Hockey Betting and NHL Betting

Explanation of NHL Betting

Hockey betting is not very unlike betting on football, basketball, or baseball, though it does have some peculiarities. For example, there is the goal line spread. An anomaly in the world of sports, the goal line in hockey is always set at 1.5 goals for every single game. This is due to the fact that, statistically speaking, the outcome of most hockey games is either a one goal difference or a tie. The team that has to cover the 1.5 goal line with a two-goal win or more is considered the favorite on the moneyline, while the team picked as having to win by two goals or more is not the favorite to cover the spread.

NHL Odds - Kings at Devils

The Devils have lived to see another day, with their 3-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings in Tinseltown on Wednesday night. That day will be Saturday, back at Newark's Prudential Center beginning at 8:00ET.
 This one is scheduled to be back on the "real" NBC network and will serve as a lead in to Saturday Night Live.

NHL Betting on Devils vs. Kings

Hooray for Hollywood! You may think that would be the phrase being sung by the Los Angeles Kings as they return to the Staples Center tonight for an 8:05ET puck drop in game three of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals. For the national TV audience this one is back on the NBC Sports Network, as opposed to the the actual NBC Network.

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