We had a great run on point parlays this week that sadly came to an end last night with Malkin having 0 points in a game with 5 Penguin goals. It is time to start another run!
@RyanPropz +137 NHL Saturday Parlay - 3/12
Detroit Red Wings (24-27-7) @ Calgary Flames (35-15-7)
Calgary plays at home in a good matchup….that is it. That is the write up.
Alright I guess I owe you a little more than that, but you may already know what is coming. The books were generous enough to continue giving us a 0.5 line for Elias Lindholm. I have a feeling these days are coming to an end soon so we must take advantage while we have the chance. He has now recorded a point in 23/27 home games, good for 85%. He is also in the midst of a 15 home game stretch with at 1 least a point. Alex Nedeljkovic is the projected starting goalie for Detroit, and is arguably the best guy in the league to target. Dating back the beginning of February, he has allowed 4.4 goals per game (8 starts). Let’s rock with Lindholm once again to get us a point.
Seattle Kraken (17-37-6) @ Montreal Canadiens (15-35-7)
You may look at season long stats on this one and think I am crazy. Cole Caufield has a point in 40% of games this season, however there is much more to consider with this play. On February 9th, Cole’s season turned around. The Canadien’s fired their coach and Martin St. Louis, the longtime Tampa Bay Lightning great, became their new head coach. Under St. Louis, Cole has taken off. He got promoted to the top line, and has since recorded a point in 10 of 12 games, with 15 points in that span. His time on the ice increased significantly as has his shot on goal output.
Perhaps Martin St. Louis sees somewhat of himself in Cole, as the both stand about 5 foot 8 inches tall and 170 lbs. Of course, Seattle continues to be a target spot for points and goals. They ranked 29th in goals allowed this season. Phillipp Grubauer is projected in the crease for Seattle, and he has allowed 3 or more goals in 8 of his last 9 starts. His road splits also favor us here as he has allowed 3.36 goals per game in his road starts. Cole Is a bit of a different target than I normally go for, but it is hard to argue with his recent number, especially in this matchup.
Ryan's NHL Parlay
ELIAS LINDHOLM + COLE CAUFIELD EACH OVER 0.5 POINTS @ +137
+146 Bonus Pick
Bonus pick. Elias Lindholm to score is +146. An absolute steal for someone with a goal in 12 of his last 16 games and 10 of his last 14 at home!