NHL Playoff Betting: Stanley Cup Futures For Online Bookies

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Apr/17/2017

The NHL Playoffs start this Wednesday, April 12. Pay per head agents should see below on how they can handle Stanley Cup futures betting.

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Chicago Blackhawks +400

Washington Capitals   +450

Pittsburgh Penguins    +800

Minnesota Wild           +800

Of the 4 teams listed above, online bookie agents should get the most action from bets on Chicago and Washington. The Blackhawks started out the NHL Season as the +600, 6 to 1, chalk.

Chicago wasn’t great in the first couple months of the season. But, since the all-star break, the Blackhawks have been money in the Western Conference.

Those players, casual or pro, emboldened by Chicago’s recent play, are most likely going to push their NHL pre-season bets on the Blackhawks to hoist the Stanley Cup.

Chicago won the Stanley Cup in 2010, 2013, and 2015. Many feel that they’re due to win in 2017.

Washington goes into the NHL Playoffs on fire. The Capitals have won 11 out of their last 14 games.

The Caps finished the regular season by winning 10 of their last 12 games. Washington should get a lot of love.

Pittsburgh, the defending Stanley Cup Champions, will have their fans. Online bookie agents shouldn’t be surprised if Penguin bettors jump all over Pitt at 8 to 1.

The problem with betting on Pittsburgh is that no team has won back-to-back Stanley Cups since the Detroit Red Wings in 1997 and 1998.

What per head agents must realize about the Minnesota Wild is that they’re not a very popular team.

What it means is that since the Wild are at 8 to 1 like Pittsburgh, word must be that Minnesota could win the Stanley Cup this season.

Agents must check player activity reports if they want to know how much action the Wild should generate to hoist Lord Stanley’s Cup.

Minnesota is a good NHL Team. But, a lot of Stanley Cup Futures players aren’t going to back Minnesota unless they know something about the team. Familiarity often leads to action.

Set Max Betting Limits on Stanley Cup Futures

No team, not even Chicago, is a true favorite to win the Stanley Cup in 2017.

If you compare the odds on the Blackhawks, 4 to 1, to the odds on Golden State in the NBA, 5 to 11, it’s obvious that parity reigns in the NHL Playoffs.

Every team in the NHL Playoffs is going off at overlay odds because every team has a shot to win the Stanley Cup.

That makes it important for online bookie agents to use the mass editing tool to set up max betting limits on all Stanley Cup futures.

Online bookies who don’t have the right risk management tools  are going to miss out on serious cash this during the Stanley Cup playoffs.

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