My Favorite NHL Betting Strategies

Canadian gamblers have all kinds of NHL betting strategies up their sleeves. Which ones work and which do not? I'll share my favorites with you so that you have all of the information you need to make wise choices with your money.

Some of the ideas that you'll get online are silly to say the least. If it doesn't make any sense to you, then my recommendation is to leave it alone. Oftentimes, the best NHL betting strategies are as plain as the nose on your face. Determining whether or not something works depends upon one factor alone: whether or not it produces results. There are still times when I lose a bet, but I can tell you with certainty that the systems I use allow me to win more often.

One of my favorite systems out there is the one that asks me to place money on the home team if they play three away games and lose all of them. In this case, the odds are high that they are motivated to win at this point and that being on their own home turf will be enough to give them that edge. The risk here is minimal because the rules are simple and straightforward. I have found that the more complex the rules for these systems become, the riskier the wagers become as well.

Another of my favorite NHL betting strategies is to focus more on the spread than the money line. There are all kinds of things that can go wrong that might affect the money line. If the team's top two players are injured, then the risk is huge. Of course, putting money on the spread alone is also risky since the same injuries could close any perceived gap. The best thing to do then, at least in my opinion, is to put money on both. Take a look at past history and injuries beforehand so that you have an accurate view of things.

There is nothing that you can do to guarantee that every single stake you place will pay off in the end. Just do your research and remain hopeful, and I'm sure that you'll see some profit.