Expert NHL Picks and Predictions

Betting on hockey presents a great opportunity to make some profits, so be sure to checkout our NHL expert picks and let us assist you in beating your book during the 2021-22 pro hockey season. VegasInsider features the top rated handicappers in the industry offering today's NHL best bets. Need more convincing? Read more about Why Buy Our Picks.

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Before buying one of our expert handicapper pick packages, get to know them through our current and historical records. For each pick we show the date and time it was posted, the line and line source plus the win/loss result. Purchased picks are viewed in your My Insider page and can be posted up until one hour before game time, so check back throughout the day.


Our NHL expert handicappers offer Daily and Insured pick packages. Each handicapper is sold separately and the number of picks varies for one to another. Some of the experts are very selective, only posting one pick per day which caters to the low volume bettors who manage their bankroll very carefully. There are also a handful of high volume experts who will post double digit picks per day providing value in terms of cost per pick. We require all experts to submit a minimum of 50-word analysis with each of their expert picks. Packages may contain any combination of money lines, puck lines and totals. By clicking on a handicapper above you can view the matchups that are available in their pick package.


In hockey, a moneyline takes the place of a point spread. When it comes to moneyline betting, you just need the team you select to win the game straight up, regardless of the margin. In moneyline wagering, you always have a favorite and an underdog. The minus sign (Ex. Penguins -120) indicates the favorite and the amount you must wager to win $100. In the above example, bettors would stake $120 to win $100 on the Penguins. The plus sign (Ex. Red Wings +100) indicates the underdog and the amount you will win for every $100 wager. In this case, bettors would place $100 on the Red Wings to win $100.


The Puck Line is a combination of a moneyline and point spread wager. The Puck Line is usually plus or minus 1 ½ goals. You either wager on a team to win by two or more goals or you bet on a team to either win outright or lose by just one goal. Since bettors are at a disadvantage by taking the favorite, oddsmakers install a positive return. In the above example, the Penguins are - 1 ½ (+200) and the Red Wings are +1 ½ (-240). If you wager $100 on the Penguins, you would earn $200 if they won the game by two or more goals. If they lost the game outright or won by exactly one goal, you would lose your $100 wager. If you bet $100 on the Red Wings, you would have to put up $240. This wager will win if Pittsburgh wins outright or if they lose by exactly one goal.


The "O/U", also known as Over/Under or Total, is the number of combined goals that the oddsmakers expect to be scored in the matchup. Bettors can either wager Over or Under on the goals listed. In the above example, 5 ½ goals, bettors taking the Over would win if the Penguins and Red Wings score 6 or more goals in the game. Bettors taking the Under would win if the two teams combine for five goals or less. Oddsmakers often associate a money line with "O/U" lines, which means bettors would have to lay extra money in some cases. Ex. Over 5 ½ (-120) -- Bettors would wager $120 to win $100.