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JT Miller shares his favorite plays from around the league including the Anaheim Ducks vs New Jersey Devils, Kraken vs Canadiens, and a +600 Parlay.

NHL Best Bets For Saturday: Anaheim Ducks vs New Jersey Devils, Kraken vs Canadiens, and a +600 Parlay

Anaheim Ducks vs New Jersey Devils

Anaheim has gotten worked their last two times taking the ice and the situation in net has been rough for them lately. The Ducks were dominant in a four-goal shutout victory at home when the Devils came to town earlier in the season and I expect them to look to even this season series up tonight. The netminder situation for them has still been poor but their play on the ice has been solid.

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I still do not trust the guys between the pipes or believe that the true source of their defensive problems has been solved. I would back them on a line up to around -120 tonight but that is long gone so I trust what I know should come, goals.

I mentioned it last time out as I have many times before, but New Jersey has just been an absolute machine for us when cashing the first period total. It hit again for us Wednesday and with the knowledge of what Anaheim has been doing lately, I do not see things changing up on us here tonight. 

The first period over 1.5 has hit in over 80% of the New Jersey Devils games in this 2022 campaign.

 Anaheim Ducks vs New Jersey Devils

Seattle Kraken vs Montreal Canadiens

This one is easy to read so I will keep it short. Seattle is conceding 3.43 GPG on the road this season and Montreal is conceding 3.54 GPG at home. Neither team is even remotely in the playoff conversation, nor do they have the tools to be in it this season if It was possible. They simply do not have the talent on the backend or between the pipes to keep other squads off the board.

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Seattle is not terrible offensively, especially as of late and some of the more veteran players like Jaden Schwartz and Jordan Eberle have seemingly stepped into their roles a bit here and seem to be a lot more effective as a unit now.

As far as Montreal goes, I have spoken about it recently before, but I love the way this squad is competing under Martin St. Louis and the young guys are getting after it. They have been terrible on the back end for the greater majority of the season, so he is letting guys like Cole Caufield just get after teams before they get buried and they are playing with exceptional pace in their current form. 

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 I see both squads having an extra gear in this one and they will look to jump out early but after watching them play so much this season and knowing the numbers behind it all, I just don’t see them keeping that lamp off tonight.

Seattle Kraken vs Montreal Canadiens

 Same game parlay (love this value)

 Bonus NHL Parlay

I will keep this short. We have hit some great parlays this week so far just tapping in on big slates where it is advantageous for us to do so. Good sites allow you to do a lot as far as alternate lines and totals go so we can really scope out some of the better looks on the slate and attack what we like. I am playing this one for a unit. It is a 6 leg +600 parlay. No write up, just trust it. 

 And pray.

  • Tampa Bay/Edmonton o5.5
  • Anaheim/New Jersey 1st period o.5
  • Seattle/Montreal o5.5 
  • Calgary TT o3.5
  • Los Angeles/San Jose o5
  • Bruins TT o2.5 

Odds +600 (Bet $100 to win $600)

As always, best of luck to all those who tail! We ride.

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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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