Sebastian Aho is gonna lead us off. Aho is enjoying a great season with 66 points in 64 games. He has recorded a point in 70% of games this season, and that number jumps to 77% at home. He has faced MTL twice this season, totalling 5 points in those 2 games. The Canadiens continue to be one of the best targets in the league, as they are 31st in goals allowed. Jake Allen is projected in net for MTL. Jake has struggled most of the season, but things get very ugly for him on the road. He allows 3.95 goals per game in his road appearances. This is a great spot for Aho to get on the board.
@RyanPropz +103 NHL Thursday Parlay - 3/31
Montreal Canadiens (18-38-11) @ Carolina Hurricanes (44-15-8)
San Jose Sharks (29-29-8) @ Colorado Avalanche (47-14-6)
The second leg to the parlay will be Nazem Kadri. I am thrilled to grab him at a 0.5 line. He has been incredibly consistent this season with 81 points in 64 games. He also has recorded a point in 84% of his games at home. He has 4 points in 2 games vs San Jose. The Sharks are 20th in goals allowed, and are expected to start Kaapo Kahkonen. Kaapo has had a solid year, but his recent struggles are very encouraging. He has allowed 4 or more goals in 5 of his last 6 starts, so I love Kadri to continue his terrific season tonight.
SEBASTIAN AHO + NAZEM KADRI EACH OVER 0.5 POINTS @ +103
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