The National Hockey League is fast, it’s aggressive, but above all else, it’s exciting! The NHL is played at a million miles an hour which means it’s unpredictable and goals can come out of nowhere. Therefore, it’s only natural it’s a sport that attracts sports bettors.
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The regular NHL season commences on October 2, 2020, and ends with a 12 game slate on April 4, 2021.
Once the regular season schedule has concluded on April 4, 2020, and the playoff places have been finalized. The playoffs will commence on April 8, 2021.
After raising their first Stanley Cup championship banner, the St. Louis Blues will be hoping they can get back once more.
The Puck Line is a bet that only appears in NHL betting. A Puck Line bet works just the same as how a spread bet works in most other sports. NHL games are low scoring compared to other North American sports. Therefore, the puck line or point spread is usually only 1.5 goals, where the favorite starts on -1.5, whereas the underdog starts on +1.5.
If the favorite is -1.5 on the puck line, then this means the favorite has to win by two or more goals to win the bet. For example, let’s say you wagered the St. Louis Blues -1.5 on the puck line and they won 4-3 against the Toronto Maple Leafs. This means that you would have lost your bet because the St. Louis Blues couldn’t cover the -1.5 spread.
Now, if the underdog is +1.5 on the puck line, then the underdog can win, draw or lose the match by less than two points. For example, let’s say you wagered the Arizona Coyotes to cover +1.5 on the puck line they lost 4-3 against the Vegas Golden Knights. This means that you would have won your bet because the St. Louis Blues couldn’t cover the -1.5 spread.