5 PrizePicks props for Thursday’s 6s game

Four different series enter the first round of the 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs in Game 6 on Thursday.

Here are my top five PrizePicks props to list. For those unfamiliar with the flexible plays from PrizePicks, correctly predicting 5 of 5 instruments scores a 10x payoff, 4 of 5 scores a 2x return and a 3 of 5 scores a 0.4x return.

You can also take these plays and do smaller shows using just two or three props to get lower payouts.

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NHL player props

Steven Stamkos over 0.5 assists

Maple Leafs at Lightning, 7:30 p.m. ET

The Tampa Bay Lightning is looking to lift the series at 3-3 after Tuesday’s 4-3 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs. While I hit Justin Faulk’s brace on Tuesday, I missed the mark on this but am giving it another stab at this match.

Despite not scoring an assist in three straight games, the metrics suggest the Palat/Stamkos/Kucherov streak deserves more goals. While this streak has scored only two equal strengths over its last two games, this streak leads Lightning in xGF.

I wouldn’t play with that total if it jumped from 0.5 to 1.

Victor Hedmann over 0.5 assists

Maple Leafs at Lightning, 7:30 p.m. ET

In a play that has a good relationship with the Stamkos element, I’d love for Hedman to have at least one help in this game. Not only are Hedman and Stamkos on the snow together for a lot due to the massive amount of snow time, but they’re also snowboarding together on their first powerhouse unit.

Game 2 was the last game in which Stamkos scored an assist, and Hedman scored three in that competition. Back in the regular season, Hedman has had 21 assists over his last 13 games.

I wouldn’t play this number with anything higher than 0.5.

Justin Falk Over 2.5 shots on goal

Wild at Blues, 9:30 p.m. ET

The St. Louis Blues are looking to advance to the next round as they host the Minnesota Wild in Game Six after winning 5-2 on Tuesday. We hit this pillar on TuesdayAnd I’ll go back to the well again.

While Robert Bortuzzo and Nick Leddy returned to the lineup in Game 5, Faulk still scored over 25 minutes of ice time and went for that total. Falk has now surpassed that figure in three of his last four games and should have a good chance to do so again with defenders Marco Scandella and Tori Krug questionable to play.

I wouldn’t play this total at anything above 2.5.

Kirill Kaprizov over 0.5 goals

Wild at Blues, 9:30 p.m. ET

I’m targeting another player prop in this game as Kirill Kaprizov continues to be the most dynamic character in the series to date. Kaprizov has now scored in four consecutive games, scoring seven goals during that time.

In the series, Kaprizov leads the wild in both shots on target and expected goals (xGF). Obviously this game should be won by Minnesota, so we should expect to see Kaprizov there as much as possible and shoot the most shots at the net to give his team a chance to force Game 7.

I will not play this number above 0.5.

Adrien Kembe More than 3.5 shots on goal

Oilers at Kings, 10 p.m. ET

The Los Angeles Kings are looking to advance to the next round as they host the Edmonton Oilers with a 3-2 lead in the series after a 5-4 win in overtime on Tuesday. Adrian Kempe was the hero of Game 5 as he scored the overtime goal, which capped a three-point night.

Scoring two goals from nine shots, the Kings regular season goal leader finally managed to weather the drought. Scoring four or more shots on target in four out of five games in this series so far, Kempe should enter Game 6 with great confidence and beat that number for us.

I wouldn’t play this total above 3.5.

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