Best NHL Parlay Picks Today, Sunday 4/28: 3-Leg Parlay at mega (+926 odds) Desperate teams dish out revenge

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After a full day of Stanley Cup playoff action yesterday, we’re back with another full 4-game slate today to close out the weekend. Speaking of closing things out, the New York Rangers will be looking to do just that by sweeping the Washington Capitals. They’re a part of our NHL parlay picks for today, so let’s get into all 3 legs that could provide a mega payout.

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

NHL Parlay Picks (4/28)

Jets ML (+140)

Predators ML (-122)

Rangers -1.5 (+135)

Parlay odds +926

Winnipeg Jets ML (+140) over Colorado Avalanche

The first game of the afternoon has the puck drop at 2:30 PM ET, and it’s one where the Winnipeg Jets are in need of a win before heading back to their own barn for Game 5. It was a heart-breaking loss in Game 3, especially with how great things looked in such a difficult place to play like Colorado. That may come as a surprise if you weren’t able to watch the game and only saw the 6-2 final score, but Kyle Connor and company were in great position to steal a road win and take a 2-1 series lead. They were up 2-1 in the final period before an absolute surge came from the Avs and they scored 5 goals by 5 different skaters. 

Expecting that to happen against Connor Hellebuyck between the pipes in back-to-back games seems quite far-fetched, and let’s not forget how great he was against Colorado this season. In their 3 regular season matchups, we saw Winnipeg win all 3 by final scores of 4-2, 6-2 and 7-0. There’s no denying that the Avs offense has picked up in this series, so you could consider a high-scoring game instead, but with such great plus-money odds, we’re taking the Jets money line as part of our NHL parlay picks for today.

Nashville Predators ML (-122) over Vancouver Canucks

Another team that had every right to win their Game 3 was the Nashville Predators, who will be back on home ice for today’s Game 4. Admittedly, we were high on the Canucks entering this series, but it has been far more even than we anticipated. Vancouver fell in Game 2 after having nearly 70 shots either blocked or just missed. We didn’t expect that type of performance to hold them back again, but they recorded just 12 shots on goal in Game 3! 

That was a franchise record low, and they were just the 3rd team since 2000 to win a playoff game with that few shots on goal. In other words, if not for a couple lucky bounces for their 2 goals, it would have been a far worse result for them. Expect another low-scoring contest but one in which the Preds can even things up at 2-2 before heading back up to Canada. 

New York Rangers -1.5 (+135) over Washington Capitals

We mentioned the Rangers before even diving into our NHL parlay picks for today, and they’ll be looking to send the Caps home nice and early. It would be nice to do it in front of their home crowd at Madison Square Garden, but an early series win, and extra rest is far more important. As much joy as Alex Ovechkin has brought Washington fans throughout his career, they are simply not a playoff team. 

All metrics pointed to them missing the postseason this year, and if not for the epic collapse by the Philadelphia Flyers to close out the regular season, they would almost certainly not be here. They rank 27th or worse out of 32 teams in several major categories, and it has shown in this series. Other than scoring first in Game 2, they have shown very little in terms of even being competitive, losing the other 2 games by a combined score of 7-2. New York is looking to break the Presidents’ Trophy curse this year, and it starts by sweeping the Caps tonight.

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