Val’s Big Payday Parlay January 17th 2023
After several days of going 2-1 on the parlay and missing by a single game, we went 1-2 yesterday. It's matter of team before we start hitting these parlays.
Val’s Big Payday Parlay, pays +517
Straight up Overall Record for the Big Payday Plays 493-699, -24.70 units
Minnesota Wild -123
The Wild are in DC tonight to face the Caps; the Caps will be on a B2B and third game in four nights. They mounted a huge comeback last night in Long Island, down 3-0 in the second period they went on to score three goals to tie it and eventually win in OT. They face the Wild that have won two straight and have been playing sound defensive hockey allowing only two goals in their last two games. Considering the Caps are a good home team, I'm somewhat surprised their underdogs in this game, but it should be a telling sign that Vegas has the Wild as a favorite. The Caps are 1-3-1 on a B2B this season and the Wild are well rested having not played since Saturday, I will back the road fav here.
Toronto Maple Leafs -178
The Leafs look to snap their current two game losing streak when they face the Panthers tonight. The Panthers are another team that will be on a B2B tonight after beating the Sabres yesterday afternoon 4-1. The Panthers haven't been successful in B2B this season as their 1-4. The Leafs lost their last game 4-3 to the Bruins in Boston, the game was tied late and destined for OT until the Bruins scored with a 1:16 left to play to take it. The Leafs also welcomed A. Matthews last game after missing the previous two game with an injury, the Leafs are a strong home team at 15-3-3-1 and I expect them to handle the Panthers tonight.
Seattle Kraken/Edmonton Oilers O6.5 -121
The Kraken are in Edmonton to face the Oilers tonight; the Kraken and Oilers have faced each other five times since the Kraken joined the NHL and all five times the over has hit. The Kraken are lighting up the lamp on the road this season averaging four goals a game and unless you don't follow the Oilers, you know they offer the offensive talents of C. McDavid and L. Draisaitl on a nightly basis. The Oilers have played four straight overs and the Kraken have scored three or more goals in 7 of their last 8 games. Expect that over trend to continue tonight.
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