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NHL Season 2022/23

October 7th 2022 to April 13th 2023
National Hockey League

2022 NHL Odds, Lines, Props & Futures

NHL 2022 Season Betting Lines

NHL Betting Lines

NHL Stanley Cup 2022 Futures: Odds to win

Rot Odds to win 2023 Stanley Cup Moneyline
2001 Colorado Avalanche     +550
2002 Boston Bruins     +600
2003 Vegas Golden Knights     +1000
2004 Carolina Hurricanes     +1200
2005 Tampa Bay Lightning     +1400
2006 Toronto Maple Leafs     +1400
2007 Florida Panthers     +1600
2008 New Jersey Devils     +1100
2009 Calgary Flames     +1800
2010 Edmonton Oilers     +2200
2011 New York Rangers     +2200
2012 Pittsburgh Penguins     +2500
2013 Minnesota Wild     +3000
2014 Dallas Stars     +2000
2015 Los Angeles Kings     +4000
2016 New York Islanders     +4000
2017 Winnipeg Jets     +4000
2018 St. Louis Blues     +5000
2019 Seattle Kraken     +5000
2020 Washington Capitals     +7000
2021 Detroit Red Wings     +8000
2022 Nashville Predators     +8000
2023 Buffalo Sabres     +12500
2024 Vancouver Canucks     +15000
2025 Ottawa Senators     +15000
2026 Montreal Canadiens     +20000
2027 Philadelphia Flyers     +20000
2028 Columbus Blue Jackets     +20000
2029 Anaheim Ducks     +25000
2030 Chicago Blackhawks     +25000
2031 San Jose Sharks     +25000
2032 Arizona Coyotes     +50000
All wagers have action. 2023 Stanley Cup Winner.

NHL Odds Overview

The National Hockey League provides an exciting showcase of talent on ice, provides plenty of entertainment value and the right amount of aggression. Hockey is fast-paced and a lot can go on in three 20 minute periods – especially when it comes to betting. NHL betting odds are released before every game and there’s much more to hockey betting than just picking the winner of the game.

The NHL is quite popular in North America, it is followed by both Americans and Canadians quite closely – there are 32 teams, 25 of which are located in the United States and seven are located in Canada.

The 32 teams are separated into two conferences: The Eastern Conference and The Western Conference. Those conferences are then separated into two divisions: The Atlantic and Metropolitan in the Eastern Conference, and the Pacific and Central divisions in the Western Conference.

Eastern Conference

ATLANTIC DIVISION METROPOLITAN DIVISION
Boston Bruins Carolina Hurricanes
Buffalo Sabres Columbus Blue Jackets
Detroit Red Wings New Jersey Devils
Florida Panthers New York Islanders
Montreal Canadiens New York Rangers
Ottawa Senators Philadelphia Flyers
Tampa Bay Lightning Pittsburgh Penguins
Toronto Maple Leafs Washington Capitals

Western Conference

PACIFIC DIVISION CENTRAL DIVISION
Anaheim Ducks Arizona Coyotes
Calgary Flames Chicago Blackhawks
Edmonton Oilers Colorado Avalanche
Los Angeles Kings Dallas Stars
San Jose Sharks Minnesota Wild
Seattle Kraken Nashville Predators
Vancouver Canucks St. Louis Blues
Las Vegas Golden Knights Winnipeg Jets

NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs

Once the regular season concludes, the Stanley Cup Playoffs begin and consist of four rounds. Each round will have a best of seven series, where games five through seven are only played if necessary. Only the top eight teams from each conference will qualify for the playoffs.

The Stanley Cup playoffs will follow a bracket-style format until we find ourselves with Conference champions that will head to the Stanley Cup Final.

NHL Stanley Cup Final

The Stanley Cup Final concludes the NHL season and crowns a champion. Many will have bet on a team to win the Stanley Cup Final, as Stanley Cup odds are released early in the year. The Stanley Cup Final will host the winner of the Eastern and Western Conference Championships in a Best of Seven Series.

