NHL Stanley Cup Future Betting: Penguins Win The Season?

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Nov/10/2016

History is against the Penguins repeating as Stanley Cup Champions this season.

Online bookies need this knowledge to manage their businesses effectively.

Listed below are reasons why the Pens aren’t likely repeat along with PayPerHead tools that per head agents can use to manage Stanley Cup Future betting.

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Why the Pens Won’t Repeat

NHL Teams rarely repeat as Stanley Cup winners – The last time that a team repeated as a Stanley Cup winner was in 1997 and 1998. That’s 20 years ago.

The Detroit Red Wings won the Stanley Cup in 1997. They repeated the feat in 1998. Repeating as a Stanley Cup winner just doesn’t happen that often.

Stanley Cup hangovers are real things – Winning the Stanley Cup is such a fantastic feat that teams that do often end up having a Cup hangover the next season.

This happened to the Los Angeles Kings in 2013 after winning in 2012.

This happened to the Chicago Blackhawks in 2014 after winning the Cup in 2013.

The Kings failed to win the Cup in 2015 after winning it in 2014.

Could the Pens be the team that doesn’t suffer from the hangover? Maybe, but not likely.

PayPerHead Tools The Stanley Cup

The current odds on the Pens to win the Stanley Cup are at +850.

Three teams are ahead of the Pittsburgh in Stanley Cup future books:

      Montreal Canadiens +800

      Chicago Blackhawks +800

      The New York Rangers +750.

 

Use Mass Editing Tool to set limits for all players

The Mass Editing Tool, found on PayPerHead.com, allows agents to set betting limits for all their players at once.

Although it’s unlikely that Pittsburgh will repeat as Stanley Cup Champions, it’s not out of the question.

It makes sense to prevent taking a huge hit by setting a max betting limit for all players on all Stanley Cup future props.

Player Activity Reports

Online bookies should know who their big time future players are.

This is particularly important because as the odds stand, some future Stanley Cup prop players might try to take advantage.

It doesn’t take a math whiz to understand that splitting the difference between a +850 prop and a +1000 prop, like what the Tampa Bay Lightning are at in the futures, can be done relatively easily.

Using player activity reports like those found on PayPerHead gives agents information that can be use to manage risk on future proposition wagers.

Agents can currently get these premium tools on PayPerHead for only $6.50 per head.

Learn more about this deal and see all tools premium software agents get by clicking here.

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