Best NHL Parlay Picks Today, Monday 3/11: 3-Leg Parlay at mega +1060 odds: Bruins bully the Blues in Boston

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Our new week begins with just 4 games on the NHL slate, but with the Stanley Cup playoffs now just a little over a month away, each and every game matters that much more. That’s without even mentioning that we have a great Metropolitan Division rivalry to begin the night. We’ve got 3 of the 4 games going on tonight in our NHL parlay picks, so let’s break down each one. Along with our NHL mega parlay, be sure to check out all of our NHL predictions for today’s action!

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NHL Parlay Picks (3/11)

Bruins ML & Over 5.5 (+140)

Jets ML (-205)

Kings ML & Under 5.5 (+225)

NHL parlay odds: +1060

Boston Bruins ML over St. Louis Blues & Over 5.5 (+140)

Of the two early games, we’re focused on the one at TD Garden with the Boston Bruins hosting the St. Louis Blues to get our NHL parlay picks started. After a brief skid that involved many overtime games, the Bruins are coming off back-to-back wins in which they outscored opponents 9-2. That includes a 4-1 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs, who are one of the Stanley Cup favorites. 

Each of those games were also at home, where Boston is known to excel. Admittedly, we expected the Bruins to be a bit more active at the trade deadline, but they’re still behind only the Florida Panthers for the best record in the entire Eastern Conference. This is also a matchup that they’ve excelled in, specifically, in high-scoring fashion, winning each of the last two meetings with seven total goals scored. The Blues are also on a 3-game losing streak, so we see that trend continuing.

Winnipeg Jets ML over Washington Capitals (-205)

Before you get concerned about seeing an expensive money line pick, we’re able to make this play thanks to the great value in our other NHL parlay picks. Therefore, we can keep things nice and simple and back the Jets on home ice. After all, they’re the ones with their eyes on the postseason, and even a possible Central Division crown, while the Caps are already looking ahead to the offseason. 

That was made clear when Washington traded away longtime-Cap Evgeny Kuznetsov at the deadline, who has been alongside Alex Ovechkin for seemingly forever. On the complete opposite end of the spectrum, Winnipeg acquired Tyler Toffoli from the New Jersey Devils to bolster their top 3 lines for a potential Stanley Cup run. That’s all without mentioning that Jets goaltender Connor Hellebuyck is one of the best in the NHL – Winnipeg is allowed the 2nd-fewest goals per game. With the Caps scoring the 4th-fewest goals per game, we’re confidently adding the Jets to our NHL parlay picks for today.


Los Angeles Kings ML over New York Islanders & Under 5.5 (+210)

Wrapping things up is the nightcap out west in Los Angeles, where we’re backing the Kings to put an end to the Islanders 6-game winning streak. That’s never anything to scoff at, but their last 2 wins came against the San Jose Sharks and Anaheim Ducks. The Kings are coming off a loss themselves, but overall, they have been excellent since making a head-coaching change and are now in a prime position to earn a postseason berth. 

In fact, they may even snag one of the top-3 spots in the Pacific Division and force the defending-champion Vegas Golden Knights into a Wild Card spot. Whether that comes to fruition or not, we’re just focused on a win tonight. These cross-conference foes don’t meet often, but they already have this season, which was a 3-2 win for the Kings. That was prior to the head-coaching change and was also in New York. Lastly, LA is allowing the 3rd-fewest goals per game, so it’s the Kings in a low-scoring win that close out our NHL parlay picks for today.

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