Featured Parlay


Tampa Bay Lightning (1.35) + Florida Panthers (1.41) + New York Rangers (1.33) = 2.56 payout

**Example: $10 returns $25.63

Columbus Blue Jackets @ Tampa Bay Lightning


  • Tampa Bay is on a three game losing streak to cap off the month of March. The Lightning have only lost more than two consecutive games one time in the past two seasons. Look to the Lightning to put an end to their skid and start the month of April on the right note as they take on the Columbus Blue Jackets at home in Tampa Bay
  • Andrei Vasilevskiy – the 2019 Vezina Trophy winner will get the start for the Lightning. Vasilevskiy is 21-5-1 on the year and averages 1.99 goals against per game. Vasilevskiy has not lost more than two consecutive starts since February 2020 so look to him to shut the door on the Blue Jackets
  • Tampa Bay currently holds an outstanding home record of 13-3 and are tied for first place in the NHL at 50 points. The Blue Jackets are 7-9-2 on the road this year and sit 14 points back from the Lightning at 36 points


Detroit Red Wings @ Florida Panthers


  • The Florida Panthers prevailed a 4-1 victory against the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday, extending their win streak to three games.
  • Florida currently sits tied for first place in the NHL with 50 points and have a home record of 11-4-3
  • The struggling Detroit Red Wings have posted a 12-21-4 record this year and have clearly struggled on the road as they have a 3-13-1 record making them the worst road team in the NHL
  • Chris Driedger (9-4-2) gets the start in net for the Panthers and Thomas Greiss (2-14-4) is projected to get the start for the Red Wings. Greiss currently leads the league in losses and holds a 3.42 goals against average


New York Rangers @ Buffalo Sabres


  • After riding an 18 game losing streak, the Buffalo Sabres picked up their first win last night in over a month (Feb 23). The Sabres skid marks the longest losing streak in 17 years
  • Unfortunately for the Sabres, they face their state rival New York Rangers who are heating up as of late with a 6-3-1 record in their last ten games
  • Both the Rangers and Sabres are coming off wins last night, however, the Rangers knocked off the division leading Washington Capitals for the second time in the last three contests and are looking to climb up the standings with a must win against the worst team in the NHL