Late games, on a packed National Hockey League Tuesday night schedule, is our focus today as we look to get some value out of the puck lines posted the Bet365 sportsbook. We will combine the struggling Stanley Cup Champions with a couple of high flying squads to craft our three team NHL puck betting parlay ticket on November 4, 2014.
Stanley Cup Champions look to snap four game losing streak
Riding a six game home winning streak, Los Angeles headed out of California a week ago today and they have struggled ever since. Loses in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Detroit and, perhaps most deflating, in Carolina, turned the Kings impeccable 6-1-1 season start into a mediocre 6-4-2 mark. The Champs end their five-game road trip as they battle the Stars in the Lone Star State tonight. Dallas is in the midst of a four-game losing streak as well so something has to give here. We will take the pucks and back the Champs in this contest tonight.
Maple Leafs and Canucks are looking to extend their winning ways
Two of the hotter teams in the NHL are both on the road tonight as Toronto is in Arizona and Vancouver visits Colorado. The Maple Leafs have won three straight games by a combined 11-3 count while the Coyotes have lost six of their last eight contests. Sitting with a stellar 8-4 record, the Canucks have been buoyed by the strong netminding of Ryan Miller who is riding an 8-1 streak between the pipes as they prepare to battle the Avalanche who are sporting a 3-5-5- record. Taking pucks with streaking over stumbling squads is never a bad idea.
NHL Parlay Puck Betting Prediction: Though it’s something we very rarely dabble in, we are betting an all road crew three team parlay here. All three of the visitors are marginally better than their hosts and the Bet365 bookmakers are giving us a puck and half to back them. The nearly 150% reward is well worth the risk here. Tie Los Angeles together with Toronto and Vancouver and bet 200 units on a puck line parlay ticket at Bet365.
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