Best NHL Parlay Picks Today, Saturday 2/10: 3-Leg Parlay at mega (+903 odds) Road teams roll in early matchups

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Last night’s light 3-game slate allowed hockey fans to gear up for today’s massive slate, which features 26 of 32 NHL teams on the ice! That means opportunities across the board, and we have several early afternoon games to enjoy. We have got some potential playoff matchups and some mismatches, and after breaking down the matchups I have come up with a 3-leg parlay that pays out at +903 odds.

Along with our NHL mega parlay, be sure to check out all of our NHL predictions for today’s action!

NHL parlay picks (2/10)

Stars -1.5 (+120)

Canucks 3-way ML (+120)

Avalanche ML (+110)

Parlay odds +903

Dallas Stars -1.5 (+120) over Montreal Canadiens

We have an inter-conference clash as one of the earliest games of the day. The puck drops in Montreal at 1:00 pm ET, and it’s the road team that ‘m backing — not the Canadiens. That would be the Dallas Stars, who I’m tipping your bounce back with a multi-goal win today. They recently suffered a tough 5-4 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs, but it was their first regulation loss in their last 7 games. 

It’s also important to keep in mind that the Leafs are a far superior team than the Habs. Montreal looks destined to miss the playoffs yet again, and although it is coming off a win, itself, the Stars can certainly bring them back down to Earth. Believe it or not, this is actually a bit of a revenge game for Dallas; Montreal actually upset them last month. However, each of the 2 matchups between these teams were multi-goal wins for the Stars. Let’s go with another one.

Vancouver Canucks 3-way ML (+120) over Detroit Red Wings

Another top contender in the Western Conference is the Vancouver Canucks. They, too, have an early matchup at 1:00 pm ET and are also a road team that I’m willing to back. We just saw the ‘Nucks have the most all-stars with 5 skaters and goaltender Thatcher Demko, and they have made the biggest splash thus far in terms of trades — acquiring Elias Lindholm from the Calgary Flames. He recorded 2 points in his first game with the new team, so it’s safe to say that he’s fitting right in. 

The Wings are making a playoff push this season, but Vancouver has been atop the Pacific Division from the start of the season — even ahead of the defending champion Vegas Golden Knights. They were just taken down by the Boston Bruins, but like the matchup above, their opponent tonight is clearly inferior to their recent opposition. This should be a high-scoring game, for sure, but the depth of Vancouver will likely get it over the edge — and in regulation.

Colorado Avalanche ML (+110) over Florida Panthers

This last play is one that some fans may consider a Stanley Cup Finals preview. The Avs won it all 2 seasons ago, while the Panthers were in it just last season. Both sit just one spot back in their respective divisions, and Colorado has come out of the all-star break as cold as ever. That’s quite surprising for them, but now in South Beach, they can heat back up. 

Florida was able to handle the Washington Capitals in their most recent contest, but that isn’t saying much given the Caps’ struggles to score this season. Like the Stars, the Avs also need a bit of revenge; they fell to the Panthers last month in a back-and-forth, high-scoring game. We have 2 all-star goalies on the ice, so we don’t expect another 12 goals — but I do expect Colorado to get back on track during this road trip. It’s time for Nathan MacKinnon to start up another point streak like his recent 17-game surge, so I like the Avs as small underdogs.

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