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We’ve made it past the All-Star break and with the playoffs approaching, teams on the outside looking in are starting to feel the pressure. The best hockey of the season is upon us. We have an action-packed Tuesday night slate, so let's jump into it.

Best NHL Parlay Picks Today – Tuesday, February 28th: 4-Leg Parlay Picks (+1658)

Detroit Red Wings vs Ottawa Senators Prediction and Pick

These two teams just met on Monday night in the same arena, with the Senators winning 6-2. Red Wings goalie Magnus Hellberg really let the game get away from him in the second period, allowing four goals. While a lot of that falls on Detroit’s below league average defense, Hellberg’s play in goal wasn’t the greatest either.

Ville Husso will get the goal for Detroit on Tuesday night and, while everyone will be expecting another Senators beatdown, that won’t be the case as Husso is significantly better than Hellberg.

Leg 1 Parlay Pick: Detroit Red Wings ML (+115)

Columbus Blue Jackets vs Buffalo Sabres Prediction and Pick

These two defenses are absolutely dreadful. While the Blue Jackets offense is dreadful as well, the last time these two teams met the Sabres won 9-4 and scored six goals in the first period.

While I’m not expecting the Sabres to score that many goals this time around, six goals for the entire game doesn’t seem too far-fetched. Columbus would then only have to score a goal for this total to hit the over. While their offense is one of the worst in hockey, they’ve only gone scoreless six times this season.

Leg 2 Parlay Pick: Over 7 goals (+115)

New York Islanders vs Minnesota Wild Prediction and Pick

The New York Islanders are doing everything in their power to hold onto their Eastern Conference Wild Card spot. While their three straight losses to inferior teams, Vancouver Canucks, Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators after the All-Star Break raised some concerns, they’ve recently turned it on, winning three of their last four, including two wins over a playoff-ready Winnipeg Jets.

The Islanders travel to Minnesota on Tuesday night, where they’ll get another win. Ilya Sorokin will get the goal for New York on Tuesday and while he’s been quite inconsistent, their defense hasn’t been, as the Islanders rank eighth in the NHL in that department.

As for the Wild, their 2.92 goals per game ranks 25th in the NHL, so slowing them down should be no problem for the Islanders.

Leg 3 Parlay Pick: New York Islanders ML (+115)

Boston Bruins vs Calgary Flames Prediction and Pick

The Boston Bruins have made the most of their Canadian road trip, winning both games against Vancouver and Edmonton. They’ll now face off with a Calgary Flames team that’s trying to sneak into a Wild Card berth in the Western Conference. The Bruins have had great success across the border as they’ve only lost to two Canadian teams all year, with both of those losses coming against the Ottawa Senators.

Bruins goalie Linus Ullmark has been phenomenal in goal this season and scored his first goal since 2020 against Vancouver on Saturday. The last time these two teams played each other was back in November when Ullmark allowed an early goal, but locked down the net for the remainder of the game with 31 saves.

The Bruins offense is battle-tested and elite as they rank third in the NHL offensively. While the Flames are trying to make a playoff push, they’ll have to start once the Bruins leave town.

Leg 4 Parlay Pick: Boston Bruins ML (-130)

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