Monday, February 6, 2012

Hockey Betting - NHL Hockey Betting Types - NHL Betting Information


Hockey is the sport played between the two teams in which teams play against each other trying to puck the ball into the antagonist goal with the hockey stick. The NHL is one the biggest sporting event for hockey enthusiasts. Trading on Hockey is similar to Baseball Trading in many aspects Money line is used in both sports are same. 

After NFL and NBA, Hockey wagers will find lower wagering limits on NHL games. Trading on Hockey had already started to gain in its own way in the market due to the profit gained by simply placing a trade on a one particular team. Winning chances are also high since there are only two teams in which you can place your odds and get more money. So, compared to other popular sports like basketball or football hockey traders are increasing in number.

Types of Hockey Odds:

Hockey Money Line Trading:

It is simple Trading on which team will win the game directly, and is straightforward and popular type of hockey trade. These trades can predict the winning team, where as point spread bets need more details. Money Line Trading seeks to estimate not only the winning team but the team’s score as well.

Hockey Over/Under Trading:

In the over/under trading, is all about wagering on the actual outcome of the game. In this trading you can guess whether the combined score will be more than or less than that number. These trades vary from game to game usually from 3 to 7 goals and most commonly, you will see as 5, 5.5, or 6.

Hockey Puck Line Trading:

The puck line is the most popular wagering form of hockey bet. This wagering is same as point spread in other sports and it contains money line. Puck line is compared to a combination of money line and point spread trading.

Hockey Point Spread Trading:

This is same as point spreads in all sports. In this you can get an equal amount of hockey trading action on both sides of every hockey trade.

Hockey Regulation Time Trading:

Hockey Regulation Time Trading only counts the first three periods. In this traders trade the favorite team at -0.5 or the underdog at +0.5.

 Hockey Parlay Trading:

Parley trading is based on the individual money line odds for multiple teams playing. This involves placing a single trade on two or more teams. These are also called as “accumulators”. In case team loses trade you should give up the entire parlay.

Hockey Proposition Trading:

Hockey Proposition Trading is also known as “prop” bets, in this trading you should place trade on various elements of the game such as player and team statistics.

Hockey Grand Salami Trading:

In Grand Salami sportsbooks will let traders to wager over or under the total number of goals scored in all of the games played over the entire day.

Hockey First Period Trading:

This the first period trading, traders trade strictly on the first 20 minutes of play. These traders are either offered in moneyline form or with a -0.5/+0.5 point spread. Some offer second and third period trading by following some rules.