Best NHL Parlay Picks Today, Saturday 2/24: 3-Leg Parlay at mega +830 odds - Puck line value on late games

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Hockey fans are in for a big treat on Saturday with 13 games in the NHL. The action begins with the Blues visiting the Red Wings for a noon Eastern puck drop. Following that game are a dozen more spread out all through the afternoon, evening and night. This will be a day of hockey you will not want to miss. Try to knock out any chores or obligations you have early and efficiently so that you can take in as much of this NHL Saturday as possible!

Along with our NHL mega parlay, make sure you read our NHL predictions for today’s action.

NHL Parlay Picks (2/24)

Oilers -1.5 (+130)

Predators -1.5 (+110)

Kings -1.5 (-108)

NHL parlay odds: +830

Oilers -1.5 over Flames (+130)

This will be the 3rd matchup of the year between the Flames and the Oilers. Edmonton has won both games by a combined score of 8-3. The Oilers are the better team and have shown as much more than once this season, both head-to-head and in the broader scope of the league.

The Oilers have endured a bumpier road of late. Their 16-game winning streak was not going to last through the rest of the season anyway. But they are 3-1-1 in their last 5 games as of Friday and are back in solid form. Of their 33 wins entering Friday, Edmonton has won 24 of those games by 2+ goals. Typically when the Oilers win, they win big.

Predators -1.5 over Sharks (+110)

In their lone matchup against the Sharks this season, the Predators won 5-1. This is plain lopsided matchup in favor of the Predators and there is no reason they cannot run up the score again. The Sharks have 6 wins in their last 26 games dating back to December 15.

The Sharks have the worst goal differential in the NHL by 12 goals. They allow the most goals per game in the league and the score the second-fewest goals. Nashville is in a battle for a wild-card spot and will be playing with plenty of urgency. The Preds should be able to beat the Sharks handily yet again.

Kings -1.5 over Ducks (-108)

This is another game that is very lopsided on paper. Granted, most opponents of the Ducks have a massive advantage. The Kings have enjoyed a much needed good month. They are 6-2-0 in their last 8 games and firmly in the playoff race. This is a good team in good form that will play with an extra chip on its shoulder to continue keeping pace.

The Ducks are another bad team near the cellar in the NHL in the league standings, as well as in several key statistical categories. Los Angeles won the sole head-to-head matchup earlier this season by a score of 5-2. As long as the Kings do not completely mail it in on Saturday, they should be able to have a repeat performance.

Read our full analysis of Saturday’s 13-game slate.

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