Best NHL Parlay Picks Today, Saturday 2/17: 3-Leg Parlay at mega (+966 odds) Bruins bounce back at home

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There is never a shortage of NHL action on Saturdays, and today is no different. Hockey fans get to enjoy a massive 13-game slate, which includes inter-conference clashes, potential playoff previews and much more. It also includes several afternoon matchups, so we don’t have to wait long for the first puck drop. Therefore, we don’t want to waste any time diving into our best NHL parlay picks for today.

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

NHL Parlay Picks (2/17)

Bruins 3-way ML (+100)

Oilers ML (-105)

Predators 3-way ML (+160)

Parlay odds +966

Boston Bruins 3-way ML (+100) over Los Angeles Kings

Speaking of afternoon games, the first leg of our NHL parlay is focused on the very first matchup of the day. It’s even a morning matchup for Los Angeles Kings fans, but we’re going to be backing the Boston Bruins. They are currently going through a very rare rough patch, as they’ve now lost three straight games. However, given what they’ve shown over the past year and a half, we’re not going to jump ship just yet. TD Garden is still one of the most hostile places to play, and the Kings are not going to be thrilled with a 12:30 pm ET start time, which is 9:30 am for them. 

Even with their recent losses, they are still tied for the Atlantic Division lead, and the Kings are as inconsistent as they come. While they’re coming off a win, it was an uninspiring 2-1 victory, and it’s their game prior that we’re most concerned about. That was an embarrassing 7-0 loss to the Buffalo Sabres, who are far from playoff positioning and shouldn’t be shutting out any team. Boston is still allowing the 4th-fewest goals per game; look for this team to bounce back.

Edmonton Oilers ML (-105) over Dallas Stars

Our experts’ preseason Stanley Cup pick was on Connor McDavid and the Oilers, but their start certainly created doubts. However, their winning streak was the talk of the town heading into the All-Star Weekend, and although they didn’t end up breaking the record, they’re still 17-3 over their last 20 games. One of those losses was earlier this week, but we trust them to get back on track against the Stars. 

Admittedly, Dallas is a top contender themselves, so this is a bit of a Western Conference Finals preview. Regardless, the hot hand is still up in Edmonton, and they need to get their revenge for early in the season. Prior to the head coaching change, they lost to the Stars by a single goal. Dallas has been beating up on lesser teams like the Canadiens, Ducks and Sabres in some of their recent wins, so the Oilers offensive firepower should be just a bit too much to handle, so we’re taking Edmonton on the regular ML.

Nashville Predators 3-way ML (+160) over St. Louis Blues

Last up is a classic Central Division rivalry, and one that could prove extremely meaningful down the stretch. The Preds and Blues are in the middle of the pack in the division, but this looks to be a solid buy low, sell high spot. Nashville was just beat up by the aforementioned Stars, while St. Louis took down aforementioned Oilers. However, those games were far more like outliers than they were the norm.

We do not expect a great goaltender like Predator Juuse Saros to have another poor performance, while we expect the Blues to struggle keeping Nashville from finding the back of the net. In the past 2 meetings between these teams, the Preds have outscored St. Louis by a score of 14-4. The most recent was a lopsided 8-3 victory, which was also a road game for Saros and the guys. This is where we’re really adding the value to the parlay.

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