With no NBA last night and only three NHL games on the schedule, our hands were tied with the choices we could make for our daily parlay. If this sounds like we’re starting to make excuses for losing last night, you are correct, as we once again have lost our parlay blog championship.
Last night the Winnipeg Jets couldn’t score, losing 2-1, while the Chicago Blackhawks pulled off the upset and defeated the Dallas Stars. While we lost on the daily parlay, the Blackhawks did cover the spread, so we now have a 2-2 parlay record this week while going 9-3 on individual picks.
While the NBA returns tonight, we’ll give the association a day or two to get back into the groove before we dedicate a same-game parlay to any game. More importantly, we want our championship back, and our back and gold safety blanket happens to be in action tonight on the Pacific Coast to take out the fake sea monsters that cost us a parlay win.
Boston Bruins over Seattle Kraken (-179)
It’s so cozy under this black and gold safety blanket that we don’t feel like we need to explain how awesome the Boston Bruins are. Moving On.
The Seattle Kraken cost us in their last game, and we’re coming for revenge. The Kraken might have won three of the last five games but are 4-6 in the last ten games.
Seattle has one of the higher scoring offenses in the NHL, ranked fifth and averaging 3.5 goals per game, but is ranked 16th overall, averaging 3.1 goals-against, while having the 31st ranked penalty kill, operating at 72.5%.
Ok, so we’ll jump in here with some black-and-gold love because we know Boston is the number one-ranked defense in the league and has the second-highest-scoring offense in the NHL. However, Boston’s seventh-ranked powerplay is going dispel the Kraken myths from the Pacific Northwest, as no true contender has the 31st-ranked penalty kill in the league.
Plus, this game is on land and on ice. Bears over Fake, giant squid monsters all day. We’re taking the Bruins’ powerplay to dissect the Kraken’s horrible penalty killing and put another win on the board for the best team in hockey.
Boston Bruins -1.5 over Seattle Kraken (+130)
Boston’s last three wins have ended with at least a 1.5-goal spread and a 35-21 ats record this season.
Seattle is a respectable 33-24 ats and has had five of the last six losses end with at least a 1.5-goal spread.
Take the Bruins -1.5 to cover the spread for the second time this week on the parlay blog betting ticket.
Boston Bruins vs Seattle Kraken Under 6.0 (-120)
The thing about this black and gold safety net is that it’s pretty secure and rarely doesn’t meet expectations. The Bruins are giving up 2.1 goals per game and shut down the best offenses in the league with relative ease.
Boston has a 3-6-1 over/under record in the last ten games and a 23-29-4 over/under overall, while Seattle is 4-5-1 over/under in the last ten and 25-28-4 over/under overall.
The under is 11-1 in the Kraken’s last 12 games against teams with winning percentages at .600 or higher. The under is 4-0 in Boston’s last four games against the Western Conference and teams with a winning record.
We’re following the trends and taking the under.
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.