Best NHL parlay picks, Sunday, 12/3, 3-leg parlay at mega +828 odds: Target the lopsided matchups

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Saturday’s 13-game in the NHL completely delivered. With games starting in the afternoon and going all through the night, fans were treated to a day of non-stop NHL action. The weekend now ends with a modest 5-game slate that again begins in the afternoon. Hockey fans have been treated to a fantastic weekend schedule and we’ll end the week with more of the same.

We’ve created a 3-game NHL mega parlay for tonight’s action at +828 odds, which you can read below. You can also read our NHL predictions for picks on all of today’s games.

Minnesota Wild win (-278)

Rangers win and under 6 (+126)

Bruins win and over 6 (+202)

NHL mega parlay odds: +828

Minnesota Wild win (-278)

The Wild had an ugly start to the season and it cost their head coach his job. Since making a head coaching change last week, the Wild are 2-0-0 and outscored their opponents a combined 9-2. Maybe they are riding some adrenaline or maybe this is a legitimate change for the better. Regardless, the Wild are buzzing right now.

Meanwhile, the Blackhawks have dropped 8 out of their last 10 games, their last 5 straight on the road, and their last 9 straight against the Wild. Minnesota is the better team that is playing better hockey. They still have a bit of hope in that locker room and they will come out looking to collect 2 points.

Rangers win and under 6 (+126)

No need to overthink the winning side of this game. The Sharks are one of the worst teams in the NHL, if not the worst, while the Rangers are one of the best teams in hockey. These teams are in different tiers in the NHL. Unless the Rangers completely mail it in, they should win just fine on Sunday.

As it pertains to the total, the under has been very prominent in the season of both teams. The combined over under record between the Sharks and Rangers is 15-27-3. Sharks road games combined with Rangers home games have an over under record of 5-13-2. The Sharks struggle to score and the Rangers excel in goal prevention. This has the makings of a lower scoring game.

Bruins win and over 6 (+202)

This is another one that is just plain lopsided. The Bruins sit 2nd in the Eastern Conference and 3rd in the NHL. They are 8-1-1 at home while the Blue Jackets are 15th in the Eastern Conference and a punching bag once again.

Both the Blue Jackets and Bruins have shown both decent goal scoring and loose goal prevention lately. The Bruins are the more stable team and the over has hit in 7 out of their last 10 including 3 out of their last 4 at home. Pure matchup and trends have the makings of a high total.

Read our full analysis of Sunday’s great NHL slate.

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