Tuesday night bets: Three-leg goal scorer parlay

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As we prep for Tuesday’s NHL action, it can be fun to add a lotto ticket into the mix in the form of a goal scorer parlay.

For Tuesday night, we have three goal scorers that stick out. You can bet them individually if you agree with the logic, or you can parlay them for a tantalizing potential payout. On FanDuel, this parlay currently has odds of +2250.

If you prefer a safer route, you could parlay the three below players to each record 1+ point, which has +261 odds on FD.

Let’s have some fun! Here are the three goal scorers, and why I like them tonight.

Bryan Rust

There’s a lot to like from the Pittsburgh side Tuesday. Arizona sees the fifth-most shots against them, they let up the second most goals per game, and the Penguins are averaging 4.8 goals per game in their past five home games (third-best in the NHL).

Pittsburgh should have no issues scoring against this team, so there are multiple options worth a look.

I like Rust, who shares the Penguins’ top line with Sidney Crosby and Jake Guentzel.

Rust hasn’t scored in his last two home games, but piled up 6 in three games prior to that. The volume is there. He’s averaging 4.2 SOG per game in his last five at home, and sees a lot of work on the power play (31.9% of his shots come on a 5-on-4 advantage).

Arizona averages the fourth-most penalties per game, so expect Pittsburgh to get multiple opportunities.

Jesper Bratt

The Devils have been piling on goals at home recently, averaging 3.8 per game in their past five (ninth-most in the league).

On the flip side, Dallas is seeing a decent amount of goals against them on the road, allowing 3.8 in their past five (eighth-most).

That’s a solid intersection, and the Stars also see more shots on the road, which should open up opportunities for Jesper Bratt and the Devils’ top line.

The line of Bratt-Hughes-Sharangovich has been automatic at generating points of late.

It’s even steadier at home, where Bratt has scored four goals in his last four, including three in his last two.

I’ll ride the hot-hand with Bratt, who brings us the best odds in this parlay (+235 standalone).

Filip Forsberg

The final leg comes from the 10:00 p.m. game Tuesday, with Nashville’s Filip Forsberg.

This pick starts with the opponent. No team allows more goals per game at home in their past ten games than Seattle’s 3.9 average.

On the year, they are allowing the second most scores, so they make a terrific target for points and goals.

We’ll ride with Forsberg, who has a goal in three straight road games and four of five (five goals total).

That’s steady recent road production against a vulnerable opponent.

Nashville has also been piling on goals on the road lately. Their 3.4 goals per game average in their past five away games is ninth-most in the league.

Closing Thoughts

I like these three quite a bit Tuesday night, but know that this logic can easily extend to their teammates. I project goals scored for these three teams due to a vulnerable opponent and recent scoring production.

There are solid alternatives who may find the back of the net, like Matt Duchene for Nashville, Jack Hughes for New Jersey and Jake Guentzel for Pittsburgh. 

I like the above three, so let’s throw a couple bucks down and try and cash a parlay Tuesday night. Good luck, and bet responsibly!

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