Best NHL Parlay Picks Today, Tuesday 11/14: 3-Leg Parlay at mega +1180 odds: Knights stay golden

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After completing a thrilling weekend that saw phenom Connor Bedard continue living up to the hype with back-to-back multi-goal games, we had just 2 games on the board to begin the week. However, we’re back with a strong 9-game slate on the ice tonight. We have a few close matchups and a few that are expected to be rather one-sided. To help you find the best value out there, we’ve provided our experts’ best NHL parlay picks for tonight. Along with our NHL mega parlay, be sure to check out all of our NHL predictions for today’s action!

NHL Parlay Picks (11/14)

Golden Knights -1.5 (+155)

Predators -1.5 (+140)

Lightning 3-way ML (+110)

NHL parlay odds: +1180

Vegas Golden Knights -1.5 over Washington Capitals (+155)

It’s safe to say that the defending Stanley Cup champions did not have a hangover following their first title win in the franchise’s brief history. The Golden Knights began the season 11-0-1 and still have the NHL’s best record at 12-2-1. They’re coming off a dominant 5-0 victory, albeit against a historically bad San Jose Sharks team. However, tonight’s opponent hasn’t exactly been a world-beater either. 

The Capitals may have a winning record, but they’ve looked shaky at best. Washington is still the 2nd-lowest scoring team in the league, which is going to make pulling off the upset rather difficult, given that Vegas has allowed the 2nd-fewest goals per game. This is also a matchup that hasn’t gone well for the Caps historically. Granted, the history is rather brief, but the Knights have won 5 straight against Washington, and the most recent of those was a convincing 6-2 win. We expect a similar performance tonight to get our NHL parlay picks started.

Read our full Vegas Golden Knights vs Washington Capitals predictions

Nashville Predators -1.5 over Anaheim Ducks (+140)

We’re going to head just a bit west for our second pick, which is a Western Conference clash between teams that generally have far different expectations as of late. Prior to last season, the Preds looked poised to be a threat in the conference for the foreseeable future, while the Ducks looked set to be at the bottom of the league for quite a while. Admittedly, Anaheim looks to be turning things around, but we also don’t feel like all the pieces are there quite yet. 

This is an opportunity for Nashville to end this 3-game losing streak, especially given that they’re in the early stages of a 5-game home stand. Like the first of our NHL parlay picks, the history between these teams also demonstrates a trend. The Preds have won 6 straight against Anaheim, and 3 of the last 4 were even on the road. Nashville is a team known to be much stronger at home, and we expect the Ducks inflated power player percentage to regress to the mean over the next month or so.

Tampa Bay Lightning 3-way ML over St. Louis Blues (+110)

Finally, we’re going to wrap things up with an inter-conference matchup with two rather recent Stanley Cup winners. However, it’s Tampa going for their 4th appearance in the past 5 seasons, while the Blues have certainly taken a turn downward as of 2 seasons ago. We’ve picked on them a fair amount since trading away several solid skaters at the trade deadline last season, and that seemed to have altered their identity. 

They were once feared as a very physical team that didn’t rely on one superstar. Just 2 seasons ago, they had a whopping 9 skaters with at least 20 goals, several of whom are no longer on the team. As for Tampa, they may not look like a Stanley Cup contender just yet, but they’re simply treading water until goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy is healthy. However, with the Blues being a bottom-10 team in terms of goal-scoring, they aren’t the squad to take advantage of his absence. Therefore, we’ll round out our NHL parlay picks with the Lightning taking care of business within regulation.

Read our full Tampa Bay Lightning vs St. Louis Blues predictions

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