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Wednesday NHL four-team mega parlay (+1141 odds): Big day for West Division

Wednesday NHL four-team mega parlay (+1141 odds): Big day for West Division

We’ve got six games on deck for Wednesday in the NHL, and we’ve got a four-leg parlay at over a 11/1 payout to go with it. The playoff race is heating up in the West Division as all eight teams are in action on Wednesday.

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 six of today’s games.

Here’s our four-team parlay for Wednesday:

Minnesota Wild -1.5 (+130)

Winnipeg Jets ML (-175)

Colorado Avalanche ML (-190)

Vegas Golden Knights -1.5 (+125)

Parlay odds: +1141

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

Minnesota Wild -1.5 (+130)

The Minnesota Wild need a win as they return to their home ice after losing back-to-back games on the road in St. Louis. Rookie Kirill Kaprizov has been phenomenal for the Wild offense as he leads the team in goals, as well as in points with 34. The Wild welcome the Arizona Coyotes who they lead in the season series 4-1 and they have covered the puck line in all four of their wins. The Coyotes are on a four-game losing streak, which has them in fifth place in the West Division. However, Arizona is still without their two starting goaltenders Darcy Kuemper and Antti Raanta, which has left Adin Hill to fill the void. Hill is allowing an average of 2.89 goals per game with a .908 save percentage this season. Despite struggling of late, the Wild still have an offense that ranks in the top half of the league in goals with an average of 2.95 goals per game. Minnesota is 14-4 at home this season and should have no trouble in this one.

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

Winnipeg Jets ML (-175)

The Winnipeg Jets have won three of their last four games and are 14-8-1 on the road this season. In their last four games they are averaging 3.75 goals for and only 2.25 against, which comes from shutting down the opponent’s offense by only allowing 26 shots per game. Connor Hellebuyck will be back in net after the loss on Monday and he is playing fantastic for the Jets. Hellebuyck is 3-1 in his last four with a .913 save percentage and 2.28 goals against average. Ottawa’s young guns showed up on Monday and helped them come back for the win against the Jets, but they still have lost four of their last five, allowing 3.8 goals against over that span. They struggle in their own zone due to the lack of experience as Tim Stutzle who is -18 and has one goal in his last 15 games. The Jets have won five of the seven games head to head this season and should not lose two in a row to the Sens.

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

Feb 21, 2021; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; Winnipeg Jets forward Blake Wheeler (26) and forward Mark Scheifele (55) celebrate ScheifeleÕs goal against the Vancouver Canucks in the third period at Rogers Arena. Jets won 4-3 in Overtime.

Colorado Avalanche ML (-190)

The Colorado Avalanche could be the most balanced team in the league, while the St. Louis Blues have been unpredictable to say the least. Colorado might be getting the best goaltending across the league right now with Philipp Grubauer. He’s 25-8-1 with a 2.00 GAA and .920 SVP with five shutouts. He’s gone 13-1-1 in his last 15 games. Jordan Binnington is likely to be at the other end of the ice, who has been underwhelming this season posting only a 12-11-5 record with a 2.65 GAA and .910 SVP. Despite playing just one more game, the Avs have scored 31 more goals than the Blues. In four meetings against each other this year, Colorado has won three of them. The Avalanche have scored four goals in each of their last two games and are in first place in the NHL. Nathan MacKinnon has 52 points in 38 games and has nine points in his last five games. The Blues are struggling with a -9 goal differential while the Avs are soaring with a +52 goal differential, the best in the league.

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

Vegas Golden Knights -1.5 (+125)

The Vegas Golden Knights beat up on the Los Angeles Kings on Monday night winning 4-2 by putting up 41 shots in the contest. The Knights have beat the Kings in five of their seven matchups this season and they have won four of their last five overall. Marc-Andre Fleury has been a huge benefit to this team with his five shutouts and .925 save percentage this year. He will get the start on Wednesday after the night off in the previous game against the Kings. Vegas still believes they can catch Colorado for top spot in the West Division and will need this win against a Kings team that traded away some key players on Monday such as long-time staple Jeff Carter. The Kings have lost seven of their last ten games and are below 500 on home ice. Over their last seven games they are averaging 2.29 goals for and their leading point producer Anze Kopitar scored his first goal in 13 games on Monday.

Be sure to also check out our full-game preview for Vegas Golden Knights vs. Los Angeles Kings.

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Last updated: Wed 14th April 2021

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