The pace and constant evolution of the NHL makes it difficult to find consistency in most teams. On one hand, some teams have remarkable seasons only to flounder the next while on the other hand, lottery teams quickly become contenders. Banking on overnight success stories is a difficult task but it can be done. Using criteria that mixes a team’s future outlook, collection of talent, competency of management and betting popularity, we compiled a list of the ten best NHL teams to bet on in the next few years.
Ten “Money Moner” NHL Teams
2016/17 NHL Betting Lines
Narrowing the list down to ten was difficult given how many teams come from nowhere to take the hockey world by storm. One team that will look to continue their success will be the Dallas Stars who won 50 games for the first time in a decade. Other teams with intriguing surprise potential are the Calgary Flames and Montreal Canadiens. The Flames have a young core that is still growing while the “Habs” have the league’s best goaltender and shook up their roster by swapping P.K. Subban for Shea Weber. Any of these teams could make the prospective gambler some money.
Following the NHL is as easy as reviewing the bookmakers betting options on our site. They offer the best prices and an abundance of betting options so even the most hardcore NHL fans will get their fix. With a season that spans from October to May, there are plenty of chances to get in on the action as new teams will emerge while established powerhouses continue to chase Stanley Cup glory. Sign up with the sportsbooks now to avail of their signup bonuses.
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