We started Thanksgiving with a three-team parlay, that almost came off, and end it with another parlay pick for your NHL gambling habits. This time just a two-team parlay.
Our NHL gambling three-team parlay from November 22nd almost came through. If not for the Buffalo Sabres ruining things for us with a 5-4 loss to the Minnesota Wild.
Buffalo have been that team this season for us when it comes to the bet of the night. We think that they should be live dogs every now and then, and of course, they fail to pay off. We’re #done with Buffalo. They’re going to be that team for us this season. A team that we just can’t figure out. We know they’re bad, but we can’t figure out when they’ll shake it enough to put up a win.
CGY +135 0 @ 1 -155 CBJ
MIN -155 5 @ 4 +135 BUF
EDM -105 8 @ 3 -115 DET
Bet Of The Night
Tonight we’re going with a two team parlay. We’ll keep the three team ones for our Saturday lock, dog, parlay feature.
+145 @ -165 AND +115 @ -135
Detroit is an ok road team with a 6-6-0 record away from their shiney new Little Caesar’s Arena. Which has allowed them to be surprisingly in a playoff position. I know, Detroit! Montréal being absolute garbage certainly helps them.
The New York Rangers aren’t a good team. I know they’ve won two in a row, but this team isn’t the same as it used to be. And with an 8-4-2 home record, MSG isn’t necessarily a fortress.
A game between equally talented divisional opponents in the St. Louis Blues and the Nashville Predators makes for one heck of a game. Not to mention they’re two of the hottest team in the West with three wins in a row. The other is Vegas. Vegas! They’re still winning! I know!
We’re bestowing our favor on the St. Louis Blues based on their 8-2-0 home record and the Predators 0.500 away record. The Blues are just so good this season that they should find a way through Nashville. Nashville will test the Blues potent offense but the Blues will find a way through.
Yes, the Blues are starting their backup Carter Hutton, but he’s got an absolutely fantastic 1.71 GAA and .943 SV% in five games played this season. Play the hot hand and ye shall be rewarded. That’s the saying. Yup. Totally not made up.