Best NHL parlay picks, Tuesday 10/24: 3-leg parlay at mega +927 odds - All 32 teams in action

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Sandwiched in between a couple of single-game NHL slates on Monday and Wednesday is this huge 16-game schedule. With that, all 32 teams are suited up. Hockey fans will be treated to constant NHL action beginning at 6:00 pm ET that will go all through the night. A schedule like this takes away a bit of the sting of being a Tuesday. Along with plenty to watch tonight, there is also plenty to bet on.

If you’re looking to have some betting action, check out our NHL mega parlay at +927 odds below. You can also read our NHL predictions for picks on every game today.

Maple Leafs -1.5 (+140)

Sabres vs Senators Over 7 (+100)

Bruins -1.5 (+140)

NHL mega parlay odds: +927

Toronto Maple Leafs -1.5 over Washington Capitals (+140)

It is looking like this season may be a tough one for the Capitals. They are 1-2-1 and through 4 games have been outscored a combined 15-6. Their leading scorers have just 3 points. There are 5 players on the Maple Leafs that have 4 or more points and another 3 players that have 3 points. Toronto is the deeper, better team in this game. The Leafs have been just okay to start this season but should not have much trouble with the Caps.

The Maple Leafs have had the Capitals’ number over the last couple of seasons. Toronto is 5-1 in the last 6 head-to-head matchups. Over that span, the Maple Leafs have outscored the Capitals 26-17 for an average score of 4.33-2.83. That is an average win by 1.5 goals for those counting. This looks to be potentially the most lopsided H2H matchup between these teams in the last couple years. This +140 number is great value.

Read our full Toronto Maple Leafs vs Washington Capitals predictions

Buffalo Sabres vs Ottawa Senators Over 7 (+100)

The Sabres and Senators are a couple of teams that both score and allow goals and bunches. Last season the Sabres scored the 3rd-most goals in the NHL and allowed the 7th most. They have most of last year’s team still intact and should be one of the more productive teams again this year. Their opponents the Senators have scored an average of 4.2 goals per game early on in 2023-24, which is good for T-3rd in the league.

There is enough offense on both of these teams to give the over appeal. They both have given up an average of 3 goals per game thus far, as well. That combination of solid goal scoring and weaker goal prevention is a great recipe for a high total. The Senators have yet to play a game under a total of 7 goals. The pure matchup of this game looks good for the over, even at a total of 7. The plus money for this one, as well, gives it solid value.

Make sure to also check out our NHL Best Bets for tonight’s slate

Boston Bruins -1.5 over Chicago Blackhawks (+114)

The Bruins and Blackhawks have already played in a game that Boston won 3-1. The Bruins look like they have picked up right where they left off the regular season last year. They are 5-0-0 and have won by 2+ goals in 4 out of those 5 games. Boston is the stronger team in this matchup — and that’s an understatement. The Bruins’ strong form out of the gate this season only reinforces their favorable matchup. There is a good chance the B’s run up the score against a weaker team.

The Blackhawks have played hard but are ultimately 2-4-0 and just lost Taylor Hall for a few weeks. The glass half full for Chicago is that it has  played a very tough schedule to start the season. It will not get any easier on Tuesday facing a great Bruins team and being without their first-line winger. The Blackhawks’ losses have been by a combined 9 goals, which is an average loss by 2.25 goals per game. In the past couple seasons, when Chicago loses it loses big. Tuesday looks to bring more of the same.

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