Best NHL Parlay Picks Today, Sunday 3/17: 3-Leg Parlay at mega +852 odds: Dial in on these 2 games

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This eventful week in the NHL ends with a modest 7-game slate. The action begins with a battle of New York with the Islanders and Rangers facing off at 1PM ET. Games continue from then on throughout the entirety of Sunday. With multiple teams playing for playoff lives on a full half-day slate, this will be a nice Sunday of NHL hockey for fans to take in.

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.

Red Wings ML and over 6.5 (+325)

Blues -1.5 (+124)

NHL parlay odds: +852

Detroit Red Wings ML and over 6.5 (+325)

The Red Wings have shown far more upside this season to the tune of possessing a playoff spot with 15 games remaining in the regular season. The Penguins, meanwhile, are barely over .500 and have been a punching bag of late. Among a couple of struggling teams, Detroit is the more reliable play.

With a Red Wings win, the over has a good look. The over has hit in 4 out of Pittsburgh’s last 6 games played at home, as well as in 5 out of the last 6 played head to head. Both teams have struggled to keep the puck out of the net lately, resulting in high scores. The pure matchup and trends indicate more of the same.

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

St. Louis Blues -1.5 (+124)

The Blues are one of the more confusing teams in the NHL this year. They will not really go away. While St. Louis has been largely unremarkable this season, they are 4 points out of a playoff spot with just one team to jump. They have a favorable matchup and will be playing with plenty of urgency.

St. Louis has won a much-needed 3 straight games against the Bruins, Kings, and Wild. That is a nice little run against good teams. Facing the lowly Ducks “should be” business as usual. Anaheim has lost 5 straight and is a doormat in the NHL. Look for the Blues to collect an important 2 points with authority.

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