The flop has long been considered an art form in sports.

Typically, we don't associate flopping with the NHL, but Viktor Arvidsson would like to change the perception of an effective dive.

The Nashville Predators forward and budding thespian performed his one-man show recently in St Louis against the Blues. It was better than this, but not by much:

Click over to The Daily Player to see Arvidsson's version. Then, you can be the judge whether or not dude's in line for an Oscar.

This'll probably depend on how you view it, eg- whether or not you're a Predators fan.

Maybe there are times when rose-colored glasses would come in handy. If so, Fanorama can help. It'll depend on the your rose of choice, perhaps, but check out these mirrored, polarized, surfing sunglasses:

mirroed polarized surfing sunglasses

At $19.99, these shades are worth a dive into your wallet. Value comes without penalty.





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