Past NHL Stanley Cup Winners

2022 – Colorado Avalanche over Tampa Bay Lightning
2021 – Tampa Bay Lightning over the Montreal Canadiens
2020 – Tampa Bay Lightning over the Dallas Stars
2019 – St. Louis Blues over the Boston Bruins
2018 – Washington Capitals over the Las Vegas Golden Knights
2017 – Pittsburgh Penguins over the Nashville Predators
2016 – Pittsburgh Penguins over the San Jose Sharks
2015 – Chicago Blackhawks over the Tampa Bay Lightning
2014 – Los Angeles Kings over the New York Rangers
2013 – Chicago Blackhawks over the Boston Bruins
2012 – Los Angeles Kings over the New Jersey Devils
2011 – Boston Bruins over the Vancouver Canucks

Betting on NHL Odds

The NHL can be a reliable and exciting sport to bet on and provides a great schedule of games for you to choose from. We recommend familiarizing yourselves with the players and teams and identifying teams that might have the potential to have a hot season in 2021-2022.

Betting on NHL futures can be a promising venture. Look at the 2019 St Louis Blues – huge underdogs to start the season and ended up winning the Stanley Cup Final. The handful of bettors who placed money on the Blues that season ended up with life-changing money at the end of that game.

Ensuring you have a betting strategy will be a huge and important step if you’re looking to bet on the NHL, you will want to make sure you are paying attention to injury reports each game, making sure that star players who could affect the bottom line aren’t sitting out. We love to see NHL parlay bets as well, they can be really exciting as there are always a few NHL games on the schedule each game night. Most nights you can bet on a few teams in a parlay and if you pick correctly, end up with some great money!

However you choose to bet on the NHL, we have a great selection of betting odds here at BetUS, and we are always offering great in-game and live betting options. Sign up today and take advantage of our welcome bonus and one of the best loyalty programs in the industry.

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Learn How to Bet on the NHL

The NHL is one of the most popular sports across North America, with 32 teams – 25 in the United States and seven across the Canadian provinces. With that, comes plenty of opportunities to bet on the NHL, and we are here to help you learn how to bet on the NHL and how to read NHL odds.

The first thing we need to look at is the NHL odds.

NHL Odds

When you head to our sportsbook for the first time, you may feel overwhelmed with numbers, these numbers are odds, and they will tell you how likely it is that an outcome will occur. To keep things simple, we are going to stick to American odds formatting, because it is most common in the United States, and it can be easy to interpret and identify the underdogs and favorites.

The odds will be displayed with a plus or minus sign next to it. This is your first indicator. A negative sign indicates a favored team or player, and the positive sign will indicate an underdog, meaning they are less likely to win.

The higher the number on either side indicates the more or less likely they are to win. +1000 would indicate a huge underdog, and -500 would indicate a large favorite. -120 would mean the team is slightly favored and so on.

NHL Betting Options

Let’s look into some NHL betting options and outline some examples to help you learn a little more about NHL odds.

NHL Moneyline Odds

The NHL moneyline is the easiest bet you can place in hockey. This requires you to choose the outright winner of the game. You pick between the two teams competing, and if your team wins, you win your bet. If your team loses, you lose your bet.

This is a great starting point for new bettors as it allows you to test the water and make some simple choices while getting your feet wet.

If you have the following odds:

New York Rangers +200
Philadelphia Flyers -120

This means that the Flyers are favored to win this game and the Rangers are the underdog. The odds indicate that it might be a close game – not a huge blowout, so you could be enticed to bet on the underdog.

These underdog plus money odds will show you how much you would win on a $100 wager. Betting on the Flyers would pay out $300 ($200 plus your initial $100 stake).

If you wanted to play it safe and bet on the Flyers to win, you would have to bet $100 to win $120 for a total of $220 in winnings if you’re correct.

You can bet any amount, American odds just help you see the potential for your winnings on a $100 wager.

NHL Point Spread Odds

Point spreads can be a popular option when it comes to betting on the NHL. It can be a little more complicated but it’s a great option to have in your sports betting tool kit. Point spreads in hockey are commonly referred to as ‘puckline odds’ as hockey doesn’t keep track of points, but they keep track of goals.

A puckline will give the underdog team a head start, an imaginary point or two before the game even begins. This will allow the game to be a little more evenly matched and give you a better opportunity to bet on a lop-sided game.

These are also shown with plus and minus symbols to show you the underdog and the favorite. The minus symbol will tell you that team needs to win by the number listed next to it, and the plus symbol will show you that team has the imaginary head start and must either win the game or lose by less than that number.

If the puckline odds look like this:

Colorado Avalanche +1.5
Vancouver Canucks -1.5

This means that the Canucks are favored to win the game and must win by more than two points. On the flip side, the Avalanche are the underdogs and must either win the game outright by any amount or lose by 1 point.

A close 2-1 game would make for an Avalanche bet to cash.
A 6-1 blowout by the Canucks would mean the favorite bet would cash.

NHL Totals

NHL Totals are simple and easy to understand and are great options for those who aren’t overly familiar with the teams playing. Your job when betting the NHL totals is to determine whether both teams will score more or less than the oddsmaker’s line as a collective. The final score added together will either have to be higher or lower than the NHL odds displayed for the game.

If you have two teams playing and the total is set at 5.5, you will have to determine if you think the total number of points for both teams will be over or under that number. If the final score is 4-1, the under would cash. If the score was 6-5 the over would cash, and so on.

NHL Prop Betting

Prop bets are fun betting options you can take advantage of during the games that have nothing to do with the final score. You can bet on various props throughout the game including player props that might ask you if a certain player will score during the game, or which team will win score the most points in the first period.

There are countless prop options available for each game and usually are a combination of moneylines and totals.

NHL Futures

NHL Futures bets are exactly as they sound –or betting on an outcome that occurs in the future.

Betting on the winner of the Stanley Cup Final is a perfect example of a futures bet in the NHL. You can also bet on the divisional winners, conference winners, and so forth. Odds are released for these wagers almost as soon as the previous Stanley Cup is hoisted and they fluctuate all year long until the playoffs.

Some sports bettors have been lucky to bet on a huge underdog team that ended up winning the big bucks – life-changing amounts of money.

We recommend placing an NHL futures wager each year, as you never know when you could pick a winner and win big.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I bet on the NHL Odds?

Yes, it is easy to bet on NHL odds once you find the perfect online sportsbook for you. BetUS Sportsbook has a great selection of NHL odds and offers great sign-up bonuses, promotions, and loyalty programs.

Where to find Vegas Odds for NHL?

You can find vegas odds at BetUS Sportsbook without having to step foot in Vegas. BetUS Sportsbook has a great selection of NHL odds that you can bet on from the comfort of your own home.

How to read NHL Odds?

Reading NHL odds is easy and doesn’t require a lot of work. You can find an in-depth guide on our How to Bet on the NHL tab on the NHL odds page. This will help you understand how NHL betting works and how you can read the odds to determine your winnings.

Is Betting on the NHL Odds Legal?

Yes, betting on the NHL is totally legal as long as sports betting is legal and regulated in your state. Betting legally on NHL odds has never been easier than it is now that online sports betting is available in the United States.

Where can I bet on the NHL Odds?

NHL odds are available at BetUS Sportsbook and are always competitive and plentiful. You can find upwards of 50 betting options per NHL game which makes for plenty of betting opportunities!

Why is BetUS a good option to bet on NHL Odds Online?

BetUS Sportsbook has a great selection of NHL odds available at your fingertips but also has great incentives and promotions. You can sign up and take advantage of the welcome bonus, then also receive periodic promotions and rewards through our loyalty program.

How to Bet on the NHL Odds?

We have a full guide to help you learn how to bet on NHL odds. Head to our NHL page and click the How to Bet on the NHL tab to learn everything from NHL moneyline bets, NHL point spreads, futures and props.

Who is the favorite to win NHL Odds?

The Tampa Bay Lightning just won their second consecutive Stanley Cup and while we don’t think they will win three championships in a row, they are favored to win the 2022 title for now.

How do NHL Odds work?

NHL odds will show you how likely it is that your NHL bet will win. It will show you how big of an underdog a team is, or how favored a team is, and also show you how much you will need to wager to win a certain amount of money or how much you might win on a certain wager.

Is there any betting strategy to use for the NHL?

The NHL is rather a low-scoring sport, so it’s advisable to keep an eye on team stats and be cautious with your wagers. Choose totals or point spreads when you need to, as they can help with close games.

How can I make an NHL Parlay?

Making an NHL parlay is easy, all you need to do is pick a few teams you think will win the games and add them to your bet slip. Once you are happy with your selections, you can select the parlay tab, and enter in your risk. This will pool all the odds from your games together to create a riskier wager that will ultimately pay out much more than betting those games separately. All legs of your parlay bet must cash for you to win any money.