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NHL Monday betting picks & top parlays – 28/3/2022

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There are five National Hockey League (NHL) games scheduled for March 28, with the action kicking off at 7pm EST. Here’s where you should place your bets on Monday’s games.

Edmonton Oilers (-380) @ Arizona Coyotes (+290)

Edmonton is the biggest favorite of the day, hosting the Coyotes, who played in Winnipeg on Sunday. The Oilers will get to go with Mikko Koskinen in goal, who already has two wins over the Coyotes and a .927 save percentage in those games. The Coyotes will reevaluate its goaltending situation after Sunday’s game before naming a starter for Monday. That starter won’t be Karel Vejmelka, however, who recently signed a three-year contract extension less than a week ago.

Edmonton’s goaltending advantage aside, the Oilers are 20-12-0 at home, while Arizona is 11-18-3 on the road and playing its third game of the dreaded Canadian road trip. Take Edmonton on the moneyline and even consider the Oilers to win by two or more despite the -140 odds. More than 6.5 goals being scored at -110 is also a good bet.

Over 6.5 total goals


Seattle Kraken (+195) @ Los Angeles Kings (-245)

Seattle has been horrendous on the road (9-21-3), and the Kings have more than held serve (18-13-4). While Los Angeles has been struggling to score in its last 10 games (2.5 goals scored per game), the Kraken have allowed 3.4 goals per game with an .882 save percentage over the last 10 games. The Kraken also score less per game on average (2.58 goals) than the Kings allow (2.72).

Bet on Los Angeles to lean on its advantage in net and ride the home crowd to a victory over the expansion Kraken, as the Kings did on Saturday. Enjoy -130 parlay odds when including Edmonton on the moneyline, and consider taking Los Angeles to win by two or more at +105.

Los Angeles Kings -1.5


Vancouver Canucks (+115) @ St. Louis Blues (-140)

The Blues have a case of the blues, losing four of five and falling behind the red-hot Wild in the Central Division standings. They’ve also lost four straight games in St. Louis. In their last 10 games, the Blues have allowed as many goals as they’ve scored (3.4), going 3-4-3. Goaltending has been an issue, as St. Louis has logged just an .889 save percentage.

But the Canucks don’t score much, averaging just 2.8 goals per game in their last 10, which is almost exactly their season average (2.81). Vancouver has been better than its 2.82 goals allowed per game average over their last 10 games, but the special teams advantage is firmly in the Blues’ favor. St. Louis kills penalties at more than a 10-percent better clip, and scores on power plays at almost a five-percent better clip. Pair that with the home crowd desperate for a win, and you get the Blues shaking off their case of the blues. Take St. Louis on the moneyline and consider turning your moneyline parlay of Edmonton and Los Angeles into a trifecta for +201 odds. Also attractive is the potential payout of St. Louis winning by two or more at +170.

St. Louis Blues -1.5


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