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Take Leafs, Wings, Penguins To Win Your NHL Parlay Bet

The Winnipeg Jets visit the Dallas Stars for a Central Division showdown to highlight a Thursday night NHL schedule filled with value if you bet sports online.

Winnipeg has won seven of its last eight, but the Stars will be the favorite at home after losing for the sixth time in seven games (1-3-3) on Tuesday against Colorado 5-1. That makes this a tough call for bettors because Dallas is due to wake up. Bettors beware.

Take Leafs, Wings, Penguins To Win Your NHL Parlay Bet
Take Leafs, Wings, Penguins To Win Your NHL Parlay Bet

There may be more value than Winnipeg for road underdogs, including the Minnesota Wild and Pittsburgh Penguins.

 

Start By Betting Toronto – Maple Leafs -1½

The Toronto Maple Leafs saw their seven-game win streak come to an end with a 6-2 loss against Vegas on Tuesday, but should begin another run against the struggling Arizona Coyotes.

The Leafs have not been a profitable bet ATS this season (20-38-0), but one of those wins for bettors came in the 6-3 triumph at Arizona on Feb. 21. Auston Matthews and William Nylander each scored twice in that triumph.

The Coyotes have lost 13 straight games after a 4-2 setback at Montreal on Tuesday and leading scorer Clayton Keller is questionable for Thursday’s contest due to injury.

Take Toronto to get your four-game parlay off to an easy start.

 

Wings Should Continue Flying – Red Wings -1½

The Detroit Red Wings boast a six-game win streak after exploding for eight goals in the victory over Washington on Tuesday and should handle the New York Islanders.

The Red Wings are 36-23 ATS overall this season at the sportsbook and 18-8-3 on home ice. Detroit also won at the New York Islanders 4-3 in overtime on Jan. 30.

The Islanders came up with a huge overtime win at Dallas on Monday after a 1-3-2 stretch. New York is trying to stay in the Eastern Conference wild-card race, but expect the Red Wings to win. Detroit looks like a nice value pick to cover.

 

Goal Bonanza In Chi-Town? – Avalanche-Blackhawks Over 6

The Colorado Avalanche are coming off a big win and sit second in the league in scoring as they visit the struggling Chicago Blackhawks.

The Blackhawks are last in the league in scoring, but Colorado is only 17th in goals against. Chicago is 1-9-3 in its last 13 contests, but has Calder Trophy frontrunner Connor Bedard back in the lineup.

We expect Colorado’s Nathan MacKinnon (98 points), Mikko Rantanen (76) and Cale Makar (62) to have big nights against an inexperienced defense.

Even though there have been nine goals scored total as the teams split two games this season, we think this one opens up.

 

Take Penguins on ML to Continue Run

The Pittsburgh Penguins are making it clear that they are not done this season after gaining at least a point in four straight games. They may be a good bet as the underdog in the NHL betting lines against the host Seattle Kraken.

The Penguins have total 15 goals in three straight wins after a 4-3 overtime victory at Vancouver on Tuesday. Captain Sidney Crosby boasts 10 points in his last six games for Pittsburgh – seven points out of a playoff spot in the East with five games in hand.

Seattle is also seven points out of a playoff spot in the West after a 4-1-1 stretch, capped by a shootout win over Boston at home on Monday.

This is not an easy one to predict, but the Penguins beat the Kraken 3-0 at home on Jan. 15.

 

Florida, Tampa Bay, Vancouver Alternatives

If you don’t like one of those selections for the NHL parlay, taking the Tampa Bay Lightning to beat the Buffalo Sabres on the moneyline at home might be a good replacement.

The Lightning can’t lose four in a row at home, can they? We think not.

Taking the Florida Panthers – 8-1 in their last nine – to cover 1½ goals at home versus Montreal Canadiens and Western Conference-leading Vancouver to beat the Los Angeles Kings by two or more are also viable alternatives.

 

 

Questions Of The Day

What game is most likely to make under bettors richer?


Carolina at Columbus. The Blue Jackets have not been good at keeping the puck out of the net, but Carolina allowed 11 goals in its past seven games (5-1-1).

What team is the biggest underdog on Thursday night?


Montreal. The Canadiens (+270) are the longest shot to win on Thursday after beating Arizona on Tuesday for its second victory in nine games.

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