Action247 Multi-Game Parlay for February 13, 2023

Yesterday, we went all Birds for our Super Bowl parlay, and as it turns out, the Eagle’s defense did play a determining role in the outcome, just not positively for our parlay. Also, Patrick Mahomes is a living legend and put together a tremendous Super Bowl-winning second half. Super Bowl VLII was a toss-up that came down to who had the ball last, and Mahomes did what he does: be excellent and win.

With the Eagles’ loss in the Super Bowl, we start our week of parlays 0-1 and 1-2 on individual picks. Let’s see what the NBA and NHL schedules have to make a winning multi-game parlay from. We’ll end this losing streak at some point and continue to think positively until we do!

Calgary Flames over Ottawa Senators (-159)senators vs flamses nhl betting

The Calgary Flames have been a tough team to figure out this season: they’ve struggled to score, had poor goaltending from Jacob Markstrom, and played down to their competition, losing to some of the worst teams in the NHL. Mind you, the Flames are doing this while fighting for a playoff spot.

For a team in win-now mode, Calgary is dangerously close to not making the playoffs.

On the other hand, Ottawa will be without the top two goalies in their depth chart, with Anton Forsberg and Cam Talbot both ruled out for tonight’s matchup. The clear and decided goaltending advantage lies with Calgary in this one.

When looking at recent records, you’ll be tempted to take Ottawa, who are 4-1 in the last five games, while Calgary has gone 2-3. However, Ottawa’s four wins were before the All-star break and included two wins over the Montreal Canadiens. At the same time, Calgary has played down and lost to Chicago, defeated Buffalo and Seattle, and lost tough, close games to New York and Detroit in the last five games.

We’re taking Calgary on the moneyline in a game they have to win; otherwise, you can write off any chance of another battle of Alberta in the post-season before the trade deadline.

Utah Jazz over Indiana Pacers (-115)pacers vs jazz nba betting

Both teams are playing their fourth game in six nights, with Utah posting a 1-2 record, while Indiana went 0-3. Neither team has been great in the last ten games, with Utah having a 4-6 record, while Indiana is riding a four-game losing streak and have a 2-8 record in the last ten games.

The Jazz won the first matchup 139-119 on December 2. While this Jazz roster won’t be the same as the one that took the court in Salt Lake City in December, they should have the talent and weapons on the roster to beat the Indiana Pacers, who could be without Tyrese Haliburton, who is listed as day-to-day.

We’re going to take the Jazz to get the road win, despite their horrible 10-18 record on the road.

Los Angeles Lakers over Portland Trail Blazers (+100)trailblazers vs lakers nba betting

We’ve had some success with the Los Angeles Lakers on individual picks (not so much on same-game parlays) and decided to take a shot on the post-deadline Lakers listed at plus odds on the moneyline.

Portland has an extensive NBA injury report, while the Lakers have LeBron James and Antony Davis listed as questionable and probable (respectively), with one or both likely to be on the floor.

The Lakers ended a three-game losing streak in their last game but have lost three of the previous five games and six of the last ten. The Trail Blazers lost their last game, three of the last five, and have a 6-4 record in the previous ten games.

Los Angeles is pretty good outside Arena, posting a 13-17 record on the road, while Portland has a 15-13 record at home. The Lakers improved their roster during the trade deadline, while the Trail Blazers didn’t. We think we’ll see the new-look Lakers as a unit for the first time since the deadline, and they’ll get the road win as they push for the playoffs.

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.