NHL odds can vary pretty drastically from one book to the next. We've listed the odds from the top ranking, most trustworthy sites in the industry so that you can compare the odds and shop for the best possible line before you make a wager. Gaining just a few points of juice here or there on an NHL money line adds up quick over time, ultimately making it easier for you to turn a profit. Find out which books are consistently giving the best lines for favorites or underdogs (each book tends to favor one or the other) and get set up with accounts at both, this way you will consistently get better lines than you would simply holding one account.
NHL Odds Legend
# (Rotation Number)
Rotation numbers were created as a quick way for bettors to identify teams to bet on in a casino sportsbook. Using numbers instead of team names simply makes it easier for the attendant at the sportsbook window to find the team you want to bet on and get your wager placed. While this doesn't have as much application in the world of online betting, it does make for a universal way to sort the games and if you need to call in a wager, you just might need to know the rotation number.
Game start time. All times are Eastern.
When the first book posts a line on the game, we record it as the Opener so that you can see where the line has moved from that opening moment.
If a game is in progress, the current score is listed here.
Have you ever wondered which team the public is betting on? This number gives you the percentage of bets taken on a given money line, puck line, or total.
Our SC Odds are provided simply so you can see the average of the odds that are currently posted.
Under each sportsbook's logo you'll find their odds for each matchup. Click on any odds to see the game's line adjustment history at that book.
Odds Type Filter
NHL odds are listed as money lines and totals by default, those being the most popular hockey bets. Using the odds type drop-down you can filter by individual wager types like total, money line or spread (puck line), or you can view the puck line and totals together, whatever you prefer.