Best NHL Parlay Picks Today, Saturday 4/6: 3-Leg Parlay at mega (+1089 odds) Jets fly through Minnesota

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We have just 2 Saturdays left of NHL action in terms of the regular season, so let’s make the most of it. Today features a handful of afternoon action with 11 games in total, and of course, Stanley Cup playoff berths and improved seeding are still on the table. We have got 2 of the Eastern Conference’s best going head-to-head and some divisional rivalries, so let’s get into my best NHL parlay picks for today.

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

NHL Parlay Picks (4/6)

Jets 3-way ML (+125)

Maple Leafs -1.5 (+125)

Predators 3-way ML (+135)

Parlay odds +1089

Winnipeg Jets 3-way ML (+125) over Minnesota Wild

The first leg features one of those aforementioned divisional rivalries, with this one being the Central Division. The top 3 teams — the Dallas Stars, Winnipeg Jets and Colorado Avalanche — have been fighting for the title all season and have already clinched their playoff berths. On the flip side, the Minnesota Wild have been one of the more disappointing teams of 2023-24; they are going to miss the playoffs despite being one of the favorites to rival the Avs in the division.

Their struggles and the Jets’ impressive year have been perfectly illustrated when these teams go head-to-head, as Winnipeg has won each of the last 4 matchups. The most recent was a 3-goal victory about 6 weeks ago, and 3 of those 4 wins have come by multiple goals. That type of dominance makes me even more confident taking them just to win in regulation.

Toronto Maple Leafs -1.5 (+125) over Montreal Canadiens

Next up is another divisional matchup, but it’s tough to call it a rivalry as of late. It’s actually one of the historically classic matchups between Canadian teams, but it’s been the Toronto Maple Leafs with the far better teams since those old school matchups. That’s why I’m willing to take them on the puck line even with them on the road. They have quite a bit of work to do and would need some help to catch the Boston Bruins and Florida Panthers in the Atlantic Division, but as they haven’t technically clinched a playoff berth yet, I’m not worried about a lack of motivation. 

Meanwhile, the Montreal Canadiens are tied with the fewest points in the Atlantic. Like the Jets and Wild, they have lost 4 straight to the Leafs. The first 2 of those came by a combined score of 12-2, so it’s safe to say that Toronto has been in complete control. This is also a chance for them to get right after a loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning, so I’m putting our trust in Auston Matthews as he still holds out hope for a remarkable 70-goal season.

Nashville Predators 3-way ML (+135) over New York Islanders

The Nashville Predators and New York Islanders are 2 teams in the heat of their respective wild-card races, and they couldn’t be any tighter. Both tend to be a part of low-scoring games, so consider that approach, as well. However, I’m rolling with the Preds. After being one of the hottest teams in March going 9-2-2, they put themselves in postseason contention after it was seemingly very unlikely. 

Things haven’t been as great lately, but they were able to get back on track 2 nights ago with a 3-goal win over the St. Louis Blue — a divisional rival trying to play spoiler. New York has beaten up on 2 of the worst teams in the NHL in the Chicago Blackhawks and Columbus Blue Jackets, but this will be a step up in class. And — saving the best for last — the Preds have won 10 straight against the Islanders.

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