NHL Tuesday mega parlay (+912 odds): Flyers soar past Coyotes
Tuesday brings us a jam-packed slate of 9 NHL games. The action gets started with 3 games at 7:00pm ET, with the final game of the night getting started at 10:30pm ET. It should be a great night of hockey, so we are putting together a 3-leg parlay to make things a little more interesting. Along with this parlay, be sure to check out all of our game previews for each matchup tonight.
This parlay is paying out north of 9/1 odds on FanDuel Sportsbook.
Flyers -1.5 (+110)
Red Wings ML (+115)
Sabres ML (+125)
Let’s break it down one leg at a time.
Philadelphia Flyers -1.5 (+110) over Arizona Coyotes
The Coyotes are a miserable 0-8-1, and a complete lack of offense is the main reason why. Arizona is averaging a measly 1.44 goals per game, which ranks dead last in the league. They are also dead last in terms of shots per game, with an average of 24.7 per contest. Things are just as bad defensively. Arizona ranks dead last in goals allowed, giving up an average of 4.22 goals per game.
Philadelphia is 4-2-1 on the young season, but they suffered a 4-0 defeat to the Calgary Flames in their last outing. They will be looking to bounce back in order to avoid back-to-back losses for the first time this season. Seven of Arizona’s 8 losses in regulation time have been by multiple goals, so they haven’t really been keeping games close. Back the Flyers on the puck line -1.5 at home.
Be sure to check out our full game preview for Arizona Coyotes vs Philadelphia Flyers
Detroit Red Wings ML (+115) over Montreal Canadiens
Offensively, the Red Wings are clicking as they currently rank top 12 in goals and goals per game and 5th in expected goals per 60. The Canadiens are a different story. They just wrapped up a West Coast road trip, going 1-3, and being outscored 14-5 in those losses. They rank in the bottom 6 in goals, goals per game, goals against and goals against per game. The advanced stats also rank them low, putting them in the bottom third in both expected goals for and against per 60. They also just sent their top rookie, Cole Caulfield, who helped with their Stanley Cup appearance last year, to the minor leagues as he has had only 1 point in 10 games this season. Montreal is off to a 2-8-0 start, and it’s a bit surprising to see them favored at this price. The value is on Detroit.
Be sure to check out our full game preview for Detroit Red Wings vs Montreal Canadiens
Buffalo Sabres ML (+125) over San Jose Sharks
Buffalo has been surprising this year and not many people are expecting the good start to stick. But for now, they know they have an opportunity to collect some more points against a very beatable team. Buffalo has 8 players with at least a half-point per game. Of those players, 3 are defensemen. Buffalo also has 11 players with a positive plus-minus. They’re playing with a decent balance up and down the lineup. At least more balanced than San Jose early on. So far, Buffalo has scored more goals per game and given up less goals per game than San Jose. Look for the Sabres to pick up a road win in this one.
Be sure to check out our full game preview for Buffalo Sabres vs San Jose Sharks