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JT Miller has a parlay that he wanted to share for the NHL slate tonight. Back these two teams on the moneyline to cash in.

NHL Parlay Picks for Tuesday: Trust this Moneyline Parlay

Last night’s moneyline parlay included the game I wrote my main article on, so I just tagged it on there for convenience and simplicity. Tonight, we are jumping around the league a bit for it.  

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Leg One: Back the Blues

 Blues vs Senators odds

Tonight St. Louis will also be making a trip across the border as they will take on the Ottawa Senators. This is a great schedule spot for the Blues who are coming off a dominating 5-1 home victory against the Blackhawks and are motivated after dropping four points during their last homestand in matchups they should have taken care of. 

The Blues some of the most potent offensive talent in the league and can play exceptionally in their own end as well. The guys on the ice figured it out last week and are back into form; their guy between the pipes is in a different realm. 

Ville Husso has been electric this season and is sporting a league-leading 1.84 GAA through 16 appearances this season with two shutouts. Two NHL teams have played 47 games this season and have 0 shutouts. 

 He is red hot and, in my opinion, has landed the #1 seat on the depth chart in St. Louis, or should. Jordan Binnington is in awful form and showed it again last week. I think he can figure it out and have spoken about it in an article recently, however the current situation is this. 

If the Blues are looking to go for their second Stanley Cup this season, Ville Husso will be their netminder and I expect Ville to keep showing Coach Craig Berube until it is official.

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Leg Two: Back the Bolts

 Click here for Lightning vs Devils odds

This one can take even less explanation; The back-to-back reigning Stanley Cup Champion Tampa Bay Lightning are heading to play this other hockey team. That’s it.

Weird things happen in hockey and on any given night the puck can bounce the other way and a great team or heavy favorite loses a game they shouldn’t; it happens but nothing about this game suggests there is potential for that. The Bolts are one of the truly elite hockey teams in the league with honestly the only elite goaltender who has played true to his potential all season.

The Devils concede goals like crazy and have a rather abysmal goaltending situation at the moment; none of them are that good. There has been a goal in the first 10 minutes of nearly 90% of the last 20 Devils games and they are hitting at 8-2 L10 1P o1.5’s and GIFTS. With an inferior opponent and Andrei Vasilevskiy guarding the net I simply just don’t see Tampa falling asleep and dropping this one, they should jump out and bury New Jersey early.

These are two of the best spots on tonight’s board and I love the value we are getting into here.

I could dive pretty deep into both games, but I don’t believe there is much need when backing these two squads. It is a great schedule spot for them both and I expect the motivation to be there to go out and get their two points against inferior opponents. 

As always, best of luck to those who tail. Let’s rip!

NHL Parlay Picks 

2-leg Parlay -104 (Bet $104 to win $100)

  • Leg 1: Blues ML
  • Leg 2: Lightning ML

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Born and raised in St. Louis, JT is a young gun in the industry but has already established himself as one of the sharpest. Some refer to him as the "King of the Ice" as a result of his dominance in the NHL, which has been his claim to fame. However, he also excels in other markets including the NFL, MLB, and NCAAF. You can follow JT on Twitter at @RickyBobbyBets.


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