NHL Western Betting Odds

The NHL’s Western Conference is home to both the Pacific Division and the Central Division. It gets a lot of interest from Canadian fans, as it is home for Canadian Teams such as the Winnipeg Jets, the Calgary Flames and the Edmonton Oilers. If you’re looking at betting on the NHl’s Western conference, don’t open yourself up to too much advice. With so many passionate hockey fans you’re always going to get lots of tips when it comes to placing bets. [+]

Yes it’s good to listen, but it’s always best you use your own strategy when formulating your own plan. Canada loves hockey and has some of the friendliest online betting laws. This is part of the reason that betting on the NHL remains so popular. 

NHL Western Odds Today

We are your source for the sharpest betting lines in Canada, and your go-to page for NHL Western odds today.

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Away Score Home Money Line
Monday 17 October
FT San Jose Sharks 4 - 7 New York Rangers -135 +115 Odds
AOT Colorado Avalanche 4 - 3 Pittsburgh Penguins +165 -185 Odds
FT Ottawa Senators 1 - 5 Detroit Red Wings +130 -152 Odds
FT Boston Bruins 4 - 1 Winnipeg Jets +105 -125 Odds
Tuesday 18 October
Anaheim Ducks 19:00 New Jersey Devils -102 -108 Odds
San Jose Sharks 19:00 New York Islanders +109 -120 Odds
Colorado Avalanche 19:00 Washington Capitals +193 -213 Odds
Pittsburgh Penguins 19:30 Montreal Canadiens +114 -127 Odds
Arizona Coyotes 19:30 Ottawa Senators +118 -130 Odds
Florida Panthers 19:30 Tampa Bay Lightning +140 -154 Odds
Dallas Stars 20:00 Nashville Predators +123 -133 Odds
Los Angeles Kings 20:00 Minnesota Wild +125 -130 Odds
Philadelphia Flyers 20:30 Chicago Blackhawks +139 -149 Odds
Buffalo Sabres 21:00 Calgary Flames +136 -149 Odds
Carolina Hurricanes 21:00 Edmonton Oilers +125 -137 Odds
St. Louis Blues 22:00 Vancouver Canucks -149 +140 Odds
Wednesday 19 October
Toronto Maple Leafs 20:00 Winnipeg Jets
Detroit Red Wings 20:00 New York Rangers
Thursday 20 October
New Jersey Devils 19:00 Boston Bruins
Anaheim Ducks 19:00 Philadelphia Flyers
San Jose Sharks 19:00 Pittsburgh Penguins
Arizona Coyotes 19:30 Montreal Canadiens
Colorado Avalanche 19:30 Tampa Bay Lightning
Washington Capitals 19:30 Florida Panthers
Toronto Maple Leafs 20:00 Minnesota Wild
Los Angeles Kings 20:30 Dallas Stars -132 +111 Odds
Carolina Hurricanes 21:00 Calgary Flames
St. Louis Blues 21:00 Edmonton Oilers
Buffalo Sabres 22:00 Vancouver Canucks
Friday 21 October
Arizona Coyotes 19:00 New York Islanders
Chicago Blackhawks 19:00 Jackets
Nashville Predators 19:30 Detroit Red Wings
Saturday 22 October
Toronto Maple Leafs 19:00 Chicago Blackhawks
Montreal Canadiens 19:00 Boston Bruins
Tampa Bay Lightning 19:00 Ottawa Senators
San Jose Sharks 19:00 Detroit Red Wings
Colorado Avalanche 19:00 Florida Panthers
Minnesota Wild 19:00 New Jersey Devils
Carolina Hurricanes 19:00 Philadelphia Flyers
New York Rangers 19:00 Washington Capitals
Pittsburgh Penguins 20:00 Nashville Predators
Jackets 20:00 Dallas Stars
Vancouver Canucks 22:00 Los Angeles Kings
St. Louis Blues 22:00 Calgary Flames
Sunday 23 October
Edmonton Oilers 15:00 Winnipeg Jets -123 +104 Odds
Minnesota Wild 18:00 New York Islanders
Arizona Coyotes 19:00 New York Rangers
Vancouver Canucks 20:00 Anaheim Ducks

NHL Western Standings

Here are your NHL Western standings. See who’s on top and who’s making a move.

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Best NHL Western Conference Betting Tips

The first thing bettors should know is that hockey is obviously a lower scoring game than football or basketball. This means betting on the over/under of any given game is a bit tougher than other sports. Remember to always look at the goalie match-up first. 

As mentioned above, most sports fans in Canada are a hockey fans. Just about everyone will have an theory on who you should be putting your money on. But, don’t forget that bettors help dictate the lines and the odds. So doing the opposite of what all the other fans are betting on will often help you win some big money. 

Some bettors follow what’s called the zig zag theory when they bet on hockey. Basically, it means you bet on a team that just lost, because they are due to bounce back for a win. Be careful with this mentality. Zig zagging doesn’t really apply to hot or cold teams that are likely to go on a big streak. It is an OK strategy when two average and evenly matched teams are squaring off. It also doesn’t factor in things like hot goaltenders or injuries that may be causing the losses. 

You should also remember that home ice advantage is really only a statistically big deal for the NHL’s best teams. The rest of the league only wins a bit more than half of their home games. Betting on the home team is not quite as safe as it would be in the NFL or the NBA.