New York Plus Washington: NHL Parlay Betting Odds and Prediction
New York vs Vancouver: Blueshirts are leg one of our parlay
After surging out of the starting gate, with a solid 16-3-2 record, New York has stumbled recently as the Rangers are 8-13-3 since November 23, 2015. A month long skid did most of the damage as the Blueshirts went 3-9-2 after their hot start. New York is getting back to their winning ways as they have earned at least one point in six of their last ten games. Vancouver is playing the fourth of a six-game road trip and they will be without captain Henrik Sedin who was hurt during a 2-1 (SO) win over the Islanders on Saturday. Henrik is the Canucks second leading scorer behind brother Daniel and his team leading 28 assists will be difficult to replace. Ryan Miller (11-12-6 GAA 2.68) faces Henrik Lundqvist (20-12-4 GAA 2.46) in the goaltending duel in this contest.
Washington vs Columbus: Capitals gain us the second leg of our NHL parlay ticket
First meets worst in this contest as Washington leads the NHL with 71 points while the Blue Jackets have 38 points and sole possession of the NHL cellar. Washington (34-8-3) is the most complete team in the league and they roll into Ohio following a 5-2 home win over the Rangers on Sunday. The Capitals have posted just three regulation time losses during their past 27 games dating back to November 21, 2015. Apart from a 8-5-0 run in November, it’s been a rough season in Columbus. Counting wins in their last two matches, against Toronto (3-1) and Colorado (2-1), the Blue Jackets are 7-10-4 since the start of December. Columbus does get a boost as starting goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky makes his first start since December 8, 2015. Bobrovsky faces the high scoring Capitals and he’s up against stud Braden Holtby (29-5-2 GAA 1.99) in the netminding matchup here.
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