The NHL community is a tight knit group of bettors that form one of the smaller communities in sports betting. Many experts in the sports betting industry feel that betting on the NHL is the smartest wager in all of sports, mainly due to the fact that less people bet on hockey and that means that the odds stay true to form.
In many sports, when the public starts to favor one team and a significant amount of money gets bet on that one team, the odds for the opposing team go in various directions. This makes the point spread and odds on the game explosive and hard to judge. That is rarely the case with NHL hockey betting since there is only a small pool of bettors wagering on a game.
With that being said, betting on hockey and specifically NHL hockey is fun, makes an already exciting game just a tad bit more entertaining and puts a different spin on the game!
NHL Betting News
It was a solid day of NHL action on Sunday, with five games in the books. Additionally, as one team is getting a key defenseman back from suspension, another is losing their goaltender for the foreseeable future. Here are the latest NHL news and notes.
Even though there were just four games in the NHL yesterday, there was still plenty of action. Before the games even started, however, a one-for-one trade went down between two struggling teams. And injuries are really starting to pile up as we move closer to the quarter-mark of the season. Here are the latest NHL news and notes. The post WednesdayÃ¢â¬â¢s Slate on Ice Had Thrilling Ending appeared first on VegasOdds.
Minnesota Wild used a clutch 3rd period goal to win on the road and keep their strong play going. The Coyotes, Bruins, Jets and more were all winners on a busy Sunday of NHL action. And the Canucks will be without one of their young stars over the next few games. Here are the latest NHL news and notes.
On Wednesday night, three games were on ice for the NHL. The Penguins and Capitals reignited their rivalry in Washington, the Predators and Avalanche battled it out in Colorado, and the Flames and Ducks played a nail-biter in Anaheim. HereÃ¢â¬â¢s a recap of each game in todayÃ¢â¬â¢s edition of NHL news and notes.
Before a busy weekend of NHL action gets started, six teams dropped the puck yesterday, including two teams playing in Helsinki. In addition, the Lightning re-signed one of their top young players to a sizable extension, and a former 30-goal scorer is back with the Ducks after a yearlong battle with injury and illness.
We talk today about how the Nashville Predators are turning into league's model team.