How to bet on NHL?

Bet on NHL

If you know how to bet on NHL, here are short guide will surely help you. The NHL (National Hockey League) is a professional Ice Hockey League in North America.

How to bet on NHL? Handicap and money line:

In hockey betting we will usually find the possibility of betting on moneyline or handicap, also called specifically for this Puckline sport. In these bets, the house will give a positive and negative handicap of 1.5 to each team.

How to bet on NHL?
National Hockey League

How can you make money on this type of bets?

The first thing you have to do is forget about goal averages. Stockings tend to give a distorted image of reality. Although a team has an average of 5 goals in the last 20 games, if in two of them they scored only one goal, the average of five stops being useful.

How to bet on NHL?

For this reason, it is better to observe how often the matches of this team exceed a certain number of goals. For example, if the total numbers of goals offered by the bookmaker for a Los Angeles Kings game are 5.5, investigate how many times the Kings have exceeded that goal.

If you observe a clear trend in this aspect, you may have found a bet of great value.

It can also be useful to observe the total of goals in the recent clashes between both teams, and of course, assess their performances when playing as a local or visitors.

You will often see the fees presented in this way:

•    New York Rangers -1.5 2.90

•    Chicago Blackhawks +1.5 1.40

However, these types of bets are not very popular, since it is difficult to succeed in them because ice hockey is a sport in which the markers tend to be very tight. This is the reason why most bettors opt for the money line.

In contrast, in cases where the quota for the favorite barely exceeds 1.50, the handicap can offer us something more attractive. In addition, we have the possibility to combine both. This means that if we bet on the favorite to win in line of money and the loser to cover the handicap of +1.5 goals, we can take benefits from the two bets. Read more about NHL here.