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Bet Panthers, Jets, Red Wings to Cash NHL Parlay Ticket

Two marquee matchups that include teams among the favorites in our odds to win the Stanley Cup highlight a 12-game NHL schedule of betting opportunities on Tuesday night.

The Dallas Stars (+1100 in Las Vegas NHL odds to win it all) visit the Colorado Avalanche (+850) and the Toronto Maple Leafs (+1300) host the defending Cup champion Vegas Golden Knights (+1400). The home teams are the favorites in both.

Bet Panthers, Jets, Red Wings to Cash NHL Parlay Ticket
Bet Panthers, Jets, Red Wings to Cash NHL Parlay Ticket

The Arizona Coyotes, Tampa Bay Lightning, Carolina Hurricanes, and New Jersey Devils are road favorites on the night. New Jersey might be the best bet to gain a road win in that group.

The Nashville Predators and Detroit Red Wings come into the night with five-game winning streaks and Toronto has won a league-high seven in a row. Arizona has dropped 12 straight.


Take Jets to Fly Past Blues – Parlay Pick: Jets -1½ (+130)

The Winnipeg Jets are in a three-way race for the Central Division title and the visiting St. Louis Blues are struggling to stay in the battle for a wild-card spot.

The Jets are 20-7-2 at home and 32-24 ATS overall at our sportsbook. They have outscored St. Louis 9-4 in two victories this season and boast eight wins in the last nine meetings.

Winnipeg has won six of its last seven games and the Blues are 1-3-0 in their past four after a 6-1 drubbing at Detroit on Saturday.

St. Louis has been pesky since interim coach Drew Bannister took over, but we think the Jets start a winning parlay.


Bet Florida to Tame Sabres – Parlay Pick: Panthers -1½ (+112)

The Florida Panthers are fighting for first place in the Atlantic Division and dominated the Buffalo Sabres recently.

The Panthers won seven of their last eight overall and are 8-1 in the past nine meetings with the Sabres, including a 4-0 triumph at Buffalo on Feb. 15.

The Sabres are playing better hockey of late, winning three in a row and five of seven after a 3-2 shootout win over Carolina on Sunday. However, Buffalo is still 11 points out of a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.

Take the better team and include the Panther in your NHL parlay bets.


Light It Up – Parlay Pik: Lightning, Flyers Over 6½ (Ev)

The Tampa Bay Lightning won 6-3 at Philadelphia on Jan. 23 and the Flyers are coming off a 7-6 defeat against Pittsburgh.

While Tampa Bay has Andrei Vasilevskiy in net and under bettors are 32-24-3 in Philadelphia games this season, these teams can score goals.

Lightning right wing Nikita Kucherov leads the league with 102 points and the over has hit in four of the past six Flyers games. Seven goals look likely tonight.


Take Detroit to Flatten Caps – Parlay Pick: Red Wings -1½ (+155)

The Red Wings are looking good to snap a seven-year playoff drought and are primed to extend their win streak to six.

Detroit has won three of the five games during its streak in overtime and is 17-8-5 on home ice this season. The Red Wings are sixth in the league in scoring and Washington is 30th.

Yes, The Capitals are playing much better hockey of late with points in seven of their last eight games (5-1-2). But they are on the second of a back-to-back after beating Ottawa 6-3 on Monday.

Patrick Kane is also warming up for Detroit with goals in three consecutive games and five of seven, including the overtime winner against Chicago on Sunday.


Habs, Avs Good Alternatives at Home

We’re surprised Arizona is the favorite in our NHL odds as it tries to snap its long losing streak on Tuesday at the Montreal Canadiens.

Montreal has struggled at home (11-16-3) and lost 3-2 at Arizona on Nov. 2, but the Canadiens are due on the moneyline after suffering three one-goal losses during a string of five straight defeats.

Colorado was home and resting while Dallas lost to the New York Islanders in overtime on Monday. Take the Avs and the over with two good offensive teams.



Questions Of The Day

What NHL game has the best chance of paying a bet on the Under?

Pittsburgh vs Vancouver. The Penguins are fifth in the league in scoring defense (2.71) and Vancouver (2.73) is seventh.

Will the Maple Leafs extend their winning streak to eight games?

Yes. The Maple Leafs have not been great at home this season (15-10-2), but they won at Vegas 7-3 on Feb. 22 and the Golden Knights are depleted by injuries.

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