(NHL , NCAA)
NHL Hockey Rules
1. For betting purposes, a hockey game (prop or college) becomes official after fifty-five (55) minutes of play.
2. Games lasting under official time constitute "NO ACTION" or "PUSH/CANCEL" and all the money is refunded.
3. NHL COMPLETE game wagering only. The game must play to completion. For grading purposes, all goals scored during regulation and overtime are counted, plus one goal for the winner of a shootout, if it occurs.
4. For "period" bets, the full 20 minutes of the period must be played to have action.
Propositions bets are additional betting opportunities offered on the game. They can cover a wide range of results and occurrences within the game e.g. team to score first, total shots on goal, total game saves, time of first score etc.
Game must go at least 55 minutes for the following betting markets to have action, unless a team has already scored at the time the game is suspended. Overtime is included:
Regular season points/match-ups- team must complete at least 80 regular season games for bets to have action.
Outright betting - Prices are offered on teams or players to be the outright winners of a given tournament or competition. For example the Stanley Cup is the outright tournament in NHL. Prices are offered for each team participating.
Conference/division betting - Teams participating in an outright tournament may be grouped in conferences and/or divisions. For example NHL is grouped into 2 conferences (Eastern and Western), each containing 3 divisions. Prices are offered for each participating team to win their respective division and conference.
To win Division - team must complete at least 80 regular season games for bets to have action. (Ties are no action)
To win Conference- team must complete at least 80 regular season games for bets to have action. The team that progresses to the Stanley Cup will be deemed the winner of the Conference.
Straight hockey bets(side): When wagering on CHICAGO, Chicago must win the game for you to win your wager. When wagering on LOS ANGELES, Los Angeles must win to win the bet. If the game goes to a shootout, the winning team of the shootout will have an extra goal added to their total.
FOR EXAMPLE: Using the teams above, should the game be tied 2-2 at the end of regulation, and then at the end of Overtime, the game will go to a shootout. If Los Angeles wins the shootout, the final score is 3-2, Los Angeles is the winner.