Last night we built our same-game parlay around the Edmonton McDavids defeating the Los Angeles Kings in game six, eliminating the Kings from the Stanley Cup playoffs. The McDavids did as predicted, winning 5-4. With nine total goals scored, Edmonton affirmed their status as the Kings of the over.
So, where is our parlay blog championship belt? Oh, right, we took the Oilers to cover the spread in the win.
With the Oilers failing to cover the spread, we finished last week with an 0-7 record on daily parlays but improved to 8-13 on individual picks.
It’s a new day, and we’ve got three game sevens on tap tonight, all featured in Sunday’s multi-game parlay.
Florida Panthers versus Boston Bruins Over 6.0 (-130)
The Boston Bruins have lost three games in a row once this season. For the Florida Panthers to move on to the second round, they’ll have to single-handedly give the best team in hockey their second three-game losing streak of the season.
While you can debate who will win game seven, and we favor our black and gold safety blanket, we’re looking at the total goals line over the moneyline.
Boston is averaging 4.0 goals per game in the playoffs, while Florida is averaging 3.67 goals per game.
The over is 4-2 in the six games in this series and 8-2 in the ten head-to-head matchups this season. Aside from game one, the Bruins and Panthers have combined for at least six total goals. Something else to consider is that game three hit the under of 6.5 in a game Boston won 4-2.
Five of the six games in this series and nine of the ten head-to-head matchups this season have had a final score with at least 6.0 total goals.
We’re taking the over, along with a Bruins win.
Colorado Avalanche over Seattle Kraken (-222)
After defending the Avs all season long, we sided with our arch-nemesis Kraken in game six and said goodbye to the Avs. However, the defending Stanley Cup Champions showed up and forced game seven with an impressive win.
Colorado had a 22-13-6 home record, while Seattle had a 26-11-4 road record.
The road team has won four of the six games in this series and seven of the nine matchups this season. Seattle holds a 5-4 head-to-head advantage in the season series.
We’re going against these trends and taking the defending Stanley Cup champions to win on the moneyline.
Golden State Warriors over Sacramento Kings (+100)
Just a reminder, the Golden State Warriors have been awful on the road, posting a 12-32 road record, while the Sacramento Kings have a 25-19 home record. The home team won the first four games of this series and six of the nine matchups this season.
Shockingly, two of the three road wins in the head-to-head series are credited to the Golden State Warriors, who hold the head-to-head series lead 5-4.
This series has been great, and we’ve openly stated we’d like to see the beam lit, but for a team that’s been awful on the road, the defending NBA Champions have found 17% of their limited road success in Sacramento.
And they’re the Golden State Warriors; until that team is eliminated, it’s hard to pick against them.
All odds are courtesy of Action247 Sportsbook. Good luck!!
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**All views expressed are my own. My picks are my own and are not a guarantee, bet at your own risk.