Hockey Betting Odds

As the National Hockey League preseason gets rolling in September, hockey betting odds become a fixture of the betting landscape until the Stanley Cup Champion is crowned in early June. The NHL offers bettors a long season and four rounds of playoff actions. If that is not enough hockey betting action, individuals can find plenty more with North American Junior leagues, international competitions and even some overseas leagues such as the KHL.

Hockey Odds Today

Check out the best hockey betting odds today just below here, with convenient links to top rated bookmakers and up-to-date lines and prices. 

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Away Score Home Money Line
Monday 08 January
AOT Jackets 3 - 2 Toronto Maple Leafs +153 -164 Odds
Tuesday 09 January
FT Winnipeg Jets 7 - 4 Buffalo Sabres -149 +150 Odds
FT Vancouver Canucks 1 - 3 Washington Capitals +180 -192 Odds
FT Chicago Blackhawks 8 - 2 Ottawa Senators -106 +105 Odds
FT Carolina Hurricanes 4 - 5 Tampa Bay Lightning +175 -189 Odds
FT Florida Panthers 7 - 4 St. Louis Blues +146 -156 Odds
FT Edmonton Oilers 1 - 2 Nashville Predators +145 -152 Odds
AOT Calgary Flames 3 - 2 Minnesota Wild +120 -127 Odds
Wednesday 10 January
Ottawa Senators 19:30 Toronto Maple Leafs +170 -213 Odds
Minnesota Wild 20:00 Chicago Blackhawks +105 -112 Odds
Thursday 11 January
Carolina Hurricanes 19:00 Washington Capitals
Jackets 19:00 Buffalo Sabres
Calgary Flames 19:30 Tampa Bay Lightning
Friday 12 January
Vancouver Canucks 19:00 Jackets
Washington Capitals 19:30 Carolina Hurricanes
Calgary Flames 19:30 Florida Panthers
Winnipeg Jets 20:30 Chicago Blackhawks
Edmonton Oilers 21:00 Arizona Coyotes
Saturday 13 January
New York Islanders 13:00 New York Rangers
Detroit Red Wings 13:00 Pittsburgh Penguins
Philadelphia Flyers 19:00 New Jersey Devils
Boston Bruins 19:00 Montreal Canadiens
Winnipeg Jets 19:00 Minnesota Wild
Colorado Avalanche 21:00 Dallas Stars
Edmonton Oilers 22:00 Knights
Arizona Coyotes 22:30 San Jose Sharks
Anaheim Ducks 22:30 Los Angeles Kings
Sunday 14 January
Detroit Red Wings 12:30 Chicago Blackhawks
Calgary Flames 15:00 Carolina Hurricanes
New York Rangers 19:30 Pittsburgh Penguins
Vancouver Canucks 20:00 Minnesota Wild

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Best Hockey Betting Tips

Hockey is a global sport with leagues operating all over North America, Europe and Russia. Coupled this with international competitions – including the Olympics – interest and betting on hockey has greatly expanded since the hockey world was dominated by only six National Hockey League franchises. Now with plenty of teams and options, it is important to understand how these different wagering options work.

Hockey betting features the traditional money lines, over/under and future prices betting option, but it also features a somewhat unique option called the puck line. The puck line is the lovechild of a money line and a spread bet. A typical hockey money line will have a favourite and an underdog. For example let’s say the Calgary Flames are playing the Dallas Stars.

The Stars are favoured at a money line of -215 and the Flames are underdogs at +205. A bettor may believe the Stars are a much better team and will more than just win, but win by multiple goals. This bettor will want to look for the puck line. Now Dallas is favoured at -215 on the traditional money line, the puck line may be -1.5/-148 and -2.5/-105. The -1.5 ad -2.5 are spreads, meaning the Star need to win by 2 or 3 goals for the bettor to win their bet. If the Stars beat the Flames by a score of 4-2, then a bettor who wagered on the -1.5/-148 puck line will win while bettors who picked the -2.5/-105 puck line go home empty handed.

To become like Wayne Gretzky A.K.A “The Great One”, bettors need to stay on top of their game. This can be done by regularly checking the standings and stats, paying attention to trades and injuries and looking for mismatches on the ice and between the pipes. Once you have all this down you too can be “Great” at wagering on Canada’s favour sport.