NHL same-game parlay tonight Canucks vs Predators Game 6

Same-Game Parlay Tonight: Canucks vs. Predators Game 6

My NHL same-game parlay tonight is going to be Game 6 between the Vancouver Canucks and Nashville Predators at Bridgestone Arena. It's a topsy-turvy series with all types of twists and turns. 

Here's my three-leg parlay for tonight's game in Smashville.

If parlay's aren't your game Josie Costigan and I have expert picks tonight for both games on the NHL schedule.

NHL Same-Game Parlay Tonight: Canucks vs. Predators Game 6

Same-Game Parlay: Game 6 Canucks vs Predators
Parlay LegsOdds
Canucks +1.5-250
Miller Anytime Goal+180
Saros U23.5 Saves-105
Parlay Odds+525


Want to do some research of your own? Always a good idea. We've got a matchup page for tonight's Game 6 between the Canucks and Predators that's got an injury report, head-to-head data, and team trends. 

Same-Game Parlay Leg 1: Canucks +1.5

Dogs are 4-0 over the last four games. Meaning they've hit on the puck line in the last four games. We've also seen that the last four games were decided by a single goal. 

Specifically thinking of the Canucks, they've covered a +1.5 puckline 18 times in 23 games. A wild 78%. That's the type of line we're all looking for.

Same-Game Parlay Leg 2: Miller Anytime Goal

Keeping it light during the playoffs is important. It's such a serious part of the season that a little levity can go a long way. Miller took care of that at practice on Thursday.

I get that Miller isn't doing that well on the goal-scoring front with a 7.7% shooting percentage. But we can't forget that this is a player with a 19.1% shooting percentage in the regular season. 

He's going to turn it around. And keeping it light as he did at practice is the first step.

Same-Game Parlay Leg 3: Saros U23.5 Saves

You've got to face at least 24 shots in order to make OVER 23.5 saves, right? In four games in this series, Saros has faced no more than 21 shots. That's not even close to getting to the OVER and we haven't considered that Saros won't likely stop them all. He's only stopped 87.9% of the shots he's faced in this series.

Taking the UNDER just makes a lot of sense doesn't it?

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