NHL Playoffs 2016: Bookies Need to Beware of These Teams

Written by:
Matt Skinner
Published on:
Apr/22/2016

The NHL playoffs 2016 are underway, and that means online bookies need to be in the know about who to watch and who to beware.

Many believe this is the toughest championship to win of the major sports, but you’ll see pay per head profits and balance in your book if you understand the game and have the right bookie software.

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Right now they’re even giving away the first three weeks for free before May 2016.

2016 NHL playoffs: Teams to Fear

The 16 teams vying to hoist the Stanley Cup must get through a grueling series of games with incredibly high intensity.

Also, many times the highest seeded team is not left standing at the end which makes for unpredictability and the distinct possibility of legitimate long shot bets that can pan out for the bettor.

Watch out for these 5 NHL PLayoff teams and any bets on them that might put a huge dent in your book:

Chicago Blackhawks

The defending NHL champs were a popular bet early on as soon as the sportsbooks opened their 2015-16 NHL futures. Not only that, but the Blackhawks like many Chicago teams always bring in a lot of bets and are a popular choice regularly.

The good news is that the team has struggled a bit down the stretch and enters the playoffs as the No. 6 seed.

Pittsburgh Penguins

The Penguins were also a popular betting choice with a roster filled with stars led by Sidney Crosby. After a slow start their odds jumped to as much as 30/1 around Christmas which drew in additional long shot bettors.

However, down the stretch the team has been hot with wins in 18 of it’s final 23 games and enters as the third seed in the East.

Los Angeles Kings

The Kings are a good team with playoff potential but the real reason they drew bettor interest was their underdog status.

Odds were usually at 8/1 to 10/1 through the majority of the season and they are also a popular choice for bettors in Las Vegas due to the proximity.

San Jose Sharks

The Sharks strike fear due to the initial long odds on the team for the season. With the 5th seed secured in the West there is concern that the Sharks may make a run and there has been a lot of action on them since the playoff teams were set.

Anaheim Ducks

Another California theme here. But the Ducks drew a lot of betting interest as their odds grew as high as 30/1 around the New Year. With Anaheim entering the playoffs as the No. 2 seed in the West they are a team to be feared.

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