NHL Betting Guide

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Our NHL Betting Guide was prepared to help educate you on the subject of betting on the NHL. Everything you need to know about betting on the NHL is listed below. Learn where to bet on the NHL, how to understand odds, and the types of bets you can make on the NHL. We cover all of the bet types, like  NHL moneyline betting, NHL Puck Line Betting, Total Goals, Alternate Puck Lines and more. We'll also teach you what NHL Futures/ Propositions are.

 

 

NHL Betting: Bankroll Management

Proper bankroll management is crucial when betting on anything. It's a long season and you can't make it through the entire run if you blow your entire bankroll the first week! Click Here to learn about proper Bankroll Management…

 

NHL Betting: Odds Explained

Before you begin learning the types of NHL bets, you must first understand NHL Betting Odds and how they work. Read more about NHL Odds.


 

 Types of bets Explained: Money line

The NHL Money Line is the most common type of NHL bet. The money line bet is a wager on one team to beat another. Learn about the NHL Money Line…

 

 Types of bets Explained: Puck Line

A puck line adds 1.5 points to one team’s final score, and subtracts 1.5 points from the other teams final score. The point of this is to make two teams more even for betting purposes (say a Number 1 team is playing last place). Sometimes odds for a favorite in a money line bet are too low to appeal to any bettor (like 1.30), so they may instead bet the puck line. Click here to read our entire NHL Puck Line Betting Article…

 Types of bets Explained: Total Goals (Over/Under)

Every NHL game will have a total number of goals, and you have the ability to choose “over or under” that number. Most games, for example, have the total set at 5.5 goals. You are probably wondering ” how can there be .5 goals?!”. The .5 is used to prevent ties, think of it is the line between the number 5 and 6. Therefore, if you wager on the “Over”, you are betting the combined goals in the game will be at least 6 goals. If you wager on the under, Click here to read our entire NHL Total Goals Betting Article…

 

 Types of bets Explained: 1st Period Betting

First period betting is also available by most sports books. You are wagering on the outcome of the 1st period only. Click here to learn all about 1st Period Betting…

NHL Futures: Conference Winner, Stanley Cup Winner, Total Team Points

Learn about these types of NHL Futures bets where you can pick the conference winner, Stanley cup winner, or choose over or under a teams total points for the season. Click here to read about NHL Betting Futures…


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