Best NHL Parlay Picks Today, Sunday 3/24: 3-Leg Parlay at mega +890 odds: Panthers break out of slump

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A double digit slate on a Sunday is rare for the NHL. But that is exactly what they are giving fans to cap off a great week of hockey. The first puck drops at 12:30PM ET in Washington D.C. between the Jets and Capitals. Games then go on all throughout the afternoon, evening, and night. With a few heavyweight matchups and also plenty of playoff hopefuls suited up on Sunday, this will be a day of hockey you will not want to miss.

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.

Oilers vs Senators over 6.5 (-130)

Panthers -1.5 (+150)

Stars -1.5 (+124)

NHL parlay odds: +890

Oilers vs Senators over 6.5 (-130)

Boasting arguably the best player on the planet, along one of the next best players on the planet, there is always potential for an Oilers offensive outburst. Edmonton has scored 23 goals in their last 5 games, they score the 4th most goals per game in the NHL, and have the 2nd best power play in the league.

The Senators, meanwhile, have plenty of offensive upside as well. But it is their lack of goal prevention thta has led to high totals lately. Ottawa has dropped 3 out of their last 4 games, all 4 games hit the over, they allowed 20 total goals in that span, and just scored 5 goals on Saturday. Their goal prevention vulnerability, their offensive upside, and the Oilers’ offensive ability all make a good recipe for an over.

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

Florida Panthers -1.5 over Philadelphia Flyers (+150)

With a mini slump this month, Florida will be battling to get back in the win column. There is not really an argument that the Panthers are the better team between the two. Hence, their -155 money line. But they will also have a chip on their shoulder in this one.

If a slump were not reason enough to play with an extra edge, the urgency is only heightened by the two wins in two games the Flyers have over the Panthers this season. Philadelphia has dropped 3 out of their last 5 and 5 out of their last 9. Look for Florida to come out with some jam and push for a convincing win and a team struggling a bit with consistency.

Dallas Stars -1.5 over Arizona Coyotes (+124)

Even for a puck line, the plus money here is too good of value to pass up. While the Coyotes have played better recently, they cannot remotely be relied on to stay in a game. The Stars have also had their number this season. Dallas has won 3 straight games, they are 8-2-0 in their last 10 games, and have beat Arizona in both head to head matchups this season, including in their current winning streak.

The Stars wins over the Coyotes this season have made it 6 straight wins now head to head. Dallas also has won 4 out of their last 5 road games. The Stars are the far superior, more reliable team. Unless they completely mail it in on Sunday, they should be able to take care of business just fine at plus money.

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