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NHL Tuesday Parlay: Take Chances on Canadiens, Coyotes, Devils To Cash

While it is difficult to use teams out of playoff contention in your hockey bets today, the Arizona Coyotes could be a strong addition to your NHL parlay.

The Coyotes finished their road trip with wins over Ottawa and Washington to end a 14-game losing streak (0-12-2). Now Arizona comes home, where it was 15-9-0 before losing the last five, to take on the league-worst Chicago Blackhawks.

NHL Tuesday Parlay: Take Chances on Canadiens, Coyotes, Devils To Cash
NHL Tuesday Parlay: Take Chances on Canadiens, Coyotes, Devils To Cash

Take the Coyotes on the moneyline to start your four-game parlay for Tuesday among nine matchups. Montreal may also be a value pick as it visits red-hot Nashville, which has won eight in a row. The Canadiens have been better on the road and are a pesky group.

This looks like a day to take some chances.

Arizona, Winnipeg (Seattle), the New York Islanders (St. Louis) and Pittsburgh (Columbus) all host games on Tuesday after their opponents played the night before.

The best matchup of the night is Edmonton at Boston, which beat Toronto on Monday. The teams are both among the four favorites in the odds to win the Stanley Cup.

 

1. New Coach, Big Win For Devils – Parlay Pick: Devils ML (Ev)

Coaching changes often bring instant success with teams filled with talent such as the New Jersey Devils.

Travis Green takes over as interim coach for the Devils after Lindy Ruff was fired on Monday and New Jersey needs a boost 24 hours later against red-hot Florida. New Jersey has dropped five of seven and sits eight points out of a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.

We think the Devils will get it together after dropping the last two on their California trip against Anaheim and Los Angeles. New Jersey won 4-1 at Florida on Jan. 13.

The Panthers expended a lot of energy for a 4-2 win at the New York Rangers on Monday, so they may be a bit drained. Florida has won 11 of its past 12, though, so this is a hunch for your Tuesday sports betting.

 

2. Take Arizona Over Chicago – Parlay Pick: Coyotes ML (-245)

Arizona scored 10 times to beat Ottawa on Friday and Washington on Sunday – two teams that had been playing good hockey.

They won both without leading scorer Clayton Keller, who is day-to-day with an upper-body injury. Former ninth-overall draft pick Dylan Guenther contributed two goals and three assists combined in the last two wins for the Coyotes.


Arizona has won the last three meetings, including an 8-1 rout at home on Oct. 30. In fact, the Coyotes have outscored Chicago 16-4 in those three wins – all in Tempe.

You can say that the Blackhawks are due, but they have just one win since Jan. 19.

 

3. Take Chance On Habs – Parlay Pick: Canadiens ML (+180)

Nashville is on a roll and has solidified its playoff position in the Western Conference, but the Predators have to stumble at some point, don’t they?

Montreal won’t be going to the playoffs, but the Canadiens are 1-0-2 in their last three and could easily be on a three-game win streak after shootout losses at Tampa Bay and Florida.

Coach Martin St. Louis’ team is not an easy out and should be in your NHL picks today if you can get good value in any bet. Nick Suzuki has six points in four games and Cole Caulfield is always a threat for the Canadiens.

It might be a stretch, but put Montreal in your parlay.

 

4. Parlay Pick: Kraken vs Jets Over 5½ (-105)

Under bettors have won the last three matchups between these two good defensive teams, both ranked in the top eight in goals against.

But the Jets have scored at least four goals in five of the last seven games and the Kraken are flying into Winnipeg after a 4-2 victory at Calgary on Monday. The over is 5-2 at the sportsbook in the last seven Seattle contests.

We just think the game will open up with Seattle feeling good after a solid road win and Winnipeg well rested. The number (5½) is too low.

 

 

Questions Of The Day

Which game is most likely to make under bettors happy?


Vancouver at Los Angeles. The under is 8-0-1 in the last nine meetings between the Pacific Division foes. The Kings won 5-1 at Vancouver on Feb. 29 for a push.

What team is the biggest underdog of the night?


San Jose. The Sharks are +320 to beat the visiting Dallas Stars on the moneyline.

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