Hockey Betting

Bet on Hockey

We take Action on all NHL events. Our Wagering Menu for Hockey Betting includes, but is not limited to, the following Exciting Wagers:

  • Moneyline for each game
  • Total (over/under) for each game
  • Puck Line for each game

CLICK HERE to go to the NHL wagering page.

Betting Rules

For betting purposes, unless otherwise stipulated, games are official after 55 minutes of play. Teams must play for there to be action, all wagers included, all leagues included.

  • Moneyline Wagers is proud to offer moneyline wagering on hockey to our online members. Moneyline Wagering is simply wagering on the contest based on a given price rather than a pointspread. The team wagered on just has to win the game.

Example - Moneyline Wager

The posted line on a hockey game is the New Jersey Devils -155 at the Dallas Stars +135.

A player could choose one of two moneyline wagers on this matchup: Devils -155 - If the Devils win then the player laid $155.00 to win $100.00. Stars +135 - If the Stars win then the player who bet $100.00 wins $135.00.

Total (over/under) Betting Wagers is proud to offer total (over/under) betting on hockey to our online members. On an over/under wager, the total goals of the game by both teams must fall over or under the side selected.


The posted total on a hockey game is 4 1/2 Under -125 Over +105.

A player could choose one of two Total (over/under) wagers on this matchup: Over 4 1/2 +105 - If the total goals of both teams combined are more than 4 1/2, then the player bet $100.00 to win $105.00. Under 4 1/2 -125 - If the total goals of both teams combined are less than 4 1/2, then the player who laid $125.00 wins $100.00.

In Live Action Hockey betting, wagering is based on regulation time only for sides and totals, not including overtime unless otherwise stated in the wager details.

Puck Line Betting

Puck Lines wagers are where one team has a spread of -1.5, and the other team conversely has a spread of +1.5, each with their respective odds attached. Puck Line wagering in hockey is considered the same as Run Line betting in baseball, and just as in Run Line betting, same-game parlays including Puck Lines and Totals are prohibited.

Here is an example of NHL puck line wager:

San Jose Sharks -1.5 (+150)
Boston Bruins +1.5 (-170)

In this scenario, the San Jose Sharks would need to win the game by two goals or more to win the wager, while the Boston Bruins would need to lose by one goal or less in order to win the wager.

Overtime and Shootouts Betting

For wagering purposes overtimes and shootouts count towards the final score. If a team scores in overtime or wins shootout one goal will count towards final score. So sides and totals are affected.