NHL Betting Odds

NHL Betting Odds

Hockey betting is becoming more popular each year. The NHL ranks a distant fourth among North America’s Big Four sports in terms of fan viewership and sports betting interest. But among smart bettors, pro hockey odds are one of the first places to check out each day. Many believe NHL odds can be more favorable for bettors because there is less action and therefore less need for the oddsmaker to ensure his hockey lines are razor sharp. That means you can often find better line value on the NHL odds than most sports.

This is known as one of the sports where a smart bettor who practiced proper money management can make some really huge profits. Once a bettor begins to study and understand Hockey Odds, he or she can gain a better understanding of how the bookies set their numbers. The bookies set a lot of these Hockey Odds with the public in mind. They know the public is going to bet the Detroit Red Wings and New York Rangers (and other public teams) every week so there are some great situations to get good numbers by going against teams like that. As NHL betting heats up in early October, the volume picks up and we see it continue to build right through the NHL playoffs in June. Looking for the best sportsbook for NHL betting?

Bookmaker Sportsbook is confident you’ll be very satisfied with our sportsbook, if you are a hockey bettor. Of course we have industry-leading sign-up and re-load bonuses, but our comprehensive NHL odds and lines cover everything you’ll need. Give hockey gambling a try and you may be very pleased with your results. Before you can start to bet the NHL, it’s important to have a solid understanding of the money line. The money line is the most common method of betting the NHL, although there is also a puck line as well as totals. A number of sportsbooks also offer the “Grand Salami,” which is the combined total of all the games that are played on a particular day.

The 2012 All-Star Game will be played at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, home of the Ottawa Senators. This will be the Senators’ first-ever hosting of the game, which will coincide with the 20th anniversary of the Senators returning to the NHL.2011 NHL All-Star game Results The 58th NHL All-Star game was played on Sunday Jan. 30, 2011, (4:00 p.m. ET, CBC/VERSUS) at the RBC Center in Raleigh, North Carolina, home of the Carolina Hurricanes and this year the Detroit Red Wings defenseman Nicklas Lidstrom beat Carolina Hurricanes center Eric Staal 11-10 in the NHL All Star Game.