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Tuesday NHL four-team mega parlay (+1315 odds): Kane plays 1,000th career game for Blackhawks

Tuesday NHL four-team mega parlay (+1315 odds): Kane plays 1,000th career game for Blackhawks

It’s a busy Tuesday in the NHL with nine games on deck, and we’ve got a four-leg parlay with over a 13-to-1 payout to go with it.

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 nine of today’s games.

But right now, let’s break down our four-team mega parlay for Tuesday:

Philadelphia Flyers -1.5 (+110)

Predators/Hurricanes Over 5.5 (-125)

Florida Panthers ML (-135)

Chicago Blackhawks ML (+115)

Parlay odds: +1315

Philadelphia Flyers -1.5 (+110)

The Sabres have been one of the biggest disappointments this season, especially after signing an MVP-caliber player in Taylor Hall during the offseason. They are on a seven-game losing streak and have had nothing to celebrate this year. They have a goal differential of minus-23, the third worst in the league; that can be attributed to their poor offensive performance from their elite level talent like Jack Eichel. Eichel was scoring 1.15 points per game last season, but he only has 18 points in 21 games this year. The Flyers are scoring the eighth-most goals per game at 3.23, while the Sabres have the third-worst average in the league by only scoring 2.17 per game. Additionally, Philadelphia has the second-best shooting percentage–scoring on 11.8 percent of shots. The Flyers have also averaged the third best faceoff percentage, winning 53.4 percent of draws. If they can maintain possession against a struggling Sabres team, they should manage a routine victory.

Philadelphia Flyers center Claude Giroux and goaltender Carter Hart (79) celebrate the Flyers' 3-1 win over the New Jersey Devils

Be sure to also check out our full-game preview for Buffalo Sabres vs. Philadelphia Flyers.

Predators/Hurricanes Over 5.5 (-125)

The Predators will be playing their third game in four nights and are 4-7 on the road this season. They will be tired and can’t figure out how play special teams, as they sit in the bottom three of penalty killing at 70.2 percent. That won’t be good when facing the Hurricanes’ fourth-best powerplay at 29.5 percent. Carolina is scoring at will of late with a 3.38 goals per game average, which is spread out throughout their lineup. Carolina will look to create chances off of turnovers and use their speed to force odd-man rushes to increase scoring chances. The ‘Canes average 31.7 shots per game and their last three games have gone over the total number. Nashville always seems to be in high-scoring games as they try to play catch up after giving up the first goal. Their last four have gone over the total number and this game will likely be no different as both teams will trade chances.

Be sure to also check out our full-game preview for Nashville Predators vs. Carolina Hurricanes.

Florida Panthers ML (-135)

The Panthers have two wins in their last three games and are 8-2-1 on the road as they head to Columbus to face the Blue Jackets on Tuesday night. Florida will start Sergei Bobrovsky who has won three of his last four starts with a .920 save percentage and 2.70 goals against average over those games. Jonathan Huberdeau is playing inspired hockey with five points in his last three games but not to be out done is Aleksander Barkov who has seven assists over his last five games as he is on a six game point streak. These two will pick apart a Blue Jackets defense that is not buying into John Tortorella’s system. Columbus has lost six of their last eight games and have a goals for average of only 2.62. Seth Jones is minus 11 on the year and looks to be battling an injury while Max Domi has not fit into Columbus as he is minus 13 and can’t be trusted in the defensive zone.

Be sure to also check out our full-game preview for Florida Panthers vs. Columbus Blue Jackets.

Chicago Blackhawks ML (+115)

The Stars have lost 13 of their 20 games and have had eight postponed because of Covid-19 issues. Things are especially bad at the moment, as Dallas has lost five of its last six and 13 of its last 17. It is a much different story for the Blackhawks, who went into the 2021 campaign with low expectations but find themselves at 13-8-5 heading into this one. They are coming off a setback against defending Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay but have not lost two games in row since late January. Patrick Kane is up to his usual tricks with 11 goals and a whopping 27 assists. Chicago is 6-1 in its last seven on the road, 6-1 in its last seven against opponents with losing records, and 5-2 in the last seven meetings between the two teams. The Stars are 3-13 in their last 16 overall, 1-7 in their last eight at home, and 1-5 in their last six that are the fourth of a four games in six days situation.

Be sure to also check out our full-game preview for Chicago Blackhawks vs. Dallas Stars.

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Last updated: Tue 9th March 2021

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