1-1 last night because the Avalanche took a 3-0 lead into the 3rd period before giving up 2 goals to blow the puck line. Still 3-2 on the week going into Wednesday but 4-1 would have been nice if the Avs didn’t gag. Let’s see what we have for Wednesday.
Cross Sport Parlay
Nets ML / Golden Knights ML (-127) – This one looks like easy money at -127 odds! The New Look Nets should be in full effect tonight as it’s been reported that Kyrie will be back. The Nets have won 4 straight including a great win against the Bucks two days ago. The Cavs have lost 3 of their last 4. The Nets have quickly established themselves as the team to beat in the East and they aren’t going to lose to the short handed Cavs tonight. Then we have the 3-0 Golden Knights taking on the Coyotes who they just beat 4-2 on Monday. The Knights were down going into the 3rd period in that game but they had a strong 3 goal, 3rd period. I think we will get a complete performance from Vegas tonight and they should get the win for us.
Maple Leafs (-150) – The Maple Leafs come into this one 3-1 compared to the Oilers 1-3. The Oilers are coming off of two straight losses to the Montreal Canadiens where they were outscored 8-2. The Maple Leafs beat the Canadiens 5-4 last week. The Maple Leafs have been taking advantage of the Power Play this season and have scored 6 times on the PP which ranks #2 in the league. The Oilers have allowed an average of 3.75 goals per game in their early games. I like the Maple Leafs to stay hot and get the win at home tonight.
Kemba Walker Total Points Over (13.5) – Kemba made his season debut on Sunday and although he was on a minute restriction and he only scored 9 points, he didn’t hold back on getting shots up. Kemba went 3-13 and 1-8 from 3 point range in 20 minutes of action. Give the guy a break, he was a little rusty in his first game of the season. The thing that I like is that he played that bad and still only missed the player prop number we are looking at tonight by 5 points. Kemba should get his shots up in a prime time ESPN game tonight, especially with Tatum out again. 13.5 looks like a nice number for Kemba who averaged 20.4 ppg in his first season with the Celtics last year. He averaged 24.3 ppg against the Sixers in the playoffs last season.