Best NHL Parlay Picks Today, Saturday 3/30: 3-Leg Parlay at mega +902 odds: Panthers deal Red Wings a dagger

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Saturday brings the largest slate in the NHL in more than 2 months. All but 4 teams are suited up as there are 15 games on tap for fans to enjoy. The action begins at 12:30PM ET in a huge game between the Red Wings and Panthers. Following that puck drop, games continue all throughout the afternoon, evening, and night. This is another fantastic day in the sports world and the NHL is a big contributor.

Let’s get into my 3-leg NHL parlay for today’s action, and you can also find out our experts’ NHL predictions for tonight’s big matchups.

Panthers ML and Over 6 (+146)

Rangers -1.5 (+124)

Blues -1.5 (-122)

NHL parlay odds: +902

Panthers ML over Red Wings and Over 6 (+146)

Florida has won 2 out of the 3 head-to-head games this year with a +5 goal differential. The Red Wings have been vulnerable, as they have won just 3 out of their last 11 games. Detroit has also dropped 8 straight on the road, as well as 11 out of the last 12 against Florida. This is a good spot for the Panthers.

The over has a good look in this matchup, as well. The total has gone over in 4 out of the Red Wings’ last 6 games and is 41-31-1 on their season, including 21-15 on the road. Detroit’s recent volatility, along with its overs trends all season, give the over plenty of appeal. Florida, meanwhile, has uncharacteristically been prone to allowing goals in bunches of late. Pure matchup and recent trends lean toward a higher total.

You can also read our full analysis of Saturday’s NHL slate.

Rangers -1.5 over Coyotes (+124)

The Rangers are very good. There is no way around it. They sit atop the NHL with 102 points, a playoff spot clinched, are 20-4-1 in their last 25 games and have won 4 straight. The Rangers would have a favorable matchup against just about any team in the NHL right now, let alone the Coyotes.

The Coyotes have shown some life lately, but are far from reliable. They are facing an opponent that has won 4 games in a row over the Bruins, Panthers, Flyers and Avalanche. Until or unless the Rangers prove otherwise, they are a reliable play right now. Despite decent form lately, the Coyotes do not look like a team that will slow down the Rangers.

Blues -1.5 over Sharks (-122)

The exact inverse of the team mentioned above, the Sharks are very, very bad. They sit in the cellar of the NHL rather comfortably. San Jose is winless in its last 9 games and has 1 win in its last 19. Of the 18 losses during that span, the Sharks lost 12 of those games by 2+ goals. They are 32-40 against the spread this season, including 16-21 on the road.

The Blues, on the other hand, have won 7 out of their last 9 games as well as 6 out of their last 8 at home. St. Louis is 44-29 against the spread this season, including 25-11 at home. The Blues are fighting for a playoff spot and should come out with plenty of urgency to win and win big.

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