Moneyline – Moneyline bets are the most common type of NHL wager, and involve simply placing a bet on the winner of a particular game.
Puckline – Puckline bets are similar to point spread bets in other sports, with the bettor having to choose which team will win by more than a predetermined number of goals.
Totals (Over/Under) – Totals (also known as Over/Under) bets involve predicting whether the total number of goals scored by both teams combined will be over or under a pre-set figure.
Futures – Futures betting is a type of wager that allows bettors to make predictions regarding the outcome of an entire season or of a specific event. For example, you can predict which teams will make it to the Stanley Cup Final and who will win it all in the end.
Props – Predicting the outcome of events that are not directly related to the game result, such as how many goals will be scored in a particular period or who will score the first goal.
Live betting – Live betting allows you to place wagers in real time throughout the game
Outright winner – This type of bet involves predicting which team will win the Stanley Cup before the season starts. Bettors can also place bets on individual teams to win their respective divisions or conferences.
Period betting – Period betting is when you place a wager on the outcome of a single period in an NHL game. This type of wager can be used to predict the winner after a single period, or it can be used to bet on who will score the most goals in that period.
First goalscorer – Bet on who whill score the first goal.