Four-pick cross-sport parlay for Saturday (+881 odds): NHL Playoffs, MLS and MLB
We have put together a 4-pick cross-sport parlay that will take you right through Saturday, including action from the NHL, MLS and MLB. One pick is taken from each sport with a second pick from the NHL. A winning ticket would give us a nice payout with odds of +881 at DraftKings. Let’s break down each of these plays.
NHL: Boston Bruins vs Carolina Hurricanes ML (-140), 4:30 pm ET
In each game of this series, the home team has come out victorious, and I’m going to ride with it happening again. Boston has the best player in the series in Brad Marchand, but Carolina has 8 players with more than 3 points, while only 4 on the Bruins do. Carolina has the better roster with a more consistent attack, and with the fans in the building giving them momentum, look for them to earn a crucial Game 7 win.
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NHL: Tampa Bay Lightning vs Toronto Maple Leafs ML (-125), 7:00 pm ET
If the Maple Leafs are going to take down the experienced veterans of the Lightning, their superstars are going to have to continue to step up. Game 7 may end up being on the back of Mitch Marner. Along with William Nylander, the Leafs have the all-star roster to storm past the Lightning.
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MLB: Houston Astros ML (-150) vs Washington Nationals, 7:05 pm ET
It’s tough to see a team that used to have Trea Turner at the plate and Max Scherzer on the mound fall so hard. The entire Nationals team seems to rely on Nelson Cruz and Juan Soto to overcome all of their weaknesses. One of those weaknesses is the lack of a great starting rotation. Erick Fedde is getting the call for Saturday night’s matchup and gets hit rather frequently. After a 2021 season that ended with a 5.47 ERA, 2022 hasn’t been much better. He’s pitched beyond 5 innings in only 1 of his 5 starts and was lit up by a weaker Diamondbacks lineup for 6 runs in a 3-inning start. Cristian Javier for the Astros has had only 2 starts, but has had 5 appearances while giving up just 2 total runs. With a clear advantage on the mound, look for the Astros to continue their win streak.
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MLS: Nashville SC tie no bet (-110) vs Houston Dynamo 8:30 pm ET
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