Best NHL Parlay Picks Today, Friday 11/10: 3-Leg Parlay at mega (+900 odds) - Hurricanes fly through Florida

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Believe it or not, it’s already Friday, which means plenty of NHL action over the next few days. Before we get too far ahead of ourselves, we’re focused on tonight’s 6-game slate and a way to provide a bankroll boost for the huge 12-game Saturday slate. With that in mind, we’ve provided our best NHL parlay picks consisting of 3 different games. Along with our NHL parlay picks, be sure to check out all of our NHL predictions for today’s action!

NHL Parlay Picks (11/10)

Hurricanes ML (-120)

Maple Leafs -1.5 (+150)

Sabres 3-way ML (+120)

NHL Parlay odds: +900

Carolina Hurricanes ML over Florida Panthers (-120)

Four of the 6 games on the slate tonight are in the early window, and one of those will be down in South Beach. It’s an Eastern Conference Finals rematch from just last season, and we’re looking for the Hurricanes to get their revenge. They were the ones to win the Metro Division last year, while the Panthers barely snuck into the playoffs. If not for an untimely injury to Andrei Svechnikov, it may have been Carolina in the Stanley Cup Finals. Regardless, he’s back healthy now, and has helped the Hurricanes off to an 8-5-0 start. 

Meanwhile, Florida has looked like they have a hangover from losing the Cup last year. Their record may not demonstrate that, but they just needed overtime to beat a very mediocre Washington Capitals team and simply haven’t looked as explosive on offense. Now facing a team that has been known as a defensive juggernaut, it may be a long night for them. We’d even consider taking Carolina in regulation, but with them on the road, we’ll start our NHL parlay picks with them just on the regular money line.

Toronto Maple Leafs -1.5 over Calgary Flames (+150)

All 3 of our NHL parlay picks are focused in the first puck drops of the night, and our next play is targeting Auston Matthews and the Leafs to bounce back. They suffered a tough home loss on Wednesday night, but that came directly following a long overtime game against the Tampa Bay Lightning in which they came back from 4-1 down to win 6-5. They should have no issues getting back into form against a Flames team that has completely fizzled out since Johnny Gaudreau and Matthew Tkachuk both left town two seasons ago. 

The confidence in Calgary may be a bit higher than usual after back-to-back wins, but those came after a rough 2-7-1 start to the season. They were even completely shut out by the St. Louis Blues on home ice, so it’s difficult to imagine them keeping pace with Matthews, William Nylander and the rest of Toronto. That’s largely why the Leafs won both meetings against the Flames last season, and as part of our NHL parlay picks, we think they can do so by multiple goals tonight.

Buffalo Sabres 3-way ML over Minnesota Wild (+120)

We’d consider the Toronto play our favorite of the night, and we’re just as willing to admit that this last play will likely be the biggest sweat of the 3 that we have for you. It’s an inter-conference clash we don’t see often, and they split last year’s meetings. Not only that, but they were both also decided by just a single goal. While both teams have gotten off to mediocre starts, much more was expected from Minnesota. They should be the ones challenging the Colorado Avalanche and the Dallas Stars in the Central Division, but it simply hasn’t felt that way through the first month of the season. 

Now, they’re on the 2nd night of a back-to-back after facing the Metro Division-leading New York Rangers. Although Buffalo is coming off a loss, they were on the road against the aforementioned Hurricanes, and were even able to force overtime. They were also on the road the game prior to that, where they beat the also aforementioned Leafs by scoring 6 goals. They may not be the most consistent team, but they can absolutely compete with the best of them. Therefore, we’re taking the Sabres 3-way money line to close out our NHL parlay picks.

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