Best NHL parlay picks today, Wednesday 11/1: 3-leg parlay at mega +915 odds - Ducks dice up the Coyotes

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After just 2 games on the ice last night, we have another light slate with just 4 games tonight. However, it’s just gearing us up for a huge 12-game on Thursday, so let’s make the most of what we have. We’re here to help do so by piecing together our favorite NHL parlay picks for a mega payout. There are conference clashes and even a divisional battle to target, so let’s get into our top plays.

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

NHL Parlay Picks (11/1)

Flyers ML (+100)

Avalanche -1.5 (+105)

Ducks 3-way ML (+155)

Parlay odds +915

Philadelphia Flyers ML (+100) over Buffalo Sabres

The first game of the night is one of those conference clashes, as the Flyers are hosting the Sabres. Both teams are looking to finally make it back to the playoffs, but both find themselves in the bottom half of their respective divisions. However, Philly got off to a strong start to the year, winning 3 of its first 4 games — including each of the first 2 at home. That’s where the Flyers will be to host a Sabres team that is getting a bit more love than deserved due to their last time on the ice. 

There’s no doubt it was an impressive win over the Colorado Avalanche, but I would treat that as more of an outlier than the norm. They still have rookie Devon Levi as the top goaltender, which is not great news when Carter Hart is on the other end of the night. The Flyers may not have the most explosive offense, but Hart has the ability to carry them through Buffalo. When these teams met at the tail end of last season, it was a 3-goal victory for Philly and we only need them on the money line tonight for the first leg of our NHL parlay picks.

Colorado Avalanche -1.5 (+105) over St. Louis Blues

I mentioned the Avs already, and they are in a prime spot to bounce back from 2 straight losses. Those came after a 6-0-0 start to the season, and both were on the road. Now they get to be back in Denver and host a team I was exceptionally low on to begin the season. That would be the St. Louis Blues, who just 2 seasons ago had a handful of 20-goal-scorers. Since then they have gutted their roster and become one of the worst goaltending teams in the NHL. They were riding high after a shocking 3-0 win over the Calgary Flames, but we have seen how those Flames have been fizzling out. 

The Blues were quickly brought back down to Earth with a 5-0 loss by the hands of the Vancouver Canucks, and most fans would agree the Avs have far more firepower with Nathan MacKinnon and company. Therefore it’s no surprise to find out that Colorado has won each of the last 3 games between these division rivals — and 2 of the most recent were by at least 2 goals. I’m expecting more of the same tonight.

Anaheim Ducks 3-way ML (+155) over Arizona Coyotes

A classic late-night Western Conference battle is between the Ducks and Coyotes, which has recently been a fight for not being the worst team in the entire league. However, Anaheim is ready to rid that stigma from their franchise behind a solid start led by Frank Vatrano. The winger out of Massachusetts already has 2 hat tricks on the year and has the Ducks in the midst of a 4-game winning streak. 

The most impressive part of the streak is that those were all road games, and it featured a win over the likes of the Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh Penguins. They will be back on home ice looking for revenge, as Arizona actually handed the Ducks one of their losses this season. However, the ‘Yotes went on to lose back-to-back games following that victory, allowing 11 goals in the process. Anaheim also took down the Coyotes in each of their first 2 meetings last season, outscoring them 7-3. This may not be the most exciting game of the week, but the Ducks can get things done in regulation.

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