to the top six puts him in a good spot to boost his numbers.
Los Angeles Kings winger Viktor Arvidsson (illness) will be back in the lineup on Thursday versus Winnipeg. He's returning after sitting out Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Lightning with a non-COVID illness. The Swedish winger caught a bug at an awful time, as Arvidsson had just opened his scoring account for the season with a three-point effort against Washington. He has been disappointing early in the season and his spot on the second line is under threat by Gabriel Vilardi, who has been very impressive so far with five goals and four assists. Vilardi took over Arvidsson's place Tuesday night and ended up getting a goal and an assist. Head coach Todd McLellan might want to stick with the working formula Thursday night.
Los Angeles Kings winger Viktor Arvidsson (illness) is set to return to the lineup on Saturday against Minnesota. The Swedish sniper played in Tuesday's season opener versus Vegas but dropped out of Thursday's clash with Seattle due to an illness. Arvidsson produced two shots on goal and was minus-one in 17:33 of ice time on Tuesday. It wasn't a great season opener for him, but Arvidsson has worked very well on the Kings' second line with Trevor Lewis and Phillip Danault. It shouldn't take long for the trio to start producing offense at a good rate again.
Los Angeles Kings winger Viktor Arvidsson was back in action on Saturday for the first time since having back surgery to fix a herniated disc in May, and he had a nice outing with a two-assist effort in a 6-3 win over Anaheim. The Swedish sniper soaked in 16:42 of action and produced two shots on goal while finishing with a plus-one rating. He grabbed his helpers on the team's fourth and fifth goals, which were scored by Sean Durzi and Phillip Danault, respectively. Arvidsson had a fine year during his first season in L.A., grabbing 20 goals and 29 assists in 66 games. He could easily be a 60-point guy if he can stay healthy.