Panthers vs Rangers Prediction & Same Game Parlay picks: Vincent Trocheck rallies the Rangers at +410 odds

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After nearly pulling off back-to-back sweeps in the first 2 rounds of the 2024 Stanley Cup playoffs, the New York Rangers were stunned at home by the Florida Panthers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals, losing 3-0. They’ll look to bounce back in Madison Square Garden again tonight, and we’ve provided our best Panthers vs Rangers Same Game Parlay picks for the game. We cashed our Oilers vs Stars Same Game Parlay at +550 odds last night, so let’s make it 2 in a row! Along with our Panthers vs Rangers Same Game Parlay picks, be sure to check out NHL predictions for every game of the postseason!

Panthers vs Rangers Same Game Parlay (5/24)

Rangers ML (-105)

Under 5.5 goals (-130)

Vincent Trocheck over 0.5 points (-180)

Panthers vs Rangers Same Game Parlay odds: +410

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New York Rangers ML over Florida Panthers (-105)

Despite being shut out on home ice, we still trust the Rangers. As mentioned, they nearly went 8-0 to begin the postseason, so we’ll chalk up that Game 1 performance to the classic rest vs rust debate. Even still, according to the advanced metrics via, New York was the better team on Wednesday night. While that certainly doesn’t guarantee wins, there is one skater specifically that we’re trusting to step up for New York. 

That would be Adam Fox. Admittedly, he has not had a great postseason, but the former Norris Trophy winner is still one of the best defensemen in the NHL. It’s also important to note that while the Rangers may have suffered a multi-goal loss, one of those goals was an own-goal deflection, and another was an empty netter at the end of the game. Game 1 was still an extremely close contest, and we expect another one tonight but, of course, with the Rangers coming out on top.

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Under 5.5 goals (-130)

Game 1 had just 3 goals scored and we could just leave it at that. Of course, we won’t, but we do expect a similar number of goals in tonight’s Game 2. Firstly, the argument can be made that only 1 true goal was scored the entirety of Game 1 — the one credited to Carter Verhaeghe was the own goal and Sam Bennett’s was an empty netter. After all, a low-scoring series was to be expected. 

Entering the conference finals round, New York goaltender Igor Shesterkin was the overall favorite to win the Conn Smythe Trophy, and now, Sergei Bobrovsky is very much in that mix. It’s also worth noting that they’re both Vezina Trophy winners, with Shesterkin’s coming as recently as 2 seasons ago. So, expect another hard-fought matchup with more physicality from the Rangers that leads to even fewer goals for Florida.

Vincent Trocheck over 0.5 points (-180)

We mentioned a New York skater — Adam Fox — to begin our Rangers vs Panthers Same Game Parlay picks, but we’re going to focus on another as our last leg. It’s one that we’ve targeted a couple of times in these 2024 Stanley Cup playoffs alone, and for good reason. This postseason has been all about the duo of Vincent Trocheck and Mika Zibanejad, and Chris Kreider has had his shining moments. 

Regardless, we’re going with the former, and we’d also suggest taking Trocheck to record an assist at plus-money odds as a standalone play. As for our Rangers vs Panthers Same Game Parlay picks, we’re keeping things a bit safer, and Trocheck has done well finding the back of the net himself. Of his team-leading 14 points this postseason, 6 have been goals, with 8 being assists. Either way, he’s putting himself in position to contribute, which is what we expect in helping the Rangers bounce back in Game 2.

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