We wrote yesterday about the disappointment when the final leg of a parlay fails to hit. For a third straight day, we went two for three with our individual picks. We hit on the New Jersey Devils, defeating the Vegas Golden Knights, and the game hit the under.
However, we were laughably wrong when we predicted that “New Jersey isn’t going to overtime with Vegas,” as the Devils won a 3-2 game in overtime, busting our same game parlay with our puck line spread pick. That brings our weekly parlay record to 0-3 but a respectable 6-3 on individual picks.
We’re returning to a multi-game parlay to go 3-0 tonight and to hit our first parlay of the week.
Minnesota Timberwolves over New Orleans Pelicans (+110)
The Minnesota Timberwolves are 6-4 in their last ten games, while the New Orleans Pelicans have struggled, going 2-8 in the last ten games. We’re throwing out the home/away records, as the Pelicans are playing on back-to-back nights, while the Timberwolves haven’t played since January 23.
The Pelicans are still without Brandon Ingram and Zion Williamson, but the stats favor the Pelicans. However, the Timberwolves are having more success recently, and we think they will get a road win and extend the Pelicans losing streak to six games.
Sacramento Kings over Toronto Raptors (-169)
Both teams are coming into Wednesday night having won their last outings. However, the Raptors are 5-5 in the last ten, while the Kings are 7-3. The Raptors have a 6-15 record on the road, while Sacramento is 16-10 at home.
Sacramento’s number-one scoring offense is going to get the job done on home court, handing the Raptors another loss.
Carolina Hurricanes vs. Dallas Stars Under 6.0 (-125)
If there is one hockey game to watch on Wednesday night, it’s the heavyweight tilt between the Carolina Hurricanes and Dallas Stars. This game is a true pick ’em, with both teams listed at -110 odds.
The Hurricanes have three excellent goalies they can turn to and are likely to start Frederik Anderson (9-3-0, 2.40 GAA, .910 SV%), while the Stars will be starting game-changing goalie Jake Oettinger (21-7-5, 2.22 GAA, .910 SV%)
However, Carolina has a 21-23-2 over/under record, while Dallas has a 19-27-3 over/under record. The Hurricanes are 9-1 over/under in the last ten games, but the under is 9-1-1 in the Stars’ last 11 games against the Eastern Conference. Dallas has a 2-8 over/under record in the last ten games.
Put the Hurricanes and past head-to-head betting records to the side; this one is going to be close, with two great goaltenders going head-to-head and hitting the under in the end.
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.