NHL Parlay Betting Advice: Tie New York and Washington Together
Rangers vs Maple Leafs: Well rested clubs clash in the Big Apple
Toronto and New York have both been idle for quite some time as the Maple Leafs lost 4-3 at home to the Arizona Coyotes on Monday while the Rangers extinguished the Calgary Flames 4-1 in their last match on Sunday. New York has gained at least a point in eight of their first ten games and their 6-2-2 record has the Rangers placed second overall in the Eastern Conference. Though they’ve been competitive in most of their games, Toronto has stumbled out of the gate with 1-5-2 record and they are tied with Columbus for last place in the East. New York’s All-World G Henrik Lundqvist battling Toronto G Jonathan Bernier gives the Rangers an edge in between the pipes tonight.
Capitals vs Blue Jackets: Washington hosts Columbus for a NHL duel in the District
Despite a 3-1 home loss to Pittsburgh on Wednesday, Washington is off to a strong start as they are 6-2 and just two points out of first place in the Metropolitan Division. A little rust may have set in as the Capitals won five straight games, by a 24-11 margin, prior to having four days off in advance of their contest versus the Penguins. Since the firing of coach Todd Richards, after Columbus opened the season with eight straight loses, the Blue Jackets have won two in row with John Tortorella as their bench boss. The Capitals, with G Braden Holtby facing Blue Jackets G Sergei Bobrovsky, get a plus in the netminding matchup along with a 3.75 versus 2.20 goals per game edge on offense.
New York & Washington NHL Parlay Prediction: We get better teams, with superior goaltenders at home, by backing the Capitals and Rangers tonight. Tie Washington and New York together with a 300 unit parlay wager on the money line prices posted on the NHL betting board at the William Hill online sportsbook. Click the odds image below to bet on these contests LIVE at William Hill.
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