Edmonton Oilers featured in our SGP for Oilers vs Panthers Game 7

NHL Same Game Parlay: What We've Got Cooking For Game 7

After trailing the series 3-0, the Oilers have become the first team since 1945 to force a Game 7 in the Cup Final. Our expert picks will tell you who we've got lifting the Stanley Cup tonight.

We have also both cooked up an NHL same-game parlay for Game 7 between the Florida Panthers and the Edmonton Oilers at Amerant Bank Arena in Sunrise, Florida.

For all the betting insights and trends you need to handicap Game 7 of the 2024 Stanley Cup Finals see our matchup page here.

Josie's Oilers vs Panthers Same Game Parlay

Josie's Game 7 Same Game Parlay
Parlay LegsOdds
UNDER 5.5-142
McDavid U3.5 SOG-130
Draisaitl O2.5 SOG-125
Parlay Odds+443

 

Josie's SGP Leg 1: UNDER 5.5

Literally, everything is on the line for Game 7. It all comes down to this. Despite the OVER hitting in four straight, I think we'll see a closer game for the final matchup of the season. 

In the last decade, only two Stanley Cup Final series-winning games recorded more than five goals (2023, 2018). Yes, one of those two came last year when Vegas blew the doors off the Panthers, 9-3. You really think Florida wants to feel that level of defeat again? 

As I mentioned in my expert picks, we already know Skinner is playing at his best. While Bobrovsky, who hasn't recorded higher than a .842SV% in his last three starts, has crumbled. Still, with the Stanley Cup at their fingertips, both will play solid for their final game of the season. 

Josie's SGP Leg 2: McDavid U3.5 SOG

I'm sticking with this. I've hit this prop in three straight same-game parlays. Like I said ahead of Game 6, the Oilers have seen better success when McDavid shoots less. Notching their third straight win, the captain recorded no shots in his recent appearance. 

McDavid, the heavy Conn Smythe favorite, is in playmaking mode with 34 assists this postseason, eight of which have been pocketed this series.

The 27-year-old wants his first Stanley Cup and while most would expect him to be blazing on the ice, slapping pucks. I suspect McDavid will be more composed than that, sticking to the game plan. 

Josie's SGP Leg 3: draisaitl OVER 2.5 SOG (-125)

Now, I will hammer the OVER on Draisaitl's props though. He's hit this in four of six games this series and in 17 of 24 postseason meetings altogether. 

In their hardest game of the playoffs yet, the Oilers will lean on Draisaitl's leadership to pave the way to victory. His consistency should hit this prop with ease. 

Michel's Oilers vs Panthers Same Game Parlay

Michel's Game 7 Same Game Parlay
Parlay LegsOdds
OVER 5.5+130
Oilers +1.5-290
UNDER 1.5 P1-154
Parlay Odds+750

 

Michel's SGP Leg 1: OVER 5.5

We've seen the total go OVER 5.5 goals in four straight games. Why would that change now? Because it's Game 7 and the season is on the line for both teams? Pfft. Last year when Florida' season was on the line they got pummeled 9-3 by Vegas. 

Edmonton has done most of the scoring in this series, specifically over the last three games with 78% of the goals. Bobrovsky has not been himself in this series. And while Stuart Skinner has looked much better over the last three games, I don't trust him one bit. 

The trend in this series is we've got lots of goals in every game.

Michel's SGP Leg 2: Oilers +1.5

I have no doubt in my mind that Edmonton wins Game 7. I get that Florida has a home-ice advantage and a solid 8-4SU record on home ice in these playoffs. But what have they shown you over the last three games that tells you they'll win?

Is it the -13 goal differential? Or is it the 47% xG in all situations?

The Oilers have all of the momentum going into Game 7 and the Panthers have all the pressure. The Oilers win and cover the +1.5 puckline.

Michel's SGP Leg 3: UNDER 1.5 P1

We've seen this particular prop hit five times in this six-game series (83%). We'll see it hit again tonight as both sides try to avoid getting themselves in an early hole within the opening 20 minutes.

I often go to this prop when we see a trend like this. I've found that it's repeatable and predictable. So I'm going back to the well one last time this season.

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