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Good Night To Bet Over On Tuesday NHL Parlay

All but one team is coming into a busy Tuesday night of NHL betting with at least one day of rest So the question is, will that help the offense or the defense?

We think it could be a good night for over bettors with several matchups that may lead to higher scores. The New Jersey Devils-Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens-Colorado Avalanche contests look to be the best bets in that regard for your NHL parlay..

Good Night To Bet Over On Tuesday NHL Parlay
Good Night To Bet Over On Tuesday NHL Parlay

The Pittsburgh Penguins, Chicago Blackhawks, Winnipeg Jets and San Jose Sharks all come into the night as home underdogs and look to be teams you want to avoid.

The Florida Panthers, the favorite in the odds to win the Stanley Cup (+700), host the Boston Bruins (+1000) in the marquee matchup of the night. The teams are tied atop the Atlantic Division standings.

Check Betus.com for the latest NHL odds.

 

1. Expect Plenty of Goals in Toronto: Maple Leafs-Devils Over 6½

The teams average almost 6½ goals on the season and inconsistency in goal makes this a strong bet at the BetUS sportsbook.

New Jersey is still chasing a playoff spot in the East and scored at least four goals in three of its last four games. While Jake Allen and Kaapo Kahkonen have played admirably in goal since being acquired, you would think the Leafs will get to them.

Toronto only managed one goal in Carolina on the second of a back-to-back Sunday, but scored 13 times in the previous two games. Auston Matthews has a league-high 58 goals and William Nylander needs one to reach 40 for the Maple Leafs.

 

Toronto is third in the league in scoring and New Jersey gives up the seventh-most goals. Take the over in this one.

 

 

2. Bet Some Bucks On Ducks: Anaheim ML (+175)

This is definitely a hunch sports bet with value involved.

The Anaheim Ducks played really hard Sunday night, giving the red-hot Tampa Bay Lightning all they could handle in a 3-2 overtime loss.

The Ducks have lost eight of their last nine games, but expect them to come to play in Seattle. Anaheim is healthier, led by rookie Leo Carlsson, veteran Alex Killorn, Troy Terry, Mason McTavish and Frank Vatrano up front.

Seattle has faded out of playoff contention during its current 0-6-2 stretch. The Kraken have scored one or fewer goals in six of those games. Perhaps, they will wake up at home on Tuesday. But we think the Ducks have good value to win outright.

 

 

3. Expect Goals In The Garden: Flyers-Rangers Over 5½

The Philadelphia Flyers are hanging onto a playoff position bravely despite inexperienced goaltending.

The Flyers are allowing a little over four goals per game in their last eight outings while the New York Rangers own the most points in the Eastern Conference and scored 22 times in their last five contests.

New York has won the last six meetings and under bettors have cashed in five of them, including both this season. Even though the Rangers have very good goaltending, we expect the game to open up a bit and change the trend in the series.

Samuel Ersson has played pretty well for the Flyers between the pipes, but owns an .898 save percentage A 4-2 win for the Rangers cashes your over bet online. That doesn’t seem difficult to us.

 

 

4. Avalanche Is On A Roll: Colorado-Montreal Over 6½

Colorado has won nine in a row and 11 of its last 12 games to close within a point of the Vancouver Canucks for the top spot in the Western Conference.

The Avalanche have scored 42 times during their win streak and are getting points throughout the lineup. Nathan MacKinnon leads the way with 122 points – one behind Tampa Bay’s Nikita Kucherov for the league lead,

 

Colorado leads the NHL at 3.76 goals per game and the teams combined for seven in Montreal’s 4-3 victory at home on Jan. 15. The teams also totaled 12 goals in the previous matchup last March.

The Canadiens put up five goals in their win at Seattle on Sunday to snap a four-game slide (0-2-2), Expect them to play free and easy on Tuesday.

 

 

 

Questions Of The Day

 

What team is the biggest underdog on Tuesday?


San Jose. The Sharks are +345 at home against the Dallas Stars.

What could be the lowest-scoring game of the night?


Florida-Boston. The Panthers are first in the league in goals-against (2.41) and the Bruins sit seventh (2.74).

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