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Monday NHL three-team mega parlay (+1393 odds): Calgary looks to win second straight against Senators

Monday NHL three-team mega parlay (+1393 odds): Calgary looks to win second straight against Senators

It’s a new week in the NHL, and we’ve got a massive seven-game slate on Monday. We’ve got a three-leg mega parlay to kick off the week, going with three puck lines at plus money to give us a big potential payout.

Before I reveal this mega parlay, don’t forget to check out our picks for the side and total on every NHL game first. We’ve been on a roll this hockey season, and our experts are on fire right now. Don’t miss out on their picks for all seven of today’s games.

Here’s our three-team mega parlay for Monday:

Calgary Flames -1.5 (+145)

St. Louis Blues -1.5 (+165)

Colorado Avalanche -1.5 (+130)

Parlay odds: +1393

For this play, we’ve got three favorites on the puck line. Let’s break each of them down.

Calgary Flames -1.5 (+145)

After an embarrassing loss on Thursday, the Flames bounced back with a dominant win of their own on Saturday where they eventually won 6-3. Jacob Markstrom, Calgary’s starting netminder, has been injured for the last four games, but he’s on pace to start Monday. However, if he’s not, they’ve still had some solid games from backup David Rittich who has a .907 SVP. Ottawa has allowed the most goals in the NHL, allowing 3.96 goals per game and they have the worst goal differential at -30. The Flames are on the outside looking in, in terms of a playoff spot, they need to capitalize on their games against Ottawa to pad their stats. The Flames scored six goals on Saturday for the first time since February 6, playing the Sens may have rejuvenated their group and they’ll be looking to carry that momentum into Monday.

Be sure to also check out our full-game preview for Calgary Flames vs. Ottawa Senators.

St. Louis Blues -1.5 (+165)

The Blues have a goals for average of 3.14 this season as they average 30.9 shots per game. Their offense is starting to pick up as Ryan O’Reilly has five points in his last four games and linemate Jordan Kyrou is having a breakout year and has four points in his last four games. Brayden Schenn has four points in his last five games on the second line and Mike Hoffman has five points in his last five games on the third line. Anaheim is on a six-game losing streak and is a brutal 3-5-3 at home this season. They sit last in goals for per game at only 1.95 and have the third-worst power play in the league at 10.4 percent.

Be sure to also check out our full-game preview for St. Louis Blues vs. Anaheim Ducks.

Colorado Avalanche -1.5 (+130)

The Colorado Avalanche is entering this game riding a two-game win streak. Forward Nathan Mackinnon has points in two straight games, and Mikko Rantanen has points in three straight. They have a very deep forward group and have four lines that all have the ability to score goals. Their depth heavily outmatches that of the San Jose Sharks. Netminder, Philipp Grubauer, is slated to get the start for the Avalanche. He has been extremely good this season, posting a 10-5-0 record, with a 2.01 GAA and .923 SVP. As of now, the Sharks are allowing the second-most goals per game in the league, with 3.89. Outside of a few forwards, they do not pose much of a threat to score goals. The Avalanche are a much better team than the Sharks and should dominate this game.

Be sure to also check out our full-game preview for Colorado Avalanche vs. San Jose Sharks.

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Last updated: Mon 1st March 2021

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