Best NHL Parlay Picks Today, Monday 10/30: 3-Leg Parlay at mega +815 odds - Expect plenty of goals tonight

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In my first NHL article of this season, I was able to cash both player props in last Wednesday’s Capitals vs Devils matchup. I won’t be focusing on player props today, but I do have some picks that I’ve combined to make an NHL parlay with a substantial return. It’s also important to remember that you can check out our other NHL predictions for each of tonight’s 9 games.

Hurricanes vs Flyers Over 6 (-110)

Red Wings ML (+135)

Canadiens vs Golden Knights Over 6.5 Goals (+104)

NHL Parlay odds: +815

Carolina Hurricanes vs Philadelphia Flyers Over 6 (-110)

A battle of high-powered offenses will take place when the Carolina Hurricanes travel to the Philadelphia Flyers today in what shapes up to be quite the entertaining matchup. The Canes rank inside the top 10 in the league in both goals per game (8th, 3.8) and shots (3rd, 34.8), while the Flyers are 12th in goals (3.4) and 5th in shots per contest (34.8).

Philadelphia has produced one of the better defenses in the league so far this season, but they’ve recently shown their vulnerability. They’ve surrendered at least 3 goals in 3 of their last 4 games, including 5+ in 2 of them. The over has gone 6-3 overall for Carolina this season, including 5-1 in games played on the road. Philly hasn’t had that same kind of trend on their side, but it should be noted that the over has been the result in back-to-back games for the Flyers. Take the over here.

Read our full Carolina Hurricanes vs Philadelphia Flyers predictions

Detroit Red Wings ML over New York Islanders (+135)

The Detroit Red Wings look to get back on track and put an end to their current 3-game losing skid when they go on the road to take on the New York Islanders. Even still, the Wings enter this matchup at a solid 5-3-1 and look to have the capabilities of a sleeper playoff team with the addition of Alex DeBrincat. Where they’ve struggled recently is on defense, as Detroit is allowing 3.1 goals per game and 30.4 shots, both placing them in the bottom half of the league. 

However, New York is averaging a lackluster 2.6 goals per contest, so this matchup should actually slightly favor the Red Wings. On top of that, even though the Islanders are sitting pretty at 2.7 goals allowed per game (8th in NHL), every other major defensive statistic has them as a below-average squad on defense. I like some streaks to snap tonight, with the Isles currently on a 2-game winning streak and the Wings having lost 3 in a row. Back Detroit on the road.

Target our expert’s best NHL player prop bets for tonight’s slate

Montreal Canadiens vs Vegas Golden Knights Over 6.5 (+104)

The nearly-perfect Vegas Golden Knights look to continue their strong start to this campaign tonight when they host the Montreal Canadiens. VGK shouldn’t have much of a problem picking up the win, but with the prices so steep pertaining to those kinds of markets, I’ll target the total. Vegas is scoring the 8th-most goals per game in the league at 3.7, while the Canadians aren’t too far behind them at 3.1.

The only factor that might throw off this pick is the fact that the Golden Knights have been elite on defense. Even still, Montreal has been so bad in that department that it might not matter, and most of the work can be done by Vegas’ offense. For the Canadians, the over has cashed in each of their last 3 contests. For VGK, in their last 5 games, the over is a solid 4-1. Regardless of the game’s result, I believe goals will be scored at a premium in this one, making it our best bet for this matchup.

Read our full Montreal Canadiens vs Vegas Golden Knights predictions

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