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Tuesday NHL four-team mega parlay (+1581 odds): Islanders and Capitals Clash in Division Battle

Tuesday NHL four-team mega parlay (+1581 odds): Islanders and Capitals Clash in Division Battle

We’ve got seven games on deck for Tuesday in the NHL, and we’ve got a four-leg parlay with over a 15/1 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 seven of today’s games.

Here’s our four-team parlay for Tuesday:

New York Islanders ML (-110)

Carolina Hurricanes -1.5 (+105)

Minnesota Wild -1.5 (+125)

Colorado Avalanche -1.5 (-110)

Parlay odds: +1581

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

New York Islanders ML (-110)

The Islanders are riding an impressive nine-game winning streak, and with the Capitals win on Monday they are on a five-game winning streak. The Islanders are a defensive powerhouse. They have only allowed more than two goals once in their last nine games. With the Capitals being on a back-to-back, they will likely be a little tired and their offensive play will suffer because of it. That will be an advantage for an already stellar defensive team. The Islanders get it done offensively by committee; they have four solid lines that can all score goals. Semyon Varlamov will be starting in goal and he has been lights out this season. He has a 13-4-3 record with a 2.03 GAA and a .929 SVP. The Capitals are without one of their most important players in Tom Wilson, who is serving a seven-game suspension. He brings a lot of energy and grit to this lineup.

Be sure to also check out our full-game preview for New York Islanders vs. Washington Capitals.

Carolina Hurricanes -1.5 (+105)

The Carolina Hurricanes are on an eight-game winning streak as they take on the worst team in their division–and the second-worst team in the league–in the Detroit Red Wings. The Hurricanes are 20-6-1 and have established themselves as a serious threat to win it all. They lead the league in powerplay goals with 28, so if Detroit plays a sloppy game (which they’re known for), Carolina should be able to capitalize on the man advantage. In the last 10 games, the Red Wings have averaged a .906 SVP while the Hurricanes have averaged an incredible .937 SVP. Additionally, Carolina has held their opponents to only 1.9 goals per game over that stretch, while Detroit has allowed 3.3 goals per game. The Hurricanes are averaging 3.37 goals per game–the fifth-best in the league–while Detroit is only averaging 2.21 goals per game–third-worst in the league.

Be sure to also check out our full-game preview for Carolina Hurricanes vs. Detroit Red Wings.

Minnesota Wild -1.5 (+125)

The Wild have won the previous two games against the Coyotes by a combined score of 8-1 to extend their winning streak to four games and they have also won five of their last six. During these six games, the Wild have averaged 3.5 goals and only 1.67 against. But it has been their attention to detail that is winning them games, as they have all bought into the system put into place by head coach Dean Evason. For example, over their last six games, their penalty killing is at 94.7 percent. Mats Zuccarello and Kirill Kaprizov might be one of the top duos in the NHL right now, as both of them have seven points each over their last six games and have delivered some highlight-reel goals. Arizona has lost three in a row and over their last six games, they are averaging 34.7 shots against per game and 3.17 goals against.

Be sure to also check out our full-game preview for Arizona Coyotes vs. Minnesota Wild.

Colorado Avalanche -1.5 (-110)

The Colorado Avalanche are 9-4-1 at home as they welcome the Anaheim Ducks for their fifth matchup of the season. Colorado has some of the most dynamic offensive players in the NHL, but it is their defensive play that is winning games. They have the fourth-best goals-against average at 2.31 and the second-best penalty-killing unit at 87.3 percent. It helps when you have Philipp Grubauer in net; he has been the top goalie over the last two weeks. In his last six starts, he has a save percentage of .945 and goals-against average of 1.15, both of which put him first in those categories. Anaheim has lost three games in a row and only has two wins in their last 14 games. Leading goal scorer Max Comtois has hit a cold streak and has no goals over his last six games. This will be an easy top line for the Avs to shut down.

Be sure to also check out our full-game preview for Anaheim Ducks vs. Colorado Avalanche.

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Last updated: Tue 16th March 2021

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