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Hockey Betting Explained

Here we will explain the different types of hockey bets. We will explain what they mean, how they are scored, and how they are graded. 

Money Line: This will be a bet on which team will win outright. There are three types of bets for total goals; overtime included, and regulation only, and 3-way bets.

Puck Line: This is a bet on the spread in the game. There are two types of bets for total goals; overtime included, and regulation only.

Total Goals: This is a bet on how many combined goals there will be in the game. There are two types of bets for total goals; overtime included, and regulation only.

Regulation Only: This is a bet on only the first 60 minutes of the game. Overtime is not included.

Overtime Included: When your bet includes the full amount of time in the game. This includes overtime and the shootout.

3-Way- This is a regulation only bet that includes betting the game will be tied and go into overtime.

Double Chance-  You are betting on two of the three outcomes in the game between Team A, Team B, and tie.

Next Goal: You are betting on which team will score the next goal in the game

Team Totals: You are betting on how many goals just that team will score.

Correct Score: You are betting on the exact final score of the game.

No goal first 5 minutes: This will be a bet on whether or not a goal will be scored within the first 5 minutes of the game.

Interval Winner: You are betting on a specific period of time during the game.

Both teams to score (BTTS): You are betting that both teams will score the specified amount of goals in the offered play.

Periods: This is a bet on each specific period. You can bet on total goals or sides for each period.

No goal first 10 minutes: This will be a bet on whether or not a goal will be scored within the first 10 minutes of the game.

Props:

First Goal Scorer: This is a bet on who will score the first goal of the game.

Last Goal Scorer: This is a bet on who will score the last goal of the game.

Anytime Scorer/Goal Scorer: This is a bet on who will score a goal at any time of the game.

To score 2+ goals: This is a bet on if a player will score two or more goals in the game.

To score 3+ goals: This is a bet on if a player will score three or more goals in the game.

Points: This is a bet on whether or not a player will score a goal or earn an assist in the game.

2+ points: This is a bet on whether or not a player will score two or more points in the game.

3+ points: This is a bet on whether or not a player will score three or more points in the game.

Shots: This is a bet on how many registered shots a player has in the game. A shot is counted when they score a goal or their shot is saved by the goaltender. If a shot hits the post or does not touch the goalie it is not considered a shot.

Power Play Points: This is a bet on whether or not a player will score a goal or record an assist on a goal scored on the power play.

Blocked Shots: This is a bet on whether or not a player blocks an opposing player’s shot from getting to the net.

Saves: This is a bet on how many saves the goaltender makes in the game.

Shutout: This is a bet on whether or not a goalie does not give up a goal. The goaltender must not give up a goal and play the full time of the game to earn the shutout statistic.

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