Best NHL Parlay Picks Today, Sunday 4/7: 3-Leg Parlay at mega (+910 odds) Playoff hopefuls make their push

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As if an 11-game Saturday wasn’t exciting enough, we have 9 more on the slate today to finish off the weekend. We saw more teams clinch playoff berths yesterday, but we still have some extremely tight Wild Card races in play. There are just 2 weekends left in the regular season, so although we have some meaningless games like Coyotes vs. Sharks, there is still plenty to get excited about. With that in mind, let’s get into our best NHL parlay picks for today.

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

Red Wings 3-way ML (+115)

Wild -1.5 (+125)

Capitals 3-way ML (+125)

Parlay odds +910

Detroit Red Wings 3-way ML (+115) over Buffalo Sabres

We’re not wasting any time getting our NHL parlay picks for today started, as we’re targeting the very first game on the slate. The 1 PM ET matchup features Atlantic Division rivals that have each been trying to get back to the Stanley Cup playoffs, but that is only a realistic chance for the Detroit Red Wings this season. Meanwhile, the Sabres have been out playing spoiler as of late. In their last 2 games, they’ve taken down 2 of the other teams in the Eastern Conference Wild Card race – the Washington Capitals and Philadelphia Flyers. 

However, we expect them to get brought back down to Earth today. The Wings have been facing the best in the East recently, so things haven’t come easy, but they were still able to take down the Tampa Bay Lightning in that recent stretch. Regardless, they’ve won 2 of 3 meetings with the Sabres this season, with both of the victories coming by multiple goals. With more motivation and on home ice, we’re backing future Hall-of-Famer Patrick Kane and the Wings with our NHL parlay picks.

Minnesota Wild -1.5 (+110) over Chicago Blackhawks

Our next target may not be a game with playoff implications, but you would think it would be given the Minnesota Wild are involved. However, they haven’t had their best season, but their matchup is simply impossible to ignore. Admittedly, we faded them yesterday against the Winnipeg Jets, which worked out well, but we’re jumping back on Kirill Kaprizov and company thanks to a game against the Chicago Blackhawks. Despite the excitement the rookie phenom Connor Bedard has brought to the ice, they’re still one of the worst teams in the NHL. 

They too were on the ice yesterday, so the rest situation is the same on both sides. What isn’t the same for both teams is how these meetings have fared. Minnesota has now won a ridiculous 11 straight games against the Blackhawks, and to say that they have been dominant would be an understatement. In the last five meetings, Chicago has scored either just 1 or 2 goals, and they’ve scored more than 2 goals just twice over that 11-game stretch. Therefore, we’re confident backing the Wild with our NHL parlay picks.

Washington Capitals 3-way ML (+125) over Ottawa Senators

Our NHL parlay picks wrap up with a team that we mentioned already – the Capitals. They’re among the handful fighting for one of the Eastern Conference Wild Card spots, but recently fell to the aforementioned Sabres. Now, they get to face another Atlantic Division team that has been far less threatening. Buffalo still has a great top line that can score with the best of them, but the Ottawa Senators don’t have much behind a volume shooter in Brady Tkachuk. 

That was on full display just yesterday, as they were down 3-0 after just the first period against the New Jersey Devils. That’s a bad sign given their weak goaltending, and the Caps actually have more to play for. They were also off yesterday, which is an advantage in itself, along with being on home ice. When these teams met about 6 weeks ago, it was a convincing 3-goal victory for Washington, so we’re closing out our NHL parlay picks for today with the Caps in regulation.

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