Yesterday, we attempted to regain our parlay blog betting championship belt, building a same-game parlay around blog favorites, the Buffalo Sabres.
We ended up with a mixed bag of results. While the Sabres defeated the Senators as predicted, the Senators covered the spread in the loss. With a 4-3 final score in overtime and total goals line of 7.0, the Sabres vs Senators ended in a push.
Yesterday’s result brings our weekly parlay record to 1-3-1 and 7-7-1 on individual picks.
With two NHL games on the schedule and the NBA’s play-in tournament continuing, our options for our daily parlay are limited. However, we’re getting back in the ring after last night’s draw to regain our championship with this multi-game parlay.
Buffalo Sabres over Columbus Blue Jackets (-164)
For one last time this season, we’re featuring the Buffalo Sabres.
The Sabres have won four of the last five games and are 7-3 in the last ten games. CBJ has lost four of the last five games and has a 2-8 record in the last ten games.
The road team has won the previous two matchups this season and is 4-1 in the last five meetings, with CBJ winning 5-3 on February 28 and Buffalo winning 9-4 on December 7.
The favorite is 4-1 in the previous five meetings.
Did we mention Columbus is awful? Take the Sabres to close out the season with a road win.
Colorado Avalanche versus Nashville Predators Over 6.0 (+100)
We’re also featuring our hometown Nashville Predators for the final time.
The Avs have a 7-2-1 over/under record in the last ten games, while Nashville is 2-7-1 over/under.
Colorado has a 33-44-3 over/under record, while the Preds are 35-43-3 over/under.
The Avs and Preds have a 1-2 over/under record In the three previous matchups this season.
However, with a battle of backup goalies scheduled, we’re siding with the over.
Chicago Bulls versus Miami Heat Over 209.0 (-110)
The Bulls are 36-44-2 over/under this season, while the Heat are 41-41 over/under.
The Bulls and Heat have combined for a 1-2 over/under record in head-to-head matchups this season. However, all three regular season games had more than 209 total points scored.
Chicago cleared the over by 1.5 points against Toronto, while Miami hit the under against Atlanta. However, the Heat vs Hawks game had 221 total points scored.
We are taking the Bulls and Heat to hit the over.
All odds are courtesy of Action247 Sportsbook. Good luck!!
* All odds provided by Action247 Sportsbook and all odds subject to change.
**All views expressed are my own. My picks are my own and are not a guarantee, bet at your own risk